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  • I-80 New Jersey:
    The portion of 80 that goes through New Jersey is sometimes called the Bergen-Passaic Expressway. I-80 does not go all the way to New York City via th...
  • I-80 Pennsylvania:
    In the state of Pennsylvania, I-80 is the main east-west Interstate-standard highway through central Pennsylvania. It runs from the Ohio state line ne...
  • I-80 Ohio:
    In the state of Ohio, I-80 enters with I-90 from the Indiana Toll Road and immediately becomes the "James W. Shocknessy Ohio Turnpike", more commonly ...
  • I-80 Indiana:
    In the state of Indiana, I-80 runs concurrent with another Interstate highway for its entire length. It runs with I-94 on the Borman Expressway before...
  • I-80 Illinois:
    In the state of Illinois, I-80 runs from the Fred Schwengel Memorial Bridge across the Mississippi River south to an intersection with I-74. It then r...
  • I-80 Iowa:
    In the state of Iowa, Interstate 80 runs from the I-80 bridge over the Missouri River east to the Quad Cities and the Fred Schwengel Memorial Bridge o...
  • I-80 Nebraska:
    I-80 enters Nebraska west of Bushnell. The western portion of I-80 in Nebraska runs very close to the state of Colorado, without entering the state; t...
  • I-80 Wyoming:
    In the state of Wyoming, I-80 reaches its maximum elevation of 8,640 feet (2,633 m) above sea level between Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming. Farther wes...
  • I-80 Utah:
    After crossing Utah's western border, I-80 crosses the desolate Bonneville Salt Flats west of the Great Salt Lake. The longest stretch between exits o...
  • I-80 Nevada:
    In the state of Nevada, Interstate 80 runs northeast from the Lake Tahoe region near Reno to Battle Mountain. At Battle Mountain, it turns east to the...
  • I-80 California:
    According to signage, I-80 begins at its intersection with U.S. Route 101 in San Francisco. However, the San Francisco Skyway is not part of the Inter...
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