Interstates 78, 79, 80 and their Signed Branch Routes

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H1-8 10-15 16-29 30-39 40-45 49-64 65-69 70-74
75-77 78-80 81-84 85-88 89-90 91-94 95 96-99

Interstate South/West Terminus North/East Terminus
78 near Lickdale, PA Manhattan, NY
278 NJ/NY Linden, NJ Bronx, NY
678 NY Queens/John F. Kennedy International Airport Bronx
79 Charleston, WV Erie, PA
279 PA Carnegie Franklin Park
579 PA downtown Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
80 San Francisco, CA Ridgefield Park, NJ
180 IL Hennepin Princeton
180 NE Lincoln downtown Lincoln
180 PA Milton Williamsport
180 WY Cheyenne Downtown Cheyenne
280 CA San Jose San Francisco
280 IL/IA Davenport, IA Moline, IL
280 NJ near Lake Hiawatha Kearny
280 OH near Stony Ridge/Lemoyne Toledo
380 CA San Bruno near San Francisco International Airport
380 IA near Iowa City Waterloo
380 PA near Pocono Summit Dunmore
480 IA/NE Omaha, NE Council Bluffs, IA
480 OH North Ridgeville Streetsboro
580 CA San Rafael Tracy
580 NV Carson City Reno
680 CA San Jose Fairfield
680 IA/NE near Omaha, NE northeast of Council Bluffs, IA
680 OH near Youngstown near Youngstown
780 CA Vallejo Benicia
880 CA San Jose Oakland
980 CA near Alameda downtown Oakland



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Traversing Bonneville Salt Flats along Interstate 80 east through the Great Salt Lake Desert in Utah. Photo taken 08/05/13.
I-80 bee lines across the Bonneville Salt Falts from near Bonnesville Speedway to Knolls. Speed limits along the westernmost 99 miles of Interstate 80 in Utah were increased to 80 miles per hour in fall 2013. The increase was a part of 289-mile addition to previously posted 80 MPH zones across the state along I-15.
Approaching Interstate 78 along the Garden State Parkway northbound at Union, New Jersey. Photo taken 10/05/14.
$150-million in road work took place at the cross roads of Interstate 78 and the Garden State Parkway between April 2008 and September 2011. Work added two new flyovers to complete full movement between the two busy freeways.