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San Antonio Area Freeway System
I-35 North Double-Deck Roadside View Photos

This page last updated January 01, 2010

I35 double-decked freeway map Below are pictures from the roadside and overpasses along the double-decked section of I-35 North, roughly proceeding north from Main St. north to St. Mary's St.  This freeway was double-decked in the late '80s.  The lower level is essentially the same freeway built in the early '50s, minus a few ramps.

Click here to return to the double-decked freeway photo galleries page.

Click here to return to the I-35 North photo galleries page.


Looking south from Main St.
The double-deck ends at the "Downtown Y" interchange in the far end of this view.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north from Main St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south under the northbound upper level from Main St.
There is no access road or city street under the northbound side.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south along Elmira St. approaching Main St.
Elmira St. functions as an access road along the southbound side.
(August 2005)

 

Looking at the entrance ramp to northbound I-35 from Quincy St. north of Main St.
Quincy St. serves as an access road for the northbound side, although it is about one block east of the freeway.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south over I-35 from N. Main St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north over I-35 from N. Main St.
(August 2005)

 

 

Looking south from Brooklyn Ave.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north from Brooklyn Ave.
The double-deck ends in the background and the freeway turns eastward.
(August 2005)

 

Entrance ramp to I-35 southbound at McCullough Ave.
(August 2005)

 

On divider between Elmira St. and ramp from northbound I-35 at Brooklyn Ave.
The ramp meets Elmira St. right at the Brooklyn intersection, so there's
special signal sequencing with separate greens for the ramp and Elmira.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north along Elmira St. just north of Brooklyn Ave.
This is essentially where the double-deck begins.  You can see the lower level descending between the upper level ramps.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south along Elmira St. from just south of St. Mary's St.
This is looking toward the location of the picture above this one about three blocks up Elmira.
(August 2005)





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