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San Antonio Area Freeway System
Interstate 10 West Roadside Photos

This page last updated February 22, 2010

I-10 West highlight map Below are pictures from the roadside and overpasses along I-10 West from Fresno Ave. to just outside of Loop 1604.  The map below shows the locations of available photos.  The letters are clickable.  There may be more than one picture from each location.  For locations south of location "A", see the I-10 double decked photos page.

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


Picture locations


A
From the pedestrian overpass just north of Fresno looking south
This section was widened to ten lanes in 2009.
(January 2010)

 

A
From the pedestrian overpass just north of Fresno looking north
(January 2010)

 

A
From the eastern end of the pedestrian overpass just north of Fresno looking south
(January 2010)

 

B
From the Callaghan overpass looking south
The Loop 410 interchange is in the background.
(July 2005)

 

B
From the Callaghan overpass looking north
(July 2005)

 

C
From the Medical overpass looking south
The extra-wide shoulder on the right side will be converted into a travel lane when the Loop 410 interchange is done.
(July 2005)

 

C
From the Medical overpass looking north
Note the access road on the left.  This is actually a bypass road.  Traffic wishing to enter I-10 or continue south to Callaghan passes under Medical, while traffic wanting to go to Medical travels up the ramp at the far left.  A similar arrangement is also on the right, but the bypass road is on the outside of the interchange.
(July 2005)

 

D
From the Ramsgate overpass looking south
(July 2005)

 

D
From the Ramsgate overpass looking north
(July 2005)

 

E
From the UTSA overpass looking south
(July 2005)

 

E
From the UTSA overpass looking north
(July 2005)

 

F
From the eastbound access road between La Cantera and Loop 1604, looking south
(July 2005)

 

G
From the entrance ramp near La Cantera looking south
(July 2005)

 

G
From the entrance ramp near La Cantera looking north
This is from the top of a braided ramp.
(July 2005)

 

H
The eastbound entrance ramp from La Cantera
The black sign is an entrance ramp Dynamic Message Sign.
(July 2005)

 

I
Nice landscaping work at the La Cantera underpass
(July 2005)





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