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Interstate 680 (1674 words)
In 1964, the Nimitz Freeway was renumbered to 680 only, and 17 was moved to Oakland Road; but vocal public outcry resulted in restoration of the 17 numbering on the Nimitz.
On September 5, 1974, 680 was extended to Capitol Avenue, and on Dec. 18, 1974, the entire freeway was open.
Between I-80 and I-780, I-680 is the Luther E. Gibson Freeway, named after a state legislator (not the 15th century reformer or the acoustic guitar maker).
Interstate 680 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (121 words)
Interstate 680 is the designation for several Interstate Highways in the United States, all of which are related to Interstate 80:
Interstate 680 (California), a connection to I-280 in San Jose, California.
Interstate 680 (Nebraska-Iowa), a bypass of Omaha, Nebraska.
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