Road sign for Interstate 95 - MD

Interstate 95 in Maryland

States Overview / Conditions Northbound Exits Southbound Exits

I-95 in Maryland map

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Interstate 95 (I-95) in Maryland is a major highway that runs 109.01 miles (175.43 km) diagonally from southwest to northeast, entering from the District of Columbia and Virginia at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, to Maryland's border with Delaware. It is also the longest interstate highway within Maryland. The route is one of the most traveled Interstate Highways in Maryland, especially between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., despite alternate routes along the corridor, such as the Baltimore–Washington Parkway, U.S. Route 1 (US 1), and US 29. Portions of the highway, including the Fort McHenry Tunnel and the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge, are tolled.

Between the Baltimore city line and the Delaware state line, I-95 is known as the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (formerly the Northeast Expressway but was later renamed after President John F. Kennedy in 1964), which parallels US 40.

Full Wikipedia Topic

Route information
Maintained by MDSHA and MDTA
Length 109.01 mi (175.43 km)
Existed 1963–present
Major junctions
South end I-95 / I-495 at District of Columbia border near Oxon Hill
I-295 near Forest Heights
US 50 near Glenarden
US 1 in College Park
I-495 near College Park

MD 200 Toll in Laurel
I-895 near Baltimore
I-195 near Baltimore
I-695 near Baltimore
I-395 in Baltimore
US 40 in Baltimore
North end I-95 at Delaware border near Elkton
Counties Prince George's, Howard, Baltimore, City of Baltimore, Harford, Cecil

Alpha Release News: see notes.