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List of structures built on top of freeways

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The following is a list of structures built on top of freeways, which may include freeway lids, parks, buildings, monuments, and parking garages.


Autobahnüberbauung Schlangenbader Straße, Berlin Wilmdersdorf

Schlangenberger Strasse
Schlangenberger Strasse

Schlangenbader Straße (snake)

The complex at Schlangenbader Straße 23-36 was built from 1976 to 1980. A particularly good infrastructure is ensured by the A 104 motorway, bus, underground and S-Bahn connections. One of the most beautiful squares in Berlin, Rüdesheimer Platz, is very close by with numerous restaurants, cafés, galleries and cabaret.

Up to 46 meters high, the seven residential hills of Schlangenbader Straße tower over the city. The connected apartment blocks (1,215 residential units) have a total length of 1.5 kilometers and were built as a superstructure directly above the four-lane motorway A 104. Nevertheless, there is no noise here. On the contrary, in the Schlangenbader Straße, it is quiet and green in the middle of the big city.



The Gate Tower Building is a 16-story office building in Fukushima-ku, Osaka, Japan. The tenant of floors five through seven is the Umeda Exit of the Ikeda Route of the Hanshin Expressway system.

United States



District of Columbia


Several cars on a concrete roadway approaching a tunnel under a glass office tower.
Southbound lanes on Georgia 400 approaching the tunnel under the Atlanta Financial Center.


  • Illinois Tollway oases, multiple locations and Interstate Highways: Rest areas which extend over the Interstate Highway.[2] There are six oases, located on the Tri-State Tollway (I-80, I-94 and I-294), Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (Interstate 90 in Illinois) and the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88). The four on the Tri-State Tollway and the one on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway are built over the roadway, while the DeKalb Oasis on the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway is on the south side of the roadway. Customers are able to sit inside the oases and eat while traffic goes by beneath them. This type of development is common in the United Kingdom.
  • I-290 has a former U.S Post Office over it. The building existed first and was designed for a future road that was built in the 1950s as the Congress Expressway (now the Eisenhower Expressway). Google Street View





  • Interstate 394, Minneapolis: Three parking garages that were funded as part of the U.S. Route 12 improvement are constructed above the Eastern terminus of the road. They are the Seventh street ramp, Fifth Street Ramp, and Fourth Street Ramp.




New York


The Cap at N. High Street I-670 in Columbus
The Cap at N. High Street I-670 in Columbus




  • Interstate 66, Arlington: The parking garage next to Washington-Lee High School is built over top of 66 which is trenched at this point so as to reduce the noise levels in surrounding neighborhoods.
  • Interstate 564, Norfolk: The runway of NAS Norfolk-Chambers Field passes directly over the western end of I-564. A C-5 Galaxy (the largest military aircraft in the western world) once got stuck on the overpass and motorists could view the gigantic aircraft as they drove underneath.
  • Downtown Expressway, Richmond: Kanawa Plaza was built over the 195 toll road to reconnect the city's business district to the James River. The 3 acre plaza features a large, sunken pool, an open air venue and tree covered areas for smaller groups. It was conceived in 1972, completed in 1980 and renovated in 2016.




  1. ^ "Autostrade". Archived from the original on 2007-02-27. Retrieved 11 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Illinois Tollway Oasis Gallery". Retrieved 15 January 2019.
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