Iowa Highway 149

Northern terminus at I-80 in Williamsburg

Highway which runs from south to north in Iowa.

- Iowa Highway 149

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Ottumwa, Iowa

City in and the county seat of Wapello County, Iowa, United States.

Map of Ottumwa from 1908, showing the railroads and coal mines (red) of the region
East 300 block of Main Street, 1900
Wapello County Courthouse
View of Amtrak passenger rail station and platform.
Detail view of Amtrak passenger rail station.
Tom Arnold
Walter Day and his Business Partner from the early 1980s. Photo was taken in Fairfield Iowa, 2014

Currently, U.S. Route 34 and Iowa Highway 149 serve the town, replacing a former segment of U.S. Highway 63.

Iowa Highway 21

State highway that runs from north to south in central Iowa.

A concrete Lincoln Highway route marker as seen at the Smithsonian National Museum. Few of these markers still exist along the route.

It has a length of 97 mi. Iowa 21 begins at Iowa 149 west of Hedrick and ends at a freeway interchange with U.S. Highway 20 (US 20) in Waterloo.

Iowa County, Iowa

County located in the U.S. state of Iowa.

Population of Iowa County from US census data
2000 Census age pyramid for Iowa County

Elongated circle 149.svg Iowa Highway 149

Iowa Highway 22

98 mi west–east state highway that traverses primarily rural areas in east-central Iowa.

Iowa 22 at its eastern terminus, US 61 Business in Davenport

Between Webster and South English, Iowa 22 is overlapped with Iowa Highway 149.

U.S. Route 151

United States Numbered Highway that runs through the states of Iowa and Wisconsin.

US 45 exit ramp in Fond du Lac in 2006. The ramp has since been replaced by a roundabout interchange.
The northeast terminus at US 10 in Manitowoc
US 151, approximately 8 mi south of Dubuque, Iowa; a scene from the movie Field of Dreams was filmed on this particular segment of the highway.
The Dubuque-Wisconsin Bridge, Dubuque, Iowa. The bridge crosses the Mississippi River between Dubuque and Grant County, Wisconsin. The bridge is part of the US 61 / US 151 route.

This extension followed the old route of Iowa 149.

U.S. Route 63 in Iowa

United States Highway that runs through the eastern third of Iowa.

US 63 in Montezuma
Downtown Chester near the Minnesota state line
Iowa US 63 shield
A map of Iowa's U.S. Highways as laid out in 1926
The Jefferson Street bridge while under construction in 1935
Aerial view of New Hampton showing how US 63 bypasses the town

At the Iowa 149 interchange, the US 63 business route rejoins the mainline highway.

Interstate 80 in Iowa

Transcontinental Interstate Highway in the United States, stretching from San Francisco, California, to Teaneck, New Jersey.

I-80 rolling through western Iowa
I-35 / I-80 approaching the Des Moines River during flooding in 2008
A typical roadside view from I-80
A farm implement manufacturer advertises its business along I-80.
I-80 passes the Iowa 80 truck stop near Walcott.
The eastbound rest area facility near Adair

A few miles east, in Williamsburg, is the northern end of Iowa 149.

Iowa Highway 78

59 mi state highway which runs from east to west in southeastern Iowa.

Western terminus
Iowa 1 and Iowa 78 west of Brighton
Iowa 78 through Olds.

The route begins east of Martinsburg at Iowa Highway 149, and ends at U.S. Highway 61 east of Morning Sun.

Iowa Highway 92

State highway that runs from east to west across the state of Iowa.

Iowa 92 east of Greenfield
Iowa 92 eastbound in Columbus Junction, approaching an intersection with Iowa 70.
Mississippi River flooded Riverside Park in Muscatine in mid-2013.

The roadway follows a straight line east through Sigourney, where it is briefly overlapped by Iowa 149, and West Chester.

Iowa Highway 23

16 mi state highway in the southeastern part of the state.

A concrete Lincoln Highway route marker as seen at the Smithsonian National Museum. Few of these markers still exist along the route.

Its designation begins at Iowa 149 north of Ottumwa and ends at Iowa 92 in Oskaloosa.