Last piece of the puzzle: Work on I-80 stretch near Waverly wraps up
From left: Omaha mayor Jean Stothert, Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman, Lincoln City Councilman Carl Eskridge and state Department of Roads Director Randy Peters cut the ribbon on the new westbound Interstate 80 lanes near Waverly on Thursday.
Posted: Thursday, November 7, 2013 12:00 am
WAVERLY, Neb. — The newest six-lane stretch of Interstate 80 is just a few miles long, stretching from the Waverly interchange to 56th Street in Lincoln. But its economic impact will be far reaching.
Gov. Dave Heineman said the lanes on Nebraska's most heavily traveled roadway will prove their worth to the entire state.
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Thursday, November 7, 2013 12:00 am.