List of Interstate Highways in Florida
Markers in use for primary Interstates (left) and auxiliary Interstates (right)
|Notes:||State Roads are generally state-maintained.|
|Interstates:||Interstate X (I-X)|
|US Routes:||U.S. Highway X (US X)|
|State:||State Road X (SR X)|
|County:||County Road X (CR X)|
This is a list of Interstate Highways in the State of Florida, which are owned and maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). There are four primary interstate highways and eight auxiliary highways, with a ninth proposed, totaling 1,497.58 miles (2,410.12 km) interstate miles in Florida. The longest interstate is I-75, extending 470.678 miles (757.483 km), and the shortest is I-395, extending just 1.292 miles (2.079 km).
|Number||Length (mi)||Length (km)||Southern or western terminus||Northern or eastern terminus||Formed||Removed||Notes|
|I-4||132.298||212.913||I-275 in Tampa||I-95 in Daytona Beach||1957||current|
|I-10||362.262||583.004||I-10 at Alabama state line||I-95 in Jacksonville||1958||current|
|I-75||470.678||757.483||SR 826 in Hialeah||I-75 at Georgia state line||1958||current|
|I-95||382.083||614.903||US 1 in Miami||I-95 at St. Mary's River||1957||current|
|I-110||6.341||10.205||US 90/US 98 in Pensacola||I-10 north of Pensacola||1969||current|
|I-175||1.440||2.317||I-275 in St. Petersburg||SR 687 in St. Petersburg||1980||current|
|I-275||60.696||97.681||I-75 near Palmetto||I-75 in Wesley Chapel||1973||current|
|I-375||1.340||2.157||I-275 in St. Petersburg||US 19A/SR 595 in St. Petersburg||1979||current|
|I-195||4.424||7.120||I-95/SR 112 in Miami||SR 907A/SR 112 in Miami Beach||1959||current|
|I-295||60.864||97.951||Beltway loop located in Jacksonville||1967||current|
|I-395||1.292||2.079||I-95 in Miami||SR A1A in Miami||1971||current|
|I-595||12.860||20.696||I-75 in Sunrise||Eller Drive in Fort Lauderdale||1990||current|
|I-795||7.5||12.1||I-95 in Jacksonville||I-295 in Jacksonville||proposed||—||Route opened as SR 9B from US 1 to I-295 in 2013|
Rest area security concerns
In 1993, a British tourist was killed at the Jefferson County Rest Area in a botched burglary by teens. As a result, Florida rest stops were either patrolled or closed for at least two years when lawmakers approved cut-backs. A number of rest areas are currently regularly patrolled at night by armed security, often private, due to a resurgence in rest area-related violent crime.
- "Florida Department of Transportation Interchange Report" (PDF). Florida Department of Transportation. July 2012. pp. 1–11. Retrieved January 17, 2014.
- "Route Log and Finder List - Table 3". Federal Highway Administration. January 15, 2014. Retrieved January 17, 2014.
- "Route Log and Finder List - Table 2". Federal Highway Administration. January 15, 2014. Retrieved January 17, 2014.
- Orlando Sentinel: Articles about Rest stop
- Crist: Appeal Denied in British Tourist's I-10 Rest Stop Murder
- "Tourist Killed in Florida, Prompting New Patrols," by Larry Rohter (New York Times; September 15, 1993) retrieved July 5, 2010
- "Highway rest areas no place to let your guard down," by Sofia Santana (South Florida Sun-Sentinel; May 30, 2008) retrieved December 30, 2008