Interstate 199 was a highway in Sander City, known as the Sander City Western Beltway. It was constructed in 1973, and finished in 1978. The eastern half of the beltway wasn't able to be built because of the ocean to the east of the city. As of October 27, 2018, it has been replaced mostly by U.S. Route 13.
Major Intersections Edit
This entire highway is in Sander City.
|0||0||--||Interstate 99, SR 1 & SR 2
- Downtown Sander,
|South terminus of I-199|
|0.6||0.96||1||SR 103 (Broadway)
|1.2-1.4||1.93-2.25||2||SR 710 (Mecklenburg Turnpike) & Morseville Turnpike||According to Northbound:
-Exit 2A to Morseville Turnpike
-Exit 2B to Mecklenburg Turnpike
- Franzburg, ABRio Island
|Converted to Diamond Interchange|
|2.85||4.587||--||Interstate 99||North Terminus of I-199|
Interstate 199 was proposed on the Southwest Freeway from interstate 99 heading southwest to Read's Corner.