Your Piece of the Open Road
The Nebraska Lincoln Highway Historic Byway Association is a grassroots organization that brings together businesses, government tourism entities, and individuals along Highway 30 in Nebraska to work together and promote this stretch of road to tourists.
As an organization, we strive to promote and develop travel and tourism along the Highway 30 corridor by preserving and sharing the intrinsic qualities of the highway and enhancing the economic prosperity of communities.
- To increase the region’s current share of the domestic travel market.
- To enhance, improve, and expand our designated byway as a tourism product.
- To create a presence with national and international tourism.
- To promote the historic significance of our designated byway.
The association is divided into three sections along the Lincoln Highway, each with regional leaders, to allow members to become more active in their areas.
The western region consisting of Kimball, Cheyenne, Deuel, Keith, and Lincoln Counties-includes everyone from the Nebraska/Wyoming border to Brady.
The central region consisting of Dawson, Buffalo, and Hall Counties-includes those from Gothenburg to Grand Island.
The eastern region consisting of Merrick, Polk, Platte, Colfax, Dodge, and Douglas Counties-encompasses everyone from Chapman to the Nebraska/Iowa border.
Click here to download a Membership form to become a member of the Nebraska Lincoln Highway Historic Byway and support our education, marketing and preservation efforts.