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Nebraska Highway 32
Length: 100.93 mi[1] (162.43 km)
Formed: 1925[2]
West end: N-14.svg NE 14 in Petersburg
US 81.svg US 81 east of Madison
US 275.svg US 275 in West Point
US 77.svg US 77 in Oakland
East end: US 75.svg US 75 at Tekamah
Counties: Boone, Madison, Stanton, Cuming, Burt
Major cities: Petersburg, Madison, West Point, Tekamah
Nebraska Highways
< N-31 N-33 >

Nebraska Highway 32 is a highway in Nebraska. It runs for 101 miles (163 km) through east central and eastern Nebraska. Its western terminus is at Nebraska Highway 14 in Petersburg. Its eastern terminus is at U.S. Highway 75 in Tekamah.

Route description

Nebraska Highway 32 begins in Petersburg at Nebraska Highway 14. It goes east from there and at the border separating Boone County and Madison County, it meets Nebraska Highway 45. They overlap for 5 miles (8.0 km), then NE 32 turns east near Newman Grove. It turns east, meets Nebraska Highway 121, then enters Madison. At the east end of Madison, NE 32 meets U.S. Highway 81. It continues east to West Point, Nebraska, meeting Nebraska Highway 57 and Nebraska Highway 15 between Madison and West Point. At West Point, NE 32 meets U.S. Highway 275 and they overlap in West Point. After separating from US 275, NE 32 turns east again and meets U.S. Highway 77 near Oakland. It continues east again and ends in Tekamah at U.S. Highway 75


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