The Interstate 95 (or I-95 ) is a Autoroute inter-States 3.101 km length located at the the United States of America, on the east coast of the country. It is one of the most known highways, most important and most used network of Interstate highway.
Interstate 95 connects Florida to New-Brundswick (Canada) by meeting on its way several of the more American big cities. One notes Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Miami as big cities met. 95 master key on the whole in 15 American states.
Parts of the road have or had Péage S. Indeed the layout of I-95 takes again that of many toll roads which already had been built or planned before its creation, and this particularly in the North-East. The majority of them exist still nowadays, some removed their tolls. Those which currently have some use all the E-ZPass (equivalent of the Télépéage).
Interstate 4 with Daytona Beach, Florida
- Interstate 10 with Jacksonville, Florida
- Interstate 16 with Savannah, Georgia
- Interstate 26 close to Harleyville, South Carolina
- Interstate 20 with Florence, South Carolina
- Interstate 40 with Benson, North Carolina
- Interstate 85 with Petersburg, Virginia
- Interstate 64 for 6.4 km in Richmond, Virginia
- Interstate 76 with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Interstate 78 with Newark, New Jersey
- Interstate 87 in New York, New York
- Interstate 91 with New Haven, Connecticut
- Interstate 93 with Canton, Massachusetts
- Interstate 90 with Weston, Massachusetts
- Interstate 93 with Woburn, Massachusetts
Description of the layout
The highway is officially called William B. Singer Expressway on the totality of its layout in Florida, of which it serves the Atlantic coast. The road starts just in the south of the downtown area of Miami, close to the 32e Rue, starting from U.S. Road 1. It moves then towards north along the coast, passing near the Space Coast and from Daytona Beach before continuing in north towards Jacksonville and the Georgia. It joined then the interior of the grounds of the South Carolina and passes off by South the Border immediately before arriving in North Carolina.
It then becomes one of the four major North-South corridors of this State (three others being U.S. Road 220 (Interstate 73)/U.S. Road 29, Interstate 77, and the Interstate 26). I-95 is regarded as the border between the areas of the piedmont and the coastal plain of North Carolina. In Virginia, the highway passes by the capital, Richmond, before reaching Virginia of north, then with the urban surface of Washington (District of Columbia), close which it penetrates in the Maryland by borrowing Woodrow Wilson Bridge. It follows the Beltway Capital around the capital then leaves it in the north of the city. It crosses the medium of the State in diagonal while passing by Baltimore, enters the Delaware, passes by Wilmington and Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge. It is about the most used road of Delaware. Interstate 95 enters in Pennsylvania along the Delaware close to Marcus Hook, passes by Philadelphia while following the bank occidentaledu river, and moves towards north. At present it enters the New Jersey close to Trenton, in Ewing Township, while passing by Scudder Falls Bridge.
I-95 is only large Interstate highway original which remains still unfinished. Indeed a discontinuity exists between two sections separated in the New Jersey, which is in the course of resolution with creation of the Pennsylvania Turnpike/Interstate 95 Interchange Project . For the moment I-95 is completed in the north of Trenton to set out again on the New Jersey Turnpike in the south of the city. The traffic is directed towards the Interstate 295 then towards the Interstate 195 to Washington Township. I-95 then follows the New Jersey Turnpike towards north while passing by Newark and enters New York by the George Washington Bridge. I-95 crosses Upper Manhattan, the Bronx, and the south of the Comté of Westchester before arriving in the Connecticut.
Once entered in Nouvelle England it follows the coast in a East-West direction, then turns towards north, passing by the Rhode Island and Providence. In the Massachusetts it moves towards north, passes beside Boston and briefly by the New Hampshire then in the Maine, where it follows the Maine Turnpike to the border where it joined the province of the Nouveau Brunswick.
Florida: I-195 - of Miami to Miami Beach; I-295 - with Jacksonville; I-395 - Miami until the south of Miami Beach; I-595 - Interstate 75 until the Strong International Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport and Port Everglades
- North Carolina: I-295 - future loop around Fayetteville
- Virginia: I-195 - goes towards Richmond; I-295 - close to Petersburg and Richmond; I-395 - towards Washington; I-495 - peripheral around Washington
- Washington, D.C: I-295 - towards Washington, D.C. ; I-395 - Washington, D.C; I-695 - connects I-395 to I-295
- Maryland: I-195 - towards the International Baltimore-Washington Airport; I-295 - towards Washington, D.C. ; I-395 - until Baltimore; I-495 - peripheral around Washington, D.C. ; I-595 - towards Annapolis; I-695 - peripheral of Baltimore; I-795 - of Baltimore with Reisterstown; I-895 - Baltimore
- Delaware: I-295 - Wilmington, Philadelphia, and Trenton; I-495 - Wilmington
- New Jersey: I-195 - until the Jersey Shore; I-295 - in Philadelphia and Trenton; Road 95W - part of the New Jersey Turnpike
- New York: I-295, I-695, I-895 - Several roads around New York City; I-495 - towards Long Island
- Connecticut: I-395 - towards Worcester
- Rhode Island: I-195 ; I-295 - around Providence
- Massachusetts: I-395 - of Connecticut with Worcester; I-495 - a peripheral of Boston
- Maine: I-195 - towards Saco; I-295 - with Portland cement; I-395 - with Bangor; I-495 - connects I-95 and I-295 to Falmouth
Page on the highway
- Interstate 95 on Exitlists.com
Simple: Interstate 95
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