Interstate 95 in Florida
|Maintained by FDOT|
|Length:||382.083 mi (614.90 km)|
|Existed:||1957 – present|
|South end:||US 1 in Miami|
|I-295 in Jacksonville|
|North end:||I-95 near St. Marys, GA|
|Counties:||Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau|
Interstate 95 (I-95) is the main Interstate Highway on the east coast of the United States; it serves the Atlantic coast of Florida. It begins at a partial interchange with U.S. Highway 1 (US 1) just south of downtown Miami, and heads north past Daytona Beach and Jacksonville to the Georgia state line at the St. Marys River.
Route description 
The highway begins at U.S. Highway 1 near 32nd Road in southern Miami. It quickly interchanges with the Rickenbacker Causeway via the short unsigned SR 913, and then heads north into downtown. The short SR 970 freeway, mostly unsigned, distributes traffic to several downtown streets. On the north side of downtown, at the Midtown Interchange, Interstate 395 heads east to the MacArthur Causeway, and the tolled SR 836 heads west to Miami International Airport. Throughout Miami-Dade County, I-95 is designated the North–South Expressway according to some maps.
After crossing I-395 and SR 836, I-95 begins to head north roughly along the alignment of Northwest 6th Avenue, lying one block east of Northwest 7th Avenue (U.S. Highway 441/SR 7). Just north of 36th Street (U.S. Highway 27/SR 25), at what has been called the 36th Street Interchange, I-95 crosses Interstate 195, which goes east over the Julia Tuttle Causeway to Miami Beach, and SR 112, a toll road west to the airport. A two-way high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) roadway in the median begins at I-195 and SR 112, formed by ramps to and from SR 112. I-95 continues north, crossing and interchanging with many surface roads, most of which are State Roads, before reaching the Golden Glades Interchange.
The complicated Golden Glades Interchange provides access between I-95 and two other freeways — the original section of Florida's Turnpike (SR 91), since bypassed by the Homestead Extension (SR 821), and the Palmetto Expressway (SR 826). Ramps are also provided to and from several surface streets - SR 826 east on 167th Street to Sunny Isles Beach, U.S. Highway 441 (SR 7) south on Northwest 7th Avenue and north on Northwest 2nd Avenue, and SR 9 southwest on a limited-access roadway to Northwest 27th Avenue. I-95 north to West Palm Beach, as well as SR 9 southwest to 27th Avenue, runs parallel to the South Florida Rail Corridor, used by CSX Transportation for freight and Tri-Rail for commuter rail. At the Golden Glades Interchange, SR 9 merges with I-95, and I-95 is unsigned as State Road 9 for the remainder of its length.
North of Miami, I-95 continues on to Ft. Lauderdale, where it interchanges with I-595, providing access to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades to the east, and Broward County's western suburbs as well as I-75 northbound (via Alligator Alley) across the peninsula to the Gulf Coast to the west. In West Palm Beach, I-95 provides direct access to Palm Beach International Airport as well as downtown West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Island via SR 704 (Okeechobee Blvd.). North of West Palm Beach, I-95 literally runs beside Florida's Turnpike for 17 miles (27 km), between Donald Ross Road in Jupiter and SR 713 south of Stuart. I-95 then steers west of the turnpike through Martin and St. Lucie Counties, and crosses the turnpike at Fort Pierce before the freeways eventually go separate ways north of Fort Pierce; I-95 continues directly along the coast; Florida's Turnpike turns west toward Orlando.
After an interchange with State Road 70 providing access to the Turnpike, the highway narrows to two lanes in each direction. The road soon enters Indian River County and the next major exit is with State Road 60 providing access to Vero Beach. The highway soon enters Brevard County and the Space Coast of Florida. In Palm Bay, the road widens to three lanes in each direction and continues north passing Melbourne, Viera, and Cocoa. The next major junction is State Road 528 with access to Cocoa Beach, and Cape Canaveral eastbound and tolled access to Orlando to the west. The road then narrows to two lanes in each direction and approaches the city of Titusville. I-95 continues north and enters Volusia County and the city of Daytona Beach shortly afterwards. At the junction with Interstate 4, the road widens to three lanes in each direction. The highway passes through Flagler and St. Johns counties before it enters Duval County and the city of Jacksonville.
About 5 miles (8.0 km) north of the St. Johns-Duval county border, I-95 intersects the I-295 beltway at its southern end about 10 miles (16 km) south of central Jacksonville, with I-95 continuing north towards central Jacksonville. The interstate goes through the heart of Jacksonville, crossing the Fuller Warren Bridge over the St. Johns River, which was rebuilt from its original drawbridge incarnation in 2002. About a mile north of the bridge, at exit 351B, it intersects with the national eastern terminus of I-10, with the interchange's redesign completed in September 2010. From here to exit 353B, it is concurrent with US 1 and its unsigned designation SR 5. It intersects I-295 again at exit 362. Just north of the northern I-295 interchange, I-95 provides access to Jacksonville International Airport. From this point, I-95 continues north towards Nassau County with an exit for State Road A1A and then into Georgia, just north of mile marker 380.
Express toll lanes 
The current HOV lanes in both directions between I-395 in Miami and I-595 in Davie are converted to High Occupancy toll lanes, with two lanes in each direction. Prices vary based on congestion and peak hours and tolls are collected electronically, while registered travelers with 3 or more passengers and hybrid vehicles can drive the toll lanes for free. Both HOT lanes have been completed in both directions from I-395 to the Golden Glades Interchange (including toll gantries).
Interstate 95 was initially signed in 1959, and the first section to be opened to traffic was in Jacksonville in 1960. A year later, a short section just north of the current I-195 in Miami opened. The Miami News in 1956 touted the construction of what would become I-95 in Miami as a "...slum clearance program." Most of the construction was focused between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach in the early 1960s. At the end of the decade, the highway was complete from U.S. 17, just south of the Georgia state line to SR 60 near Vero Beach (Georgia had not completed their portion of I-95 at the time of Florida's completion). Also by 1970, the segment from Ft. Lauderdale to Miami was complete. By 1976, most of the highway was complete from the Georgia State Line to Ft. Pierce as well as Palm Beach Gardens to Miami.
Missing Treasure Coast Link 
The Bureau of Public Roads approved an Interstate 95 alignment that used 41 miles (66 km) of the Turnpike from PGA Boulevard (SR 786) in Palm Beach Gardens north to SR 70 in Ft. Pierce in the 1950s. In the mid-1960s, the State Road Department authorized traffic counts be conducted to determine if the separation of Interstate 95 from the Turnpike was feasible, with arguments that using a concurrent alignment was costing Florida money for Federal Highway funding, but not without the concern of losing toll revenue. Interstate 95 was given a separate alignment from Florida's Turnpike in 1973.
Over time, the interstate adopted a separate route closer to U.S. Route 1, including parallel with the turnpike between Stuart and Palm Beach Gardens and was originally scheduled to be completed in 1972. However, resistance by Martin County officials due to environmental and unwanted growth concerns delayed the highway's completion for 15 years, requiring those who wanted to travel through the Treasure Coast to take either the slower US 1 or the tolled Turnpike. This section opened to traffic on December 19, 1987, with I-95 running uninterrupted from Miami to the state line.
The interstate is being widened in most of the stretches that have not seen expansion to at least six lanes.
Between Exit 147 (SR 60) and the Indian River/Brevard County Line, there are plans to widen this stretch from four to six lanes, with start date of early 2013. As of August 2012, the design is complete for this widening project.
Between Exit 220 (SR 406) and Exit 249 (SR 44), the interstate will be widened from four to six lanes for this 29 mile stretch in both northern Brevard and southern Volusia counties, with start date of September 13, 2012. Bonds were issued to help FDOT advance the project's start date. Construction crews have begun the work on this portion on October 30, 2012 with expected completion in May 2016.
The project widens I-95 from four lanes to six lanes from State Road 406 in Titusville to State Road 44 in New Smyrna Beach -- a distance of 30 miles.
Between Exit 249 (SR 44) and Exit 260 (I-4), there are plans to widen this stretch from four to six lanes and reconstruct the Spruce Creek Bridge; however no specific start date has been determined at this time. Current plans call for this to be done in 2022 with a cost of $73 million. This will be the last six lane widening project to go forward, which afterward will complete the widening of the 382 miles (615 km) of Florida's Interstate 95.
Finally, there are plans to reconstruct 4.41 miles (7.10 km) of Interstate 95 around the interchanges at Exit 260 (I-4) and Exit 261 (US 92), with the addition of collector distributor lanes to separate local from long distance traffic in this citation needed] section. Namely, southbound Interstate 95 has a dangerous merge situation stemming from the fact that traffic from US 92 comes in on the left side. This project is expected to occur around 2022 and cost $164 million in construction costs.[
Exit list 
|County||Location||Mile||km||Old exit||New exit||Destinations||Notes|
||Miami||0.000||0.000||—||—||US 1 south||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|0.469||0.755||1||1A||Rickenbacker Causeway via SR 913 (Northwest 26th Road) – Key Biscayne||Southbound exit and northbound entrance; Seaquarium, Vizcaya, Science Museum, Planetarium|
|1.558||2.507||2||1B||US 41 (Southwest 8th Street, Southwest 7th Street, SR 90) to Brickell Avenue (US 1/SR 5)|
|2.026||3.261||3||2A||US 1 (Biscayne Boulevard via SR 970) – Downtown||Shares ramp with Exit 2C on I-95 south|
|2.026||3.261||3A||2C||Miami Avenue – Downtown Miami||No northbound exit|
|3.186||5.127||4||2B||Northwest 2nd Street – Miami Arena, AmericanAirlines Arena||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|3.186||5.127||5A||3B||Northwest 8th Street – Port of Miami, Marlins Park||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|3.186||5.127||5||2D||I-395 east (SR 836 east) – Miami Beach||To MacArthur Causeway|
|3.186||5.127||6||3A||SR 836 west (Dolphin Expressway) – Miami International Airport|
|I-95 north (Express Lanes)||Southern terminus of I-95 Express; SunPass only, no trucks|
|4.844||7.796||7||4||I-195 east (SR 112 east) / SR 112 west (Airport Expressway) – Miami Beach, Miami International Airport||Signed as exits 4A (east) and 4B (west) northbound; to Julia Tuttle Causeway|
|6.227||10.021||8||6A||Northwest 62nd Street, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard|
|6.608||10.635||9A||6B||Northwest 69th Street||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|7.329||11.795||9||7||SR 934 (Northwest 79th Street, Northwest 81st Street)|
|8.285||13.333||10||8A||Northwest 95th Street, Rev. Dr. A. Jackson Jr. Boulevard|
|8.794||14.153||11||8B||SR 932 (Northwest 103rd Street)|
|9.799||15.770||12||9||SR 924 (Northwest 119th Street)||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|North Miami||10.176||16.377||13||10A||SR 922 (Northwest 125th Street) – North Miami, Bal Harbour|
|10.854||17.468||14||10B||SR 916 (Northwest 135th Street, Opa-Locka Boulevard)|
|11.827||19.034||15||11||Northwest 151st Street||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|Miami Gardens||12.848||20.677||16||12A||Turnpike (SR 91) / SR 826 west||Southbound exit is part of exit 12; part of the Golden Glades Interchange|
|12.848||20.677||17||12B||SR 826 east – North Miami Beach||Southbound exit is part of exit 12; part of the Golden Glades Interchange|
|12.848||20.677||18||12C||US 441 (SR 7)||Northbound exit and southbound entrance; part of the Golden Glades Interchange|
|12.848||20.677||18||12||US 441 south / SR 9 south||North end of SR 9A overlap; south end of SR 9 overlap; southbound exit and northbound entrance; part of the Golden Glades Interchange|
|I-95 (Express Lanes south / HOV Lanes north)||Northern terminus of I-95 Express (SunPass only, no trucks)
Southern terminus of I-95 HOV Lanes
|North Miami Beach||14.377||23.138||19||14||SR 860 (Miami Gardens Drive)|
|Ives Estates||16.574||26.673||20||16||Ives Dairy Road, Northeast 203rd Street||Former SR 854|
||Hallandale Beach||18.025||29.008||21||18||SR 858 (Hallandale Beach Boulevard)|
|18.794||30.246||22||19||SR 824 (Pembroke Road)|
|Hollywood||19.816||31.891||23||20||SR 820 (Hollywood Boulevard)|
|21.384||34.414||24||21||SR 822 (Sheridan Street)|
|22.416||36.075||25||22||SR 848 (Stirling Road)|
|Dania Beach||23.433||37.712||26||23||SR 818 (Griffin Road)|
|Fort Lauderdale||24.803||39.917||26A||24||I-595 (Port Everglades Expressway / SR 862) to Turnpike / I-75 – Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Port Everglades||Signed as exits 26C (east) and 26D (west) southbound; also known as the Rainbow Interchange|
|25.245||40.628||27||25||SR 84 (Marina Mile Road)|
|26.500||42.648||28||26||SR 736 (Davie Boulevard)||Former exit 26CD southbound|
|27.531||44.307||29||27||SR 842 (Broward Boulevard) – Downtown Fort Lauderdale|
|28.553||45.952||30||29||SR 838 (Sunrise Boulevard)||Signed as exits 29A (east) and 29B (west) northbound; previous signed as exits 30A and 30B accordingly|
|Oakland Park||30.713||49.428||31||31||SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard)||Signed as exits 31A (east) and 31B (west) northbound|
|32.339||52.045||32||32||SR 870 (Commercial Boulevard)|
|33.553||53.998||33||33||Cypress Creek Road||Signed as exits 33A (east) and 33B (west) northbound|
|Pompano Beach||35.635||57.349||34||36||SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard)||Signed as exits 36A (east) and 36B (west) southbound|
|37.694||60.663||35||38||Copans Road||Signed as exits 38A (east) and 38B (west) southbound|
|Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach||38.840||62.507||36||39||SR 834 (Sample Road)|
|Deerfield Beach||40.922||65.858||36C||41||SR 869 (Southwest 10th Street) to SR 869 / I-75|
|41.883||67.404||37||42||SR 810 (Hillsboro Boulevard)||Signed as exits 42A (east) and 42B (west) northbound; previously signed as exits 37A and 37B accordingly|
||Boca Raton||44.130||71.020||38||44||Palmetto Park Road|
|45.361||73.001||39||45||SR 808 (Glades Road)|
|47.818||76.956||40||48||SR 794 (Yamato Road)||Signed as exits 48A (east) and 48B (west) northbound; previously signed as exits 40A and 40B accordingly|
|Delray Beach||50.969||82.027||41||51||Linton Boulevard|
|52.509||84.505||42||52||SR 806 (Atlantic Avenue)|
|Boynton Beach||56.344||90.677||43||56||Woolbright Road|
|57.339||92.278||44||57||SR 804 (Boynton Beach Boulevard)|
|Lake Worth||62.868||101.176||47||63||6th Avenue South|
|64.178||103.284||48||64||10th Avenue North|
|West Palm Beach||66.087||106.357||49||66||SR 882 (Forest Hill Boulevard)|
|67.539||108.693||50||68||US 98 / SR 80 (Southern Boulevard)|
|68.558||110.333||51||69||Belvedere Road – Palm Beach International Airport||Signed as exits 69A (Belvedere Road) and 69B (Airport) southbound|
|69.760||112.268||52||70||SR 704 (Okeechobee Boulevard) – Downtown West Palm Beach|
|71.015||114.288||53||71||Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard|
|73.799||118.768||54||74||CR 702 (45th Street)|
|Riviera Beach||75.549||121.584||55||76||SR 708 (Blue Heron Boulevard)|
|Palm Beach Gardens||77.307||124.414||56||77||CR 809A (Northlake Boulevard)|
|I-95 south (HOV Lanes)||Northern terminus of I-95 HOV Lanes|
|79.503||127.948||57||79||SR 786 (PGA Boulevard)||Signed as exits 79A (east) and 79B (west) northbound|
|79.904||128.593||57C||79C||CR 809 south (Military Trail)||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|82.909||133.429||58||83||Donald Ross Road|
|Jupiter||86.704||139.537||59||87||SR 706 (Indiantown Road) – Okeechobee, Jupiter||Signed as exits 87A (east) and 87B (west); previously signed as exits 59A and 59B accordingly|
||96.064||154.600||60||96||CR 708 (Bridge Road) – Hobe Sound|
|100.836||162.280||61||101||SR 76 (Kanner Highway) – Indiantown, Stuart|
|102.435||164.853||61C||102||CR 713 (High Meadow Avenue) – Palm City, Stuart|
|110.253||177.435||62||110||CR 714 (Martin Highway) – Palm City, Stuart|
||Port St. Lucie||113.662||182.921||—||113||Becker Road||Completed July 30, 2009, after the exit renumbering|
|117.745||189.492||63||118||Gatlin Boulevard / Tradition Parkway|
|119.977||193.084||—||120||Crosstown Parkway||Opened on March 28, 2009, after the exit renumbering|
|121.195||195.044||63C||121||St. Lucie West Boulevard|
|125.593||202.122||64||126||CR 712 (Midway Road)|
|Fort Pierce||128.858||207.377||65||129||SR 70 (Okeechobee Road)|
|131.089||210.967||66||131||SR 68 (Orange Avenue)||Signed as exits 131A (east) and 131B (west); previously signed as exits 66A and 66B accordingly|
|137.561||221.383||67||138||SR 614 (Indrio Road)|
||146.825||236.292||68||147||SR 60 – Lake Wales, Vero Beach|
|155.960||250.993||69||156||CR 512 – Fellsmere, Sebastian|
||Palm Bay||173.203||278.743||70||173||SR 514 (Malabar Road) – Palm Bay, Malabar|
|176.191||283.552||70A||176||CR 516 (Palm Bay Road) – Palm Bay|
|Melbourne||180.592||290.635||71||180||US 192 / SR 500 (New Haven Avenue) – West Melbourne, Melbourne||2011 daily traffic between US 192 and Malabar Road was 48,500 vehicles|
|183.457||295.245||72||183||SR 518 (Eau Gallie Boulevard) – Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach|
|188.447||303.276||—||188||SR 404 (Pineda Causeway) – Melbourne||Opened May 11, 2011, after the exit renumbering|
|191.093||307.534||73||191||CR 509 (Wickham Road) – Melbourne|
|Rockledge||195.714||314.971||74||195||SR 519 (Fiske Boulevard) – Rockledge|
|Cocoa||201.360||324.058||75||201||SR 520 (West King Street) – Orlando, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach||2011 daily traffic between SR 520 and US 192 was 78,000 vehicles|
|202.531||325.942||76||202||SR 524 – Cocoa|
|205.309||330.413||77||205||SR 528 – Orlando, Cape Canaveral, Port Canaveral, Canaveral AFS||2011 daily traffic between SR 520 and SR 528 was 36,500 vehicles|
|208.208||335.078||77C||208||Port St. John Parkway – Port St. John|
|211.832||340.911||78||212||SR 407 north (Challenger Memorial Parkway) – Kennedy Space Center||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|211.832||340.911||78||212||SR 407 south to SR 528 west||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|Titusville||215.528||346.859||79||215||SR 50 (Cheney Highway) – Orlando, Titusville|
|219.976||354.017||80||220||SR 406 (Garden Street) – Titusville|
|223.605||359.857||81||223||SR 46 – Sanford, Mims|
|231.178||372.045||82||231||CR 5A (Stuck Way Road) – Scottsmoor, Oak Hill|
||Edgewater||244.042||392.748||83||244||SR 442 (Indian River Boulevard) – Edgewater, Oak Hill|
|New Smyrna Beach||248.887||400.545||84||249||SR 44 – DeLand, New Smyrna Beach||Signed as exits 249A (east) and 249B (west) southbound; previously signed as exits 84A and 84B accordingly southbound|
|Port Orange||255.875||411.791||85||256||SR 421 / CR 421 (Taylor Road) – Port Orange|
|Daytona Beach||260.427||419.117||86||260||I-4 west (SR 400 west) / SR 400 east – Orlando, South Daytona||Signed as exits 260A (east) and 260B (west); previously signed as exits 86A and 86B accordingly|
|261.717||421.193||87||261||US 92 / SR 600 (International Speedway Boulevard) – DeLand, Daytona Beach||Signed as exits 261A (east) and 261B (west) southbound; previously signed as exits 87A and 87B accordingly southbound|
|265.206||426.808||87C||265||CR 4019 (LPGA Boulevard) – Holly Hill, Daytona Beach|
|Ormond Beach||267.871||431.097||88||268||SR 40 (Tomoka Road) – Ocala, Ormond Beach|
|273.447||440.070||89||273||US 1 / SR 5 – Bunnell, Ormond Beach|
||Palm Coast||278.396||448.035||90||278||Old Dixie Highway, Marco Polo Road|
|283.647||456.486||91||284||SR 100 (Moody Boulevard) – Bunnell, Flagler Beach|
|289.444||465.815||91C||289||CR 1424 (Palm Coast Parkway) – Palm Coast|
||298.056||479.675||92||298||US 1 / SR 5 – Bunnell, St. Augustine|
|305.227||491.215||93||305||SR 206 – Hastings, Crescent Beach|
|Vermont Heights||310.923||500.382||94||311||SR 207 – Palatka, St. Augustine Beach|
|317.560||511.063||95||318||SR 16 (Charles Usinas Highway) – Green Cove Springs, St. Augustine|
|323.250||520.220||95A||323||International Golf Parkway|
|329.143||529.704||96||329||CR 210 – Green Cove Springs, Ponte Vedra Beach|
||Jacksonville||335.306||539.623||—||335||St. Augustine Road|
|337.232||542.722||97||337||I-295 (SR 9A) – Orange Park, Jacksonville Beaches|
|338.530||544.811||98||339||US 1 (Philips Highway, SR 5)|
|339.342||546.118||99||340||SR 115 (Southside Boulevard)||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|341.263||549.210||100||341||SR 152 (Baymeadows Road)|
|343.594||552.961||101||344||SR 202 (Butler Boulevard) – Jacksonville Beaches|
|345.420||555.900||103||346||SR 109 (University Boulevard)||Signed as exits 346A (east) and 346B (west); previously signed as exits 103A and 103B accordingly; northbound exit is via exit 345|
US 1 Alt. / SR 126 (Emerson Street)
|348.694||561.169||105||348||US 1 south (Philips Highway, SR 5 south)||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|349.060||561.758||106||349||US 90 east (SR 10 east) – Jacksonville Beaches||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|349.492||562.453||107||350A||Riverside Avenue (SR 228 via SR 13 north), Mary Street, Prudential Drive (SR 13 south), Main Street (US 1 north, US 90 west, SR 5 north, SR 10 west)||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|349.833||563.002||108||350B||San Marco Boulevard||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|Fuller Warren Bridge over St. Johns River|
|351.234||565.256||109||351A||Park Street||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|351.234||565.256||111||351B||I-10 west (SR 8 west) / US 17 south – Lake City, Orange Park||South end of US 17 overlap|
|351.234||565.256||112||351C||Stockton Street||Northbound exit is via exit 351B; southbound exit was formerly separate (as exit 351D) but is now via exit 351A|
|352.035||566.545||114||352A||Forest Street||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|352.035||566.545||114A||352B||Forsyth Street||No northbound entrance; southbound exit is via exit 353A|
|352.035||566.545||115||352C||Monroe Street||Southbound exit is via exit 353A|
|352.535||567.350||116||353A||Church Street||Southbound exit only|
US 90 Alt. / US 17 north / US 23 / SR 139 south (Union Street) – Downtown Jacksonville, San Mateo
|North end of US 17 overlap; to Sports Complex|
|352.535||567.350||118||353C||US 23 north (Kings Road) / SR 139 – Edward Waters College|
|353.374||568.700||119||353D||SR 114 (8th Street)|
|353.977||569.671||120||354||US 1 (Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway) – Downtown Jacksonville||Signed as exits 354A (south) and 354B (north); previously signed as exits 120A and 120B accordingly; to Amtrak station|
|354.591||570.659||121||355||SR 122 (Golfair Boulevard)|
|355.890||572.749||122||356||SR 115 north (Lem Turner Road) / SR 117 south (Norwood Avenue)||Signed as exits 356A (south) and 356B (north) northbound; previously signed as exits 122A and 122B accordingly|
|356.666||573.998||123||357||SR 111 (Edgewood Avenue)|
|357.755||575.751||124A||358A||SR 105 (Heckscher Drive, Zoo Parkway) to US 17|
|359.524||578.598||125||360||SR 104 (Dunn Avenue, Busch Drive)|
|361.618||581.968||126||362||I-295 (SR 9A) – Jacksonville Beaches||Signed as exits 362A (I-295 East Beltway) and 362B (I-295 West Beltway); previously signed as exits 126A and 126B accordingly|
|363.155||584.441||127||363||SR 102 (Duval Road) – Jacksonville International Airport||Signed as exits 363A (east) and 363B (west) northbound; previously signed as exits 127A and 127B northbound accordingly|
|365.731||588.587||128||366||Pecan Park Road|
||Hero||372.863||600.065||129||373||SR A1A / SR 200 – Callahan, Yulee, Fernandina Beach|
|Becker||379.481||610.715||130||380||US 17 – Becker, Yulee, Kingsland, GA|
|St. Mary's River
||382.097||614.926||Florida–Georgia state line
I-95 continues into Georgia
See also 
- Hatcher, Tina (July 18, 2011). "Illustrated Interchange Report" (PDF). Florida Department of Transportation. pp. 8–10. Retrieved November 2, 2010.
- Rand McNally (2006). The Road Atlas (Map).[page needed]
- Florida Department of Transportation (September 1972). General Highway Map, Dade County, Florida (Map).
- Construction Public Information Office. "Project Status". The Big I. Florida Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 4, 2010.
- Staff. "Project Schedule". 95 Express. Florida Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 12, 2009.
- "Questions on Expressway? - Here Are Some Answers". The Miami News. December 19, 1956. p. 21A. Retrieved April 16, 2010.
- Droz, Robert V. (December 14, 2006). "The Interstate System: 1959 to the Present". Historic Florida Mainlines.[unreliable source]
- Kern, Arlene. "Florida's New Interstate Exit Numbers for I-95". State Traffic Engineering and Operations Office, Florida Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 18, 2010.
- "Squabbles unnecessary". Boca Raton News. May 10, 1973. p. 4A.
- "Free Roads Vs. Toll: A Secret Stall?". St. Petersburg Times. April 21, 1963. p. 1D.
- "Toll-Free I-95 In State Still A Long Way Off". St. Petersburg Times. November 11, 1967. p. 3B.
- "I-95 'Missing Link' Okayed". Lakeland Ledger. April 19, 1973. p. 4A.
- Nordheimer, Jon (December 18, 1987). "I-95 Journal; Road Completed but Debate Goes On". The New York Times.
- "Gap In I-95 To Close Saturday". Miami Herald. December 13, 1987. p. 1A.
- "Work begins to widen I-95 in North Brevard County". CFN13. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
- Blandford, Laurie K. (July 31, 2009). "Becker Road interchange should make things easier for Port St. Lucie residents". TCPalm (Scripps Interactive Newspapers Group). Retrieved March 9, 2012.
- Walker, Don (October 24, 2011). "Busy stretch closer to smooth sailing". Florida Today (Melbourne, Florida). p. 1A.
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