MacArthur Maze

MacArthur Maze

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The MacArthur Maze (or simply the Maze, also called the Distribution Structure) refers to the large freeway interchange located near the eastern end of the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge in Oakland, California. Principally it can be seen as splitting Bay Bridge traffic into three freeways, the Eastshore, MacArthur and Nimitz, although other movements are important.


Because of its central location in the San Francisco Bay Area and the funneling of traffic across the few bridges spanning the bay, the Maze is a major hub for both east–west and north–south traffic in the Bay Area.

The Maze is a major corridor for commuters living in the East Bay and working in San Francisco. The Maze is next to both the Port of Oakland, which is the fourth busiest container port in the United States, and to downtown Oakland. Two major interstate freeways from beyond the Bay Area, I-80 and I-5 (via either I-80 or I-580) connect to the Maze.

Freeways connecting in the Maze

  • The Bay Bridge - Interstate 80 from the Maze heads west across the Bay Bridge into San Francisco.
  • The Eastshore Freeway - The Interstate 80/Interstate 580 concurrency from the Maze heads north through Berkeley and western Contra Costa County. Just north of the Berkeley-Albany border, approximately north of the Maze, the concurrency splits, with Interstate 80 heading north, then northeast towards Sacramento and Interstate 580 heading northwest towards the...... ...
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