Puxi Viaduct in Shanghai China
Shanghai is said to be the largest city in the world. This is one of Shanghai’s busiest and largest interchange that caters to thousands of vehicles every hour. It has five levels of bridges that help connect two of the city’s busiest highways, directing vehicles without much fuss.
I-710 and I-105 Interchange, Los Angeles, California, US
A very very busy, and frequently congested freeway interchange in South Los Angeles. Los Angeles is the major city of California. This is the interchange where the bus jumps the unfinished freeway in the movie Speed.
Tom Moreland Interchange, US
Tom Moreland Interchange is the intersection of Interstate 85 and Interstate 285, along with several access roads, in northern DeKalb County, Georgia, just northeast of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Completed in 1987 at a cost of $86 million, four-level interchange required 120,000 cubic yards of concrete. Traffic now moves at a steady rate, though more than 280,000 vehicles travel the interchange daily.
Flyover in Dallas
Gravelly Hill Interchange, Birmingham, UK
Gravelly Hill Interchange is junction 6 of the M6 motorway where it meets the A38(M) Aston Expressway in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Its colloquial name was coined to describe its complex system of intertwined loops and ramps. The junction covers 30 acres, serves 18 routes and includes 2.5 miles of slip roads, but only 0.6 miles of the M6 itself. It has 559 concrete columns, reaching up to 24.4 meters height.
Hebbal flyover Bangalore, India
Kathipara flyover Chennai, India