Interstate 69 is a Interstate highway under construction across the United States. It is planned to be extended from its current southern end in Indianapolis to the Mexican border in Texas. If completed, the highway will enter Texas southwest of Shreveport, Louisiana. From there, it will pass through Nacogdoches and Lufkin, en route to Houston. It will pass through the Houston metro, then proceed to Victoria. In Victoria, it will split apart into two branches, I-69W and I-69E. I-69W will end at the Mexican border in Laredo, while I-69E is projected to end in Brownsville. A third branch, I-69C, will run parallel to I-69E. While portions of both the mainline highway and all three branches already bear I-69 signage, the vast majority of the route has yet to be built.
We’ve made a replica of the Texas Interstate 69 sign that would have been posted had it been part of the original Interstate System. Our sign is made to the exact 1957 federal standards that were in use until 1970, decades before I-69 was conceived. The result is an aesthetically-pleasing cross between the modern era and the golden age of American automobilia. It’s a callback to the days when hundreds of miles of Interstate highway were built in a year, rather than the sluggish pace of progress I-69 faces in the modern day.
Our Texas Interstate 69 sign is flat printed on heavy 14-gauge steel, right here in the United States. It is a glossy, non-reflective sign, which will look great for years both indoors and outdoors. Choose the size that works best for you, from the scaled-down 12-inch-square version all the way up to the Texas-sized 36-inch-square version. We’ve included two pre-drilled holes for easy mounting. (Looking for a sign for another Interstate highway, either in Texas or elsewhere? Or perhaps a state or US route marker? We can replicate just about any highway sign, from anywhere in the world! Contact Jake today to get started on your custom order.)