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Interstate 675 Georgia @ Interstate-Guide.com (941 words)
Interstate 675 (Georgia 413) is an alternate route to Interstate 75 between the Perimeter Highway (Interstate 285) and extreme southern suburbs of the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Interstate 675 was originally planned to be much longer, as part of a proposed north/south highway that would have extended north of Interstate 285 into the Atlanta city limits.
Interstate 675 southbound branches southward from Interstate 285 westbound.
Interstate 675 (457 words)
I-675 was planned to extend north to I-420, and then continue as GA 400 to the top of I-285.
Rand McNally atlases from the 1960s show proposed I-675 starting south of Dayton (as it does now), continuing northeast and north, but then turning back to meet I-75 near Northridge instead of heading toward I-70 and Springfield.
"None the less, I-675 was routed through Downtown Saginaw and enabled travelers to cross the Saginaw river at a narrower non-navigable point bypassing the drawbridge.
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