Interstate 780 East

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Interstate 780 east
Interstate 780 begins after the Curtola Parkway intersection with Lemon Street in Vallejo. The freeway enters a full cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 80 to the immediate. Exit 1A departs for the Alfred Zampa Bridge south to Richmond, Oakland and San Francisco. Photo taken 03/10/15.
Interstate 80 travels north through the city of Vallejo then northeast to Fairfield, Davis and Sacramento. Photo taken 03/10/15.
A substandard folded diamond interchange joins Interstate 780 east with parallel Reis Avenue and Spruce Street leading back to Laure Streetl. Laurel Street serves residential areas north to Steffan Street and south to Magazine Street in Vallejo. Photo taken 07/06/13.
The first confirming marker for Interstate 780 east stands ahead of a pedestrian bridge at Home Acres Avenue. Photo taken 07/06/13.
The four-lane freeway advances east a half mile to a diamond interchange (Exit 1D) with Glen Cove Road. Photo taken 07/17/09.
Exit 1D leaves Interstate 780 east for Glen Cove Road north to Benicia Road and Rollingwood Drive and Glen Cove Parkway south to the Glencove community overlooking Carquinez Strait. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Interstate 780 arcs southeast from the city of Vallejo into Benicia along the ensuing stretch. Photo taken 11/26/04.
The control cities of this mileage sign predate the realignment of Interstate 680 north from Vallejo to I-80 at Cordelia. San Jose lies at the south end of the route. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Columbus Parkway concludes a 5.6 mile course around the east side of Vallejo at forthcoming Exit 3A. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Exit 3A loops onto Rose Drive at the entrance to Benicia State Recreation Area. Popular for hiking and fishing, the park spreads to the south and west of I-780 to Southampton Bay. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Entering the folded diamond interchange (Exit 3A) with Rose Drive north to Columbus Parkway. Both roads serve newer suburban areas of Vallejo and Benicia. Photo taken 07/17/09.
Military West branches south from Interstate 780 east at the first of four exits for the city of Benicia. Photo taken 07/17/09.
Truck traffic headed to Benicia industrial park is directed to remain east on I-780 to Interstate 680 north for Exit 58B to Bayshore Road. East 2nd Street runs along the north side of the area from Exit 5. Photo taken 07/17/09.
A partial trumpet interchange (Exit 3B) connects Interstate 780 east with Military West at K Street. This is the beginning of the main business route into Benicia, with the return to the freeway at Exit 6 via East Fifth Street. Photo taken 07/06/13.
An on-ramp merges onto Interstate 780 east from Southampton Road ahead of this reassurance marker. Photo taken 11/26/04.
Southampton Boulevard loops north from Military West and I-780 to 7th Street at Exit 4. The two-lane, divided boulevard encircles Benicia Middle School, Southampton Shopping Center and a pair of apartment complexes along the freeway's north side. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Interstate 780 arcs southeast between several subdivisions on the one mile approach to Exit 5 with East 2nd Street. Photo taken 07/06/13.
East 2nd Street leads south from Interstate 780 to Military West. Military West connects with 1st Street to the Benicia business district and Benicia Capitol State Historic Park. Photo taken 07/06/13.
Interstate 780 east reaches the parclo interchange (Exit 5) with East 2nd Street. Photo taken 07/17/09.
The Benicia Bridges Vista Point lies within the foot print of the systems interchange connecting the east end of I-780 with Interstate 680. The scenic area is located off Park Road, which extends south from Bayshore Road via Exit 58B from I-680 north. Photo taken 07/06/13.
The penultimate exit on Interstate 780 east is the diamond interchange (Exit 6) with East 5th Street to Benicia Arsenal and Turnbull Park Photo taken 07/06/13.
Exit 6 lowers to East 5th Street by this reassurance marker for Interstate 780 east. Photo taken 07/17/09.
Interstate 780 curves over Park Road with three eastbound lanes leading to Exit 7A for I-680 north to Cordelia and Exit 7B for the Benicia-Martinez Bridge south across Carquinez Strait and Suisun Bay. Photo taken 07/17/09.
The three-wye interchange (Exit 7) with Interstate 680 was redesigned during the 2001-07 Benicia-Martinez Bridge project. The project constructed a new northbound span for I-680 linking Martinez with Benicia, bringing the freeway to nine overall lanes across Carquinez Strait. Photo taken 07/18/09.

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11/26/04, 07/17/09, 07/18/09, 07/06/13, 03/10/15 by AARoads

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Page Updated 06-23-2018.