Interstate 95 in Florida

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This article is about the section of Interstate 95 in Florida. For the entire length of the highway, see Interstate 95.

Interstate 95 marker

Interstate 95
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 382.009 mi[1] (614.784 km)
Existed: 1957 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 1 in Miami
  I‑595 in Fort Lauderdale
US 98 / SR 80 in West Palm Beach
SR 528 in Cocoa
I‑4 in Daytona Beach
I‑10 in Jacksonville
North end: I‑95 towards Savannah, GA
Location
Counties: Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau
Highway system
SR 94 SR 95
SR 9 Florida 9A.svg SR 9B

Interstate 95 (I-95) is the main Interstate Highway on the east coast of the United States; its southernmost segment 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 near Becker. The route also passes through the cities of Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Titusville.

Interstate 95 runs for 382 miles (615 km), the southernmost 12.848 miles (20.677 km) of which are unsigned as State Road 9A, and the remainder being the unsigned portion of State Road 9.[1]

Route description[edit]

Interstate 95 northbound at the Midtown Interchange in Miami

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.[2]

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,[3] 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.[1]

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.

Interstate 95's southbound HOV Lane over the Golden Glades Interchange heading towards Miami

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.[4] From here to exit 353B, it is concurrent with US 1 and its unsigned designation SR 5.[1] 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 lanes[edit]

The current HOV lanes in both directions between I-395 in Miami and Miami Gardens Drive (SR 860) In Northern Miami 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).[5]

History[edit]

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."[6] 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 Interstate 4 in Daytona Beach (Georgia had not completed their portion of I-95 at the time of Florida's completion). The segment from Ft. Lauderdale to Miami was complete by 1970. By 1976, most of the highway was complete from the Georgia State Line to Ft. Pierce as well as Palm Beach Gardens to Miami.[7]

Remnant of sequential exit numbering, on the ramp from the southbound express lanes to SR 112 west

In 2002, I-95, along with most of Florida's interstates, switched over from a sequential exit numbering system to a mileage based exit numbering system.[8]

Missing Treasure Coast Link[edit]

Interstate 95 southbound lanes at the Lantana Road interchange, with northbound lanes to the right

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.[9][10] 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.[11] Interstate 95 was given a separate alignment from Florida's Turnpike in 1973.[12]

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.[13] This section opened to traffic on December 19, 1987, with I-95 running uninterrupted from Miami to the state line.[14]

Future[edit]

Interstate 95 as it goes through Fort Lauderdale

The interstate is being widened in all of the stretches that have not seen expansion to at least six lanes.

Between the St. Lucie/Indian River County Line and Exit 147 (SR 60), the road is being expanded from four to six lanes, with expected completion date of fall 2014.[citation needed]

Between Exit 147 (SR 60) and the Indian River/Brevard County Line, the road is being expanded from four to six lanes, with expected completion in early 2016.[citation needed]

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.[citation needed] Construction crews have begun the work on this portion on October 30, 2012 with expected completion in May 2016.[15]

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 29 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, which started in November 2014 at a cost of $94 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.[citation needed]

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 dangerous[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.[citation needed] This project also started in November 2014 and is being combined with the widening project between mile markers 249 and 260; this construction project will cost $164 million.[citation needed]

Exit list[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Old exit[8] New exit[1] Destinations Notes
Miami-Dade Miami 0.000 0.000 US 1 south (SR 5) Southern terminus; south end of concurrency with US 1 / SR 5
0.469 0.755 1 1A Rickenbacker Causeway (via SR 913) – 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
2.026 3.261 3 2A US 1 north (Biscayne Boulevard / SR 5 via SR 970) – Downtown Miami Shares ramp with Exit 2C on I-95 south; north end of concurrency with US 1 / SR 5
2.026 3.261 3A 2C Miami Avenue – Downtown No northbound exit
2.3[16] 3.7 4 2B Northwest 2nd Street – Arena (SR 925 north) Northbound exit and southbound entrance
2.7[16] 4.3 5A 3B Northwest 8th Street – Port of Miami, Marlins Park (SR 925 south) Southbound exit and northbound entrance
3.186 5.127 5 2D I‑395 east (SR 836) – Miami Beach Midtown Interchange; To MacArthur Causeway; I-395 exit 1
3.186 5.127 6 3A SR 836 west – Miami International Airport, UM / Jackson VA Hospitals
4.3[16] 6.9 Express Lanes northbound exit and southbound entrance
4.844 7.796 7 4 I‑195 east (SR 112 east) / SR 112 west – Miami Beach, Miami International Airport Signed as exits 4A (east) and 4B (west) northbound; to Julia Tuttle Causeway; I-195 exit 1
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 / 81st Streets)
  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)
Golden Glades 11.827 19.034 15 11 Northwest 151st Street Northbound exit and southbound entrance
12.4[16] 20.0 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 12 US 441 south (SR 7) / 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
North Miami Beach 13.1[16] 21.1 18 12C US 441 north (SR 7) Northbound exit and southbound entrance; part of the Golden Glades Interchange
13.9[16] 22.4 Express Lanes southbound exit and northbound entrance
14.377 23.138 19 14 SR 860 (Miami Gardens Drive)
  16.574 26.673 20 16 Northeast 203rd Street / Ives Dairy Road (CR 854)
Broward Hallandale Beach / Pembroke Park 18.025 29.008 21 18 SR 858 (Hallandale Beach Boulevard)
Hallandale Beach / Pembroke Park
Hollywood
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)
Hollywood
Dania Beach
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 (SR 862) – Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 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 Boulevard)
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 (CR 840) 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
Palm Beach Boca Raton 44.130 71.020 38 44 Palmetto Park Road (CR 798)
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
49.677 79.947 40C 50 Congress Avenue (CR 807)
Delray Beach 50.969 82.027 41 51 Linton Boulevard (CR 782)
52.509 84.505 42 52 SR 806 (Atlantic Avenue)
Boynton Beach 56.344 90.677 43 56 Woolbright Road (CR 792)
57.339 92.278 44 57 SR 804 (Boynton Beach Boulevard) To the Boynton Beach Mall
58.853 94.715 44C 59 Gateway Boulevard
Lantana 60.343 97.113 45 60 Hypoluxo Road
61.377 98.777 46 61 Lantana Road (CR 812)
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 (CR 716)
73.799 118.768 54 74 45th Street (CR 702)
Riviera Beach 75.549 121.584 55 76 SR 708 (Blue Heron Boulevard)
Palm Beach Gardens 77.307 124.414 56 77 Northlake Boulevard (CR 809A)
79.503 127.948 57 79 SR 786 (PGA Boulevard) Signed as exits 79A (east) and 79B (west) northbound. To The Gardens Mall
79.904 128.593 57C 79C Military Trail south (CR 809) Southbound exit and northbound entrance
Palm Beach Gardens
Jupiter
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
Martin   96.064 154.600 60 96 CR 708 – Hobe Sound
  100.836 162.280 61 101 SR 76 – Stuart, Indiantown
Palm City 102.435 164.853 61C 102 CR 713 (High Meadow Avenue)
  110.253 177.435 62 110 CR 714 / SR 714 (Martin Highway)
St. Lucie Port St. Lucie 113.662 182.921 113 Becker Road Completed July 30, 2009,[17] after the exit renumbering[8]
117.745 189.492 63 118 Gatlin Boulevard / Tradition Parkway former SR 716
119.977 193.084 120 Crosstown Parkway Opened on March 28, 2009, after the exit renumbering[8]
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) – Fort Pierce
  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)
Indian River   146.825 236.292 68 147 SR 60 – Vero Beach, Lake Wales
Fellsmere 155.960 250.993 69 156 CR 512 – Fellsmere, Sebastian
Brevard Palm Bay 173.166 278.684 70 173 SR 514 (Malabar Road) – Palm Bay, Malabar
Palm Bay
West Melbourne
176.163 283.507 70A 176 CR 516 (Palm Bay Road) – Palm Bay
West Melbourne 180.561 290.585 71 180 US 192 (SR 500) – West Melbourne, Melbourne 2011 daily traffic between US 192 and Malabar Road was 48,500 vehicles[18]
Melbourne 183.430 295.202 72 183 SR 518 (Eau Gallie Boulevard) – Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach
  188.447 303.276 188 SR 404 (Pineda Causeway) – Patrick AFB, Satellite Beach Opened May 11, 2011, after the exit renumbering[8]
Viera 191.074 307.504 73 191 CR 509 (Wickham Road) – Viera
Rockledge 195.707 314.960 74 195 SR 519 (Fiske Boulevard) – Rockledge, Viera
Cocoa 201.373 324.078 75 201 SR 520 – Cocoa Historic District, Cocoa Beach 2011 daily traffic between SR 520 and US 192 was 78,000 vehicles[18]
202.545 325.965 76 202 SR 524 – Cocoa
205.323 330.435 77 205A-B SR 528 / SR 528 – Port Canaveral, Orlando 2011 daily traffic between SR 520 and SR 528 was 36,500 vehicles[18]
  208.222 335.101 77C 208 Port St. John
Titusville 211.846 340.933 78 212 SR 407 – Kennedy Space Center, Orlando
215.542 346.881 79 215 SR 50 – Titusville, Orlando
219.990 354.040 80 220 SR 406 – Titusville Historic District
  223.619 359.880 81 223 SR 46 – Sanford, Mims
  231.192 372.067 82 231 CR 5A – Oak Hill, Scottsmoor
Volusia Edgewater 244.056 392.770 83 244 SR 442 – Edgewater, Oak Hill
New Smyrna Beach 248.901 400.567 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 255.889 411.813 85 256 SR 421 – Port Orange
Daytona Beach 260.441 419.139 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
261.731 421.215 87 261 US 92 (SR 600) – DeLand, Daytona Beach Signed as exits 261A (east) and 261B (west) southbound; previously signed as exits 87A and 87B accordingly southbound
265.220 426.830 87C 265 Holly Hill, Daytona Beach (CR 4019)
Ormond Beach 267.885 431.119 88 268 SR 40 – Ormond Beach, Ocala
273.461 440.093 89 273 US 1 (SR 5) – Ormond Beach, Bunnell
Flagler   278.348 447.958 90 278 Old Dixie Highway (CR 2002)
Palm Coast 283.599 456.408 91 284 SR 100 – Bunnell, Flagler Beach
289.396 465.738 91C 289 Palm Coast (CR 1424)
St. Johns   298.008 479.597 92 298 US 1 (SR 5) – St. Augustine, Bunnell
  305.179 491.138 93 305 SR 206 – Hastings, Crescent Beach
  310.875 500.305 94 311 SR 207 – St. Augustine Beach, Palatka
  317.512 510.986 95 318 SR 16 – St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs
World Golf Village 323.202 520.143 95A 323 International Golf Parkway
  329.095 529.627 96 329 CR 210 – Ponte Vedra Beach, Green Cove Springs
Duval Jacksonville 335.258 539.545 335 Old St. Augustine Road
337.184 542.645 97 337 I‑295 (SR 9A) to I‑10 – Orange Park, Jacksonville Beaches I-295 exit 61
338.482 544.734 98 339 US 1 (Philips Highway / SR 5)
339.294 546.041 99 340 SR 115 (Southside Boulevard) Northbound exit and southbound entrance
341.215 549.132 100 341 SR 152 (Baymeadows Road)
343.546 552.884 101 344 SR 202 (Butler Boulevard) – Jacksonville Beaches
344.996 555.217 102 345 To SR 109 (University Boulevard) / Bowden Road Northbound exit and southbound entrance
345.372 555.822 103 346 SR 109 (University Boulevard) Southbound exit and northbound entrance; signed as exits 346A (east) and 346B (west); previously signed as exits 103A and 103B accordingly
347.179 558.730 104 347
US 1 Alt. (Emerson Street / SR 126)
348.646 561.091 105 348 US 1 south (Philips Highway / SR 5) Southbound exit and northbound entrance
349.012 561.680 106 349 US 90 east (SR 10) – Jacksonville Beaches Southbound exit and northbound entrance; south end of SR 10 overlap (northbound only)
349.444 562.376 107 350A Acosta Bridge, Riverside Avenue, Mary Street, Main Street Bridge, Prudential Drive, Ocean Street (US 1 / US 90 / SR 5 / SR 10 west / SR 13) Northbound exit and southbound entrance; north end of SR 10 overlap (northbound only)
349.785 562.924 108 350B San Marco Boulevard Southbound exit and northbound entrance
350.175–
350.649[16]
563.552–
564.315
Fuller Warren Bridge over St. Johns River
351.0[16] 564.9 109 351A Park Street Northbound exit and southbound entrance
351.186 565.179 111 351B I‑10 west (US 17 south / SR 8 west / SR 15 south / SR 228 west) – Lake City South end of US 17 / SR 15 / SR 228 overlap; southbound has two separate exits for I-10 (351A and 351B), with 352D used for the exit from the mainline to the C/D road that accesses exits 351C and 351B
351.186 565.179 112 351C Margaret Street former southbound exit
351.186 565.179 113 351C Stockton Street Southbound exit and northbound entrance; formerly exit 351D
351.40[16] 565.52 113 352A Forest Street, Riverside Avenue - Convention Center Southbound exit and northbound entrance; exit 352A also signed from ramp from I-10 east to I-95 north
351.987 566.468 114 352B Forsyth Street - Convention Center Northbound exit and southbound entrance (use exit 353A southbound)
352.18[16] 566.78 115 352C Monroe Street - Downtown Jacksonville No southbound exit (use exit 353A)
352.25[16] 566.89 116 353A Church Street, Myrtle Avenue, Forsyth Street Southbound exit only
352.487 567.273 117 353B Union Street (US 17 north / US 23 south / SR 139 south / SR 228 east), Beaver Street (US 90 / SR 10) - Downtown Jacksonville, Sports Complex North end of US 17 / SR 228 overlap
352.60[16] 567.45 118 353C US 23 north (Kings Road / SR 139 north) – Edward Waters College
353.326 568.623 119 353D SR 114 (8th Street)
353.929 569.594 120 354 US 1 (M.L. King Jr. Parkway / SR 15 north / SR 115 south) – Amtrak North end of SR 15 overlap; south end of SR 115 overlap; signed as exits 354A (south) and 354B (north); previously signed as exits 120A and 120B accordingly
354.543 570.582 121 355 Golfair Boulevard (SR 122)
355.842 572.672 122 356 SR 115 north (Lem Turner Road) / SR 117 south (Norwood Avenue) North end of SR 115 overlap; signed as exits 356A (south) and 356B (north) northbound; previously signed as exits 122A and 122B accordingly
356.618 573.921 123 357 SR 111 (Edgewood Avenue)
357.707 575.674 124A 358A SR 105 (Zoo Parkway / Heckscher Drive) to US 17
357.989 576.127 124B 358B Broward Road
359.450 578.479 125 360 SR 104 (Dunn Avenue) / Busch Drive
361.544 581.849 126 362 I‑295 (SR 9A) – Jaxport Terminals, Jacksonville Beaches Signed as exits 362A (east) and 362B (west); previously signed as exits 126A and 126B accordingly; I-295 exit 35
363.081 584.322 127 363 Airport Road (SR 102) / Max Leggett Parkway – Jacksonville International Airport Signed as exits 363A (east) and 363B (west) northbound; previously signed as exits 127A and 127B northbound accordingly
365.657 588.468 128 366 Pecan Park Road
Nassau   372.789 599.946 129 373 SR 200 / SR A1A – Callahan, Fernandina Beach
Gross 379.407 610.596 130 380 US 17 (SR 5)
St. Mary's River 382.009 614.784 Florida–Georgia state line
I‑95 continues into Georgia
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  9. ^ "Squabbles unnecessary". Boca Raton News. May 10, 1973. p. 4A. 
  10. ^ "Free Roads Vs. Toll: A Secret Stall?". St. Petersburg Times. April 21, 1963. p. 1D. 
  11. ^ "Toll-Free I-95 In State Still A Long Way Off". St. Petersburg Times. November 11, 1967. p. 3B. 
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