The original interchange in 1997. North is to the right. Photo courtesy DTEWhen the Telegraph Road and Interstate 94 interchange was built in the 1950's, it featured confusing-and dangerous-left-hand exits and entrances, plus a larger-than-normal, tree-filled median. In 2003, it was replaced with a Single-Point Urban Interchange, the anchor being the two bridges carrying I-94 itself, officially referred to as the Gateway Bridge. As this occurred shortly before Super Bowl XL was held in Detroit in February 2006, the bridges were designed to give visitors an impressive sight as they traveled from Metro Airport to Ford Field. However, to this date, the marks left behind by the relocation of I-94 and the interchange ramps are still visible to the south of the current interchange.