Nebraska Highway 43
|Maintained by NDOR|
|Length:||30.22 mi (48.63 km)|
|South end:||N-41 northeast of Adams|
|N-2 concurrent between Bennet and Palmyra|
|North end:||US 34 in Eagle|
|Counties:||Gage, Lancaster, Otoe, Cass|
Nebraska Highway 43 (N-43) is a highway in southeastern Nebraska. It runs for a length of 30 miles (48 km) in a south-to-north direction. Its southern terminus is near Adams at an intersection with N-41. Its northern terminus is at an intersection with U.S. Highway 34 (US 34) in Eagle.
Nebraska Highway 43 begins near Adams at an intersection with N-41. The highway heads due north into farmland until Bennet. Shortly after Bennet, the highway meets N-2. N-2 and N-43 overlap until Palmyra, which is where N-43 turns north. N-43 goes north for four miles (6 km), west for one, and then north for three more miles, where it meets US 34 in Eagle and ends.
|Lancaster||Panama||9.01||14.50||S-55D west (Panama Road)|
|17.14||27.58||N-2 west (Rokeby Road)||Interchange, southern end of N-2 overlap|
|Otoe||Palmyra||22.40||36.05||N-2 east||Northern end of N-2 overlap|
|Cass||Eagle||30.22||48.63||US 34 (East O Street)|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Bing