Interstate 95

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Interstate 95 marker

I-10 in Jacksonville, FL
I-20 near Florence, SC
I-40 near Benson, NC
I-64 in Richmond, VA
I-76 in Philadelphia, PA
I-80 near New York, NY
I-91 in New Haven, CT

Main route of the Interstate Highway System
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Interstate 95 (I-95) is the main highway on the East Coast of the United States,[1] paralleling the Atlantic Ocean from Maine to Florida and serving some of the most populated urban areas in the country, including Boston, Providence, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Jacksonville and Miami. It is one of the north–south routes of the Interstate Highway System, and replaced older U.S. Highways, mainly U.S. Route 1. The oldest sections of I-95, including several toll roads, predate the Interstate System; the route has yet to be completed in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey area. Construction of the missing connection is scheduled to be completed by the 2010s (tentatively 2018).[2]

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