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South Veterans Parkway will be a six-lane roadway that, when connected to the existing northern segment of Veterans Parkway, will serve as a regional arterial route around southeast Sioux Falls. This project is the final stage in connecting Interstate 29 with Interstate 90 and will allow for increased traffic flow and improved connectivity across the corridor to help meet future transportation needs, along with stimulating regional economic growth. The route will have a raised median separating two-way traffic traveling at 55 miles per hour and signalized intersections at approximately every mile. A shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists will be constructed along the south and east side of the roadway and will feature crossing options along the route.

South Veterans Parkway will connect I-29 to the previously completed Veterans Parkway, which is just north of 57th Street.

The first road segment from Western Avenue to Cliff Avenue is anticipated to break ground in spring 2023. The three additional segments for South Veterans Parkway will be constructed over the following years until the corridor is completed in 2027. Design for the other three segments will also be underway. Learn more in Project Segments.

This project is funded in partnership between the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT), City of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization, and Federal Highway Administration. The project will cost approximately $210 million.

Updates on potential impacts will be shared via social media, email, and this website, when available. Comments and questions can be emailed or submitted through our comment form.