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

This page last updated January 01, 2010

I-35 double-decked freeway map Below are pictures from the roadside and overpasses along the double-decked and elevated sections of I-35 South, roughly proceeding north from Laredo St. to W Houston St.  The double-deck was built in the late '80s.  The elevated section was built in the late '80s as part of the same project and replaced the original elevated structure.  The lower level from Guadalupe St. to Nogalitos St. was the second freeway built in San Antonio.  I-10 also runs concurrent with I-35 along this section.

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

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


Looking south from just south of Laredo St.
This short double-deck starts here.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north from just south of Laredo St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north along the access road north of Laredo St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking further north along the access road north of Laredo St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south from S. Alamo St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north from S. Alamo St.
The double-deck ends here.
(August 2005)

 

The southbound I-35 entrance from S. Alamo St./Frio St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south along S. Pecos St. just north of Guadalupe St.
This is where the at-grade elevated section of I-35 begins.  The ramp in the background is the exit for S. Alamo St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north along S. Pecos St. just north of Guadalupe St.
S. Pecos St. serves as a southbound access road.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south along S. Pecos St. just south of Cesar Chavez Blvd.
(August 2005)

 

Looking north along S. Pecos St. just south of Cesar Chavez Blvd.
The ramp here is for Cesar Chavez Blvd. and Frio St. from southbound I-35/I-10.
(August 2005)

 

Looking south along S. Pecos St. just at W. Houston St.
There is parking under the entire elevated section.
(July 2005)

 

Looking south along I-35 from W Houston St.
(August 2005)

 

Looking at I-35 from above the exit to I-10 West
This is actually just 50 yards or so north of the previous picture.
(August 2005)





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