Interstate 10 in Mississippi
|Maintained by MDOT|
|Length:||77.056 mi (124.010 km)|
|West end:||I-10 at Louisiana state line|
|East end:||I-10 at Alabama state line|
|Counties:||Hancock, Harrison, Jackson|
Interstate 10 (I-10) a major east–west Interstate Highway in the southern areas of the United States, has a section of about 77 miles (124 km) in Mississippi.
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I-10 enters the Gulf Coast area of Mississippi from Louisiana after crossing the East Pearl River. The highway parallels U.S. Route 90 to the north as it runs through the southern parts of the three southernmost counties in the state: Hancock, Harrison and Jackson.
After leaving Moss Point, I-10 heads northeastward and enters Alabama after trekking 77 miles (124 km) in the Magnolia State. I-10 contains three lanes from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi to Ocean Springs, Mississippi in both directions.
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Interstate 10 was built in 1982 throughout Mississippi. Interstate 10 was originally completed in Alabama and Louisiana before Mississippi completed its portion. I-10 in Alabama routed onto U.S. Route 90 at the state line, which was the default roadway across southern Mississippi before I-10 was completed. Today, US-90 is not directly accessible from the I-10. When coming from Louisiana, I-10 ended at Mississippi Highway 607 (Exit 2). Today, entering Mississippi from Louisiana, the first twelve miles is the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center easement zone. To this day, I-10 displays the control city of Bay St. Louis from New Orleans, Louisiana and Pascagoula from traveling from Mobile, Alabama. 
|Hancock||||0.0||0.0||I-10 west – New Orleans||Continuation into Louisiana|
|||2.8||4.5||2||MS 607 – NASA John C. Stennis Space Center, Waveland|
|||13.7||22.0||13||MS 43 / MS 603 – Bay St. Louis, Kiln, Picayune|
|Harrison||20.7||33.3||20||Kiln Delisle Road|
|||24.7||39.8||24||Firetower Road / Menge Avenue|
|||28.3||45.5||28||Country Farm Road|
|34.2||55.0||34||US 49 – Gulfport, Hattiesburg||Signed as exits 34A (south) and 34B (north)|
|38.0||61.2||38||MS 605 (Lorraine-Cowan Road) – Bernard Bayou Industrial District|
|41.9||67.4||41||Old Mississippi 67 - Woolmarket|
|Biloxi||44.3||71.3||44||Cedar Lake Road – Coast Coliseum|
|46.6||75.0||46|| I-110 south / MS 67 north / MS 15 north – Biloxi, Saucier, Keesler AFB
Galleria Parkway, Lamey Bridge Road
|I-110 exits 4A-B; signed as exits 46A (Galleria Boulevard), 46B (I-110 south, Biloxi, Kessler AFB), 46C (MS 15/MS 67), and 46D (Lamey Bridge Road) on collector-distributor lanes; eastbound exit and westbound entrance to Galleria Boulevard (half diverging diamond interchange); westbound exit and eastbound entrance to Lamey Bridge Road|
|Jackson||Ocean Springs||49.8||80.1||50||MS 609 south – Ocean Springs|
|||57.5||92.5||57||MS 57 – Vancleave, Gautier, Ocean Springs|
|Gautier||61.4||98.8||61||Gautier Vancleave Road – Gautier, Vancleave|
|Moss Point||68.0||109.4||68||MS 613 – Moss Point, Pascagoula|
|69.0||111.0||69||MS 63 – East Moss Point, East Pascagoula|
|Pascagoula||75.8||122.0||75||Franklin Creek Road|
|||77.0||123.9||I-10 east – Mobile||Continuation into Alabama|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Mississippi Public Roads Selected Statistics" (PDF). Mississippi Department of Transportation. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-12-03. Retrieved 2010-06-03.
- "What's with Pascagoula anyway? – On The Road". www.aaroads.com. Retrieved 2017-03-06.
- Google (2014-07-27). "Overview map of I-10 in Mississippi" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2014-07-27.
Route map: Google
- Media related to Interstate 10 in Mississippi at Wikimedia Commons
- Interstate 10 - Mississippi (AARoads.com)
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