Nebraska Department of Roads

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State of Nebraska Department of Roads
Main Office
P.O. Box 94759, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4759
1500 Highway 2, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Tel (402) 471-4567    Fax (402) 479-4325
TDD (402) 479-3834


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