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[i] Information SAN ANTONIO FREEWAY HISTORY
Read my essay on San Antonio's freeway history for the Express-News' Tricentennial series here. The full history of the freeway system is available on this site here.

San Antonio Area Freeway System
Beckmann Interchange Roadside Photos

This page last updated February 22, 2010

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I-10/Loop 1604 interchange highlight map Below are roadside pictures of the I-10 West/Loop 1604 interchange.  This interchange was built in the mid '80s and is a mostly-elevated cloverleaf with collector/distributor roads.  The access roads for I-10 and Loop 1604 run under the interchange ramps and meet at four at-grade intersections.  Also under the interchange is a park and ride lot for VIA Metropolitan Transit and a storage yard for TxDOT.

This interchange has an unusual yield sign arrangement; click here for more information.

Click here to return to the I-10 West media gallery page.


Looking at the interchange from the northwest corner
(July 2005)

 

Looking at the ramps in the northwest quadrant of the interchange
The road in the foreground is an access road.  The ramp to Loop 1604 westbound is just above it.  The ramp from Loop 1604 westbound to I-10 eastbound (inbound) is behind that.
(July 2005)

 

Still in the northwest corner, looking beneath the interchange
The I-10 and Loop 1604 access roads cross under the interchange.  You can also see the TxDOT storage lot (piles of dirt).
(July 2005)

 

The split for the ramp from westbound 1604 to westbound (outbound) I-10
(July 2005)

 

From beneath the cloverleaf ramp in the northeast quadrant, looking back at the center of the interchange
Loop 1604 is on top, I-10 is in the middle.  Under this half of the interchange is a VIA Park and Ride.
(July 2005)

 

The convergence of the ramp from westbound (outbound) I-10 to westbound 1604
(July 2005)

 

Beneath the 1604 eastbound mainlanes at the western edge of the interchange
This end of the interchange has a parking lot for "official vehicles only".
(July 2005)

 

Beneath the 1604 centerline at the western edge of the interchange looking toward I-10
(July 2005)

 

Looking at the northwestern quadrant of the interchange
(July 2005)

 

Looking at the southwestern quadrant of the interchange
(July 2005)





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