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Interstate 80

Interstate 80 is the second-longest interstate highway in the United States. It goes from San Francisco, California at United States Highway 101 in the west to Fort Lee, New Jersey at Interstate 95 in the east.

Table of contents
1 Number of Miles
2 Major Cities Along the Route
3 Intersections with other Interstates
4 Spur Routes
5 Notes

Number of Miles


Major Cities Along the Route

Intersections with other Interstates

Spur Routes


Among many picturesque sections of I-80 are the crossing of San Francisco Bay over the
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (toll paid westbound only), the traverse above Donner Pass and Donner Lake (near Lake Tahoe) in California, and its run along the Truckee River both west and east of Reno, Nevada. Interstate 80 crosses the southern end of Great Salt Lake west of Salt Lake City, Utah and the spectacular Rocky Mountains west of Denver, Colorado.

Interstate 180 in Cheyenne, Wyoming is an interstate with traffic lights.

I-80 does not go all the way to New York City, New York via the George Washington Bridge. It stops about four miles short of New York City.