Photos start at US 54 and proceed east and south
(high resolution 241k) A. Looking east from the US 54 overpass. This is a typical suburban strip mall area. Loop 375 is an urban boulevard at this location. The right-of-way is unusually narrow for a facility that is planned to be a freeway, but a four lane freeway will fit through this corridor. Photo taken 31-May-2001.
B. The freeway begins just west of Dyer (BR 54). Photo taken 31-May-2001.
C. Driver's view of the freeway near Dyer street. This view shows how the freeway can be squeezed into the narrow right-of-way. Feeder roads can be seen on both sides of the freeway main lanes. Photo taken 31-May-2001.
(high resolution 118k) D. Typical view inside Fort Bliss. Notice that the indigenous landscape does not have any cactus, but is a scrubby ground cover. Photo taken 31-May-2001.
(high resolution 161k) E. Between 62/180 and Interstate 10, Loop 375 consists of feeder roads. This view shows a typical section of roadway at an intersection. Photo taken 31-May-2001.
(high resolution 94k) F. Intersection at Pellicano road, showing the feeder roads. Photo taken 31-May-2001.
G. Aerial view of the existing interchange at IH-10 and Loop 375. A stack will be built here, probably in the 2005-2010 time frame. Aerial view is taken from the IH-10/Americas interchange web site.
From the IH-10/Americas interchange offical web site, these photos show the existing Interstate 10 freeway and the planned stack at the Loop 375 interchange.