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I-229.svg
Interstate 229
Auxiliary route of the Interstate Highway System
Maintained by South Dakota DOT
Length: 11.33 mi[1] (18.23 km)
Formed: 1966
South end: I-29 in Sioux Falls
North end: I-90 / South 476th Avenue in Sioux Falls
South Dakota numbered highways
< SD 224 SD 230 >

Interstate 229 (I-229) in South Dakota runs approximately ten miles (16 km) mostly within the city limits of Sioux Falls, the largest city in the state. It runs from Interstate 29 (in southwest Sioux Falls) to Interstate 90 (in northeast Sioux Falls). In between, the interstate travels through parts of southern and eastern Sioux Falls.

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Route description

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Codified law

Legally, the route of I-229 is defined at South Dakota Codified Laws § 31-4-210.[2]

Exit list

County Location Mile[3] # Destinations Notes
Lincoln Sioux Falls 0.00 1 I-29 Southbound exit and northbound entrance; signed as exits 1A (south) and 1B (north)
0.07 1C Louise Avenue
Minnehaha 2.07 2 Western Avenue
3.10 3 SD 115.svg Minnesota Avenue (SD 115) Exit leads to the former incorporated community of South Sioux Falls townsite area (to the north) Business Interstate 229's southern terminus
4.14 4 Cliff Avenue
5.31 5 26th Street
6.66 6 SD 42.svg 10th Street (SD 42) Business Interstate 229's northern terminus
7.82 7 Rice Street – Brandon
9.45 9 Benson Road
10.80 10 I-90 Northbound exit and southbound entrance; signed as exits 10A (west) and 10B (east)
10.80 South 476th Avenue Northbound exit only

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