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Interstate 880 (2203 words)
On October 17, 1989, the Loma Prieta quake caused the upper deck of the Cypress viaduct (north of I-980, Oakland, between 18th and 34th streets) to collapse on the lower, crushing 42 motorists.
I-880 will be widened to 12 lanes between 237 and the next interchange to the north (Dixon Landing Road); 7 north, and 5 south.
In early December 1999, the loop ramp from I-880 NB to CA 237 WB was permanently closed; instead, drivers cross 237 with the aid of a new traffic signal.
California Highways (www.cahighways.org): Routes 880 through 980 (4734 words)
Until 1981, Route 880 was defined to run from Route 80 west of Sacramento to Route 80 near Watt Avenue.
I-880 (as Route 17) then continued N along present I-880, and was LRN 69 (defined in 1933) until its junction near Emeryville with US 40/US 50 (LRN 68 and LRN 5; present-day I-80 and I-580).
From Route 880 in Oakland to Route 580.
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