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Interstate 95 Descriptions

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Florida:
Interstate 95 begins at U.S. Route 1 just south of downtown Miami, Florida[16], and follows a path north along the Atlantic coast of Florida, passing near such locations as Florida's Space Coast and Daytona Beach before continuing north past Jacksonville and entering Georgia.

Georgia:
Interstate 95 in Georgia travels through the marshlands of eastern Georgia, closely following the coast to Savannah, where it crosses into South Carolina.

South Carolina:
In South Carolina, I-95 travels further inland than its paths to the south, and passes the South of the Border tourist trap immediately before crossing into North Carolina.

North Carolina:
Interstate 95 in North Carolina is one of four major north-south corridors through the state (the others being U.S. Route 220 (Interstate 73)/U.S. Route 29, Interstate 77, and Interstate 26). I-95 informally serves as separation between the piedmont and coastal plain regions of North Carolina.

Virginia:
In Virginia, Interstate 95 roughly follows the same line between the regions, and passes by its state capital, Richmond, before entering into Northern Virginia and the Washington, DC area, then crossing over the Woodrow Wilson Bridge into Maryland.

Maryland:
Interstate 95 enters Maryland on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, where a small, .11-mile portion of the highway passes through the southernmost corner of the District of Columbia. In Maryland, I-95 follows the Capital Beltway around Washington, DC. Once leaving the Beltway north of the city, I-95 travels diagonally through the middle of the state, through Baltimore (see Interstate 95 in Baltimore) and into Delaware, passing through Wilmington, passing the Maryland toll barrier north of the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge, south of Exit 89, which collects tolls from northbound traffic only.

Delaware:
Interstate 95 enters Maryland on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, where a small, .11-mile portion of the highway passes through the southernmost corner of the District of Columbia. In Maryland, I-95 follows the Capital Beltway around Washington, DC. Once leaving the Beltway north of the city, I-95 travels diagonally through the middle of the state, through Baltimore (see Interstate 95 in Baltimore) and into Delaware, passing through Wilmington, passing the Maryland toll barrier north of the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge, south of Exit 89, which collects tolls from northbound traffic only.

Pennsylvania:
In Delaware, Interstate 95 passing through Wilmington, passing the Maryland toll barrier north of the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge, south of Exit 89, which collects tolls from northbound traffic only.

I-95 is the most heavily traveled route in Delaware, linking Washington and south with Philadelphia and north. A toll barrier is placed about two miles north of the Maryland border.

New Jersey:
Interstate 95 enters Pennsylvania along the Delaware River near Marcus Hook, traveling along its western bank through the city of Philadelphia, and heading north where it currently enters New Jersey near Trenton in Ewing Township via the toll-free Scudder Falls Bridge.

New York:
There is currently a gap in I-95 that is in the process of being filled. I-95 ends north of Trenton, but begins on the New Jersey Turnpike south of Trenton.

Traffic is directed to continue south in Lawrence Township where I-95 becomes Interstate 295 south at I-95 milepost 8.7/I-295 milepost 68 near the U.S. 1 exit. Traffic is led down the 295 expressway, and directed to exit at Exit 60A for Interstate 195 east in Hamilton Township. Traffic is instructed to continue on the 195 expressway east upon reaching Exit 6 for the New Jersey Turnpike (NJ Turnpike Exit 7A) in Robbinsville Township.

I-95 then follows the New Jersey Turnpike north through Newark and into New York on the George Washington Bridge.

Connecticut:
I-95 then follows the New Jersey Turnpike north through Newark and into New York on the George Washington Bridge. I-95 travels through Upper Manhattan, The Bronx, and southern Westchester County before crossing into the state of Connecticut.

Rhode Island:
Interstate 95 enters New England in Connecticut, and follows along the southern part of the state within miles of the coast in a more east-west direction. It then curves back northward, passing into Rhode Island, and traveling through its capital of Providence. Interstate 95 then enters Massachusetts, heading not into but around Boston before passing briefly into and through New Hampshire, and then into Maine, following the Maine Turnpike to the Canadian border and entering the province of New Brunswick.

Massachusetts:
Interstate 95 enters New England in Connecticut, and follows along the southern part of the state within miles of the coast in a more east-west direction. It then curves back northward, passing into Rhode Island, and traveling through its capital of Providence. Interstate 95 then enters Massachusetts, heading not into but around Boston before passing briefly into and through New Hampshire, and then into Maine, following the Maine Turnpike to the Canadian border and entering the province of New Brunswick.

New Hampshire:
Interstate 95 enters New England in Connecticut, and follows along the southern part of the state within miles of the coast in a more east-west direction. It then curves back northward, passing into Rhode Island, and traveling through its capital of Providence. Interstate 95 then enters Massachusetts, heading not into but around Boston before passing briefly into and through New Hampshire, and then into Maine, following the Maine Turnpike to the Canadian border and entering the province of New Brunswick.

Maine:
Interstate 95 enters New England in Connecticut, and follows along the southern part of the state within miles of the coast in a more east-west direction. It then curves back northward, passing into Rhode Island, and traveling through its capital of Providence. Interstate 95 then enters Massachusetts, heading not into but around Boston before passing briefly into and through New Hampshire, and then into Maine, following the Maine Turnpike to the Canadian border and entering the province of New Brunswick.

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