I-74

Interstate 80

I-90

Illinois State Line in northernmost Munster

← 151.56 miles →

Ohio State Line near US 20

Cities Served:

Hammond, Highland, Gary, Portage, Westville, La Porte, South Bend, Elkhart, Howe

About I-80:

I-80 runs through exteme northern Indiana, running along the Indiana Toll road until changing course at the western border of Gary to bypass Chicago. The toll section is cosgined with I-90, the untolled section (if you discount the frequent traffic jams that go on up and down the Borman) is cosigned with I-94.

Western Entrypoint: Illinois Line in northernmost Munster.

The view on I-80 and I-94 coming into Indiana from Illinois. These two roads are duplexed with US 6 until Riley Road and the Tollway Interchange, where I-80 jumps over to the toll road for the rest of its trip through Indiana.
Photo by Don Hargraves, up April 4, 2003.

The view on I-80 and I-94 entering into Illinois from Indiana. Two miles away I-80 and I-94 break apart; I-80 continues to Joliet, The Quad Cities and San Francisco.
Photo by Don Hargraves, up April 4, 2003.

Eastern Entrypoint: Ohio State Line near US 20.

The view on I-80 and I-90 coming into Indiana from Ohio. The nearest interchange to here is with I-69, twelve miles away.
Photo by Don Hargraves, up March 16, 2003.

The view on I-80 and I-90 entering into Ohio from Indiana. Both I-80 and I-90 duplex on The Ohio Turnpike for the better part of Ohio before splitting southwest of Cleveland. I-80 heads southeast on the Turnpike until its intersection with I-76, then cuts across Pennsylvania and New Jersey before terminating at I-95 just before New York City.
Photo by Don Hargraves, up March 16, 2003.

Links

AA Roads I-80 Page
Ohio I-80 Entrypoints Page
Chris Marysz's I-80 Page

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2003, Indiana Highway Ends
Page put online: March 16, 2003
Last Updated: April 4, 2003