Interstate 95 in Florida

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Interstate 95

I-95 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length382.15 mi[1] (615.01 km)
HistoryCompleted in December 19, 1987
NHSEntire route
Major junctions
South end US 1 / SR 913 in Miami
Major intersections
North end I-95 in Kingsland, GA
CountryUnited States
CountiesMiami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau
Highway system
SR 94 SR 95
SR 9Florida 9A.svg SR 9B

Interstate 95 (I-95) is the main Interstate Highway of Florida's Atlantic Coast. It begins at a partial interchange with US Highway 1 (US 1) just south of downtown Miami and heads north through Jacksonville, and 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, Port St. Lucie, Titusville, and Daytona Beach.

I-95 runs for 382 miles (615 km), making Florida's portion the longest of any state the Interstate passes through. The southernmost 87 miles (140 km), from exits 1 to 87B, is known as the Miami Memorial Metropolitan (MMM) Expressway. The other 12.848 miles (20.677 km) of which are unsigned as State Road 9A (SR 9A), and the remainder being the unsigned portion of SR 9.[2]

Route description

The southern terminus of I-95 in Greater Downtown Miami. In the background, the roadway lowers to surface level at which point it merges with US 1.
I-95 northbound at the Midtown Interchange in Miami

I-95 begins its northward journey at US 1 near 32nd Road and Vizcaya station 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, I-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.[3]

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 (US 441/SR 7). Just north of 36th Street (US 27/SR 25), at what has been called the 36th Street Interchange,[4] I-95 crosses I-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 express lane 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, US 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 Seaboard–All Florida Railway, used by CSX Transportation for cargo and freight, Tri-Rail for commuter rail, and Amtrak's Silver Star and Silver Meteor lines for intercity rail. At the Golden Glades Interchange, SR 9 merges with I-95, and I-95 is unsigned as SR 9 for the remainder of its length.[2]

North of Miami, I-95 continues on to Fort 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 Boulevard). North of West Palm Beach, I-95 and the Florida's Turnpike literally run right next to each other for 17 miles (27 km) between Donald Ross Road in Jupiter and County Road 713 (CR 713) in Palm City. After the interchange with CR 713, I-95 crosses over the turnpike in an extreme detour through the western reaches of Martin County before heading north toward St. Lucie County. Providing access to the western portions of Port St. Lucie via five interchanges, I-95 eventually crosses over the turnpike a final time just north of the Midway Road (CR 712) interchange. Both freeways eventually go separate ways north of Fort Pierce; I-95 continues directly along the coast; Florida's Turnpike turns west toward Orlando.

A sign for I-95 along SR A1A in Deerfield Beach

Just before the interchange with SR 70 (providing access to the turnpike), the highway widens from three to five lanes in each direction; after the interchange with SR 70, I-95 narrows to four lanes in each direction. I-95 further narrows to three lanes in each direction after its interchange with SR 614. The road soon enters Indian River County and the next major exit is with SR 60 providing access to Vero Beach. The highway soon enters Brevard County and the Space Coast of Florida, continuing past Melbourne, Viera, and Cocoa. The next major junction is SR 528 with access to Cocoa Beach, and Cape Canaveral eastbound and tolled access to Orlando to the west. Continuing north past Titusville, I-95 enters Volusia County and the city of Daytona Beach shortly afterward, where it meets with the eastern terminus of I-4. The highway passes through Flagler and St. Johns counties before it enters Duval County and the city of Jacksonville.

I-95's southbound HOV lane over the Golden Glades Interchange heading toward Miami

About five miles (8.0 km) north of the St. Johns–Duval county border, I-95 intersects the I-295 beltway at its southern end 14 miles (23 km) south of central Jacksonville, with I-95 continuing north. The Interstate passes 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 (1.6 km) 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.[5] From here to exit 353B, it is concurrent with US 17 and its unsigned designation SR 15.[2] The stretch from here in Downtown Jacksonville south past the southern interchange with the Jacksonville Beltway, I-295, can be very congested during morning and evening rush hours, with traffic often grinding to a halt. Well over 100,000 cars use this section per day, with even higher traffic counts in some areas.[6] I-95 intersects I-295 again at exit 362, 11 miles (18 km) north of Downtown Jacksonville. Just north of the northern I-295 interchange, I-95 provides access to Jacksonville International Airport. From this point, I-95 continues north toward Nassau County with an exit for SR A1A and then into Georgia, just north of milemarker 380.

Express lanes

During rush hour, even the variable toll express lanes can become congested.

The current high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes in both directions between I-395 in Miami and Broward Boulevard (SR 842) in Northern Miami and Fort Lauderdale are converted to HOV lanes, with two lanes in each direction. Prices vary based on congestion and peak hours and tolls are collected electronically, while registered travelers with three or more passengers and hybrid vehicles can drive the toll lanes for free. Both high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes have been completed in both directions from I-395 to the Golden Glades Interchange (including toll gantries).[7]


I-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".[8] Most of the construction was focussed between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach in the early 1960s. Construction of the Fuller Warren Bridge cut off the historically Black Jacksonville neighborhood called Brooklyn.[9] At the end of the decade, the highway was complete from US 17, just south of the Georgia state line to I-4 in Daytona Beach (Georgia had not completed their portion of I-95 at the time of Florida's completion). The segment from Fort Lauderdale to Miami was complete by 1970. By 1976, most of the highway was complete from the Georgia state line to Fort Pierce as well as Palm Beach Gardens to Miami.

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.[10]

Missing Treasure Coast Link

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

The Bureau of Public Roads approved an I-95 alignment that used 41 miles (66 km) of Florida's Turnpike from PGA Boulevard (SR 786) in Palm Beach Gardens north to SR 70 in Fort Pierce in the 1950s.[11][12] In the mid-1960s, the State Road Department authorized traffic counts be conducted to determine if the separation of I-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.[13] I-95 was given a separate alignment from Florida's Turnpike in 1973.[14]

I-95 as it goes through Fort Lauderdale

Over time, the Interstate adopted a separate route closer to US 1, running 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.[15] This section opened to traffic on December 19, 1987, with I-95 running uninterrupted from Miami to the state line.[16]

Exit list


CountyLocationmi[2]kmOld exit[10]New exit[2]DestinationsNotes
US 1 south (South Dixie Highway) – Key West
Southern terminus of I-95 and south terminus of US 1 concurrency; to Dadeland Mall
0.4690.75511A SR 913 (Rickenbacker Causeway / Southwest 26th Road) – Key BiscayneSouthbound exit and northbound entrance; to Vizcaya, Miami Seaquarium, Miami Marine Stadium, MAST Academy, Virginia Key Beach Park, Crandon Park & Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
1.5582.50721B US 41 (Southwest 8th-7th Streets) / to Brickell Avenue
US 1 north (Biscayne Boulevard via SR 970 east) – Downtown Miami
Shared ramp with exit 2C on I-95 south; north end of US 1 concurrency; To Bayside, PAC & American Airlines Arena
2.0263.2613A2CMiami Avenue – DowntownNo northbound exit
SR 925 (Northwest 2nd & 8th Streets) – Port of Miami, Marlins Park, ArenaSigned as 2B / 2nd Street (Northbound) & 3B / 8th Street (Southbound)
I-395 east (SR 836) – Miami Beach
Midtown Interchange; To Bayside, PAC, American Airlines Arena, Science Museum, Planetarium, MacArthur Causeway, Port of Miami, Jungle Island, Miami Children's Museum & Miami Seaplane Base; exit 1 on I-395
SR 836 west (Dolphin Expressway) – Miami International Airport, UM / Jackson VA Hospitals
To Miami International Mall and Dolphin Mall
4.3[17]6.9Express LanesSouthern terminus of express lanes

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; exit 1 on I-195; To US 27 & Julia Tuttle Causeway
6.22710.02186ANorthwest 62nd Street (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard)
6.60810.6359A6BNorthwest 69th StreetSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
West Little River7.32911.79597 SR 934 (Northwest 79th / 81st Streets)
8.28513.333108ANorthwest 95th Street (Rev. Dr. A. Jackson Jr. Boulevard)
8.79414.153118B SR 932 (Northwest 103rd Street)
9.79915.770129 SR 924 (Northwest 119th Street)Northbound exit and southbound entrance
North Miami10.17616.3771310A SR 922 (Northwest 125th Street) – North Miami, Bal Harbour
10.85417.4681410B SR 916 (Northwest 135th Street / Opa-Locka Boulevard)
Golden Glades11.82719.0341511Northwest 151st StreetNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
Express LanesSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
Florida's Turnpike / SR 826 west (Palmetto Expressway) to Florida's Turnpike Extension
Golden Glades Interchange; southbound exit via exit 12
SR 826 east – North Miami Beach

US 441 south (SR 7) / SR 9 south
North end of SR 9A; south end of SR 9 overlap; southbound exit and northbound entrance
US 441 north (SR 7)
Northbound exit and southbound entrance; Golden Glades Interchange
North Miami Beach13.9[17]22.4Express LanesNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
14.37723.1381914 SR 860 (Miami Gardens Drive)
Express LanesSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
Ives EstatesOjus line16.57426.6732016 Northeast 203rd Street / Ives Dairy Road (CR 854)To Aventura Mall
BrowardHallandale BeachPembroke Park line18.02529.0082118 SR 858 (Hallandale Beach Boulevard)
Express LanesNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
Hallandale BeachPembroke Park
Hollywood tripoint
18.79430.2462219 SR 824 (Pembroke Road)
Hollywood19.81631.8912320 SR 820 (Hollywood Boulevard)To Pembroke Lakes Mall
21.38434.4142421 SR 822 (Sheridan Street)
HollywoodDania Beach line22.41636.0752522 SR 848 (Stirling Road)
Express LanesSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
Dania BeachFort Lauderdale line23.43337.7122623 SR 818 (Griffin Road)
Fort LauderdaleHollywood
Dania Beach tripoint

I-595 to Florida's Turnpike / I-75 / SR 869 – Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Rainbow Interchange; signed with/as exit 26 southbound; exits 10A-B on I-595
Fort Lauderdale25.24540.6282725 SR 84 (Marina Mile Boulevard)
25.46340.979South Fork New River Bridge
26.50042.6482826 SR 736 (Davie Boulevard)Former exit 26C-D southbound
Express LanesNorthern terminus of express lanes
27.53144.3072927 SR 842 (Broward Boulevard) – Downtown Fort LauderdaleTo Broward Mall
Amtrak/Tri-Rail Park-Ride
28.55345.9523029 SR 838 (Sunrise Boulevard)Signed as exits 29A (east) and 29B (west) northbound; To Galleria Fort Lauderdale and Sawgrass Mills
Oakland Park30.71349.42831 SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard)Signed as exits 31A (east) and 31B (west) northbound
32.33952.04532 SR 870 (Commercial Boulevard)To Holy Cross Hospital
33.55353.99833 Cypress Creek Road (CR 840)Signed as exits 33A (east) and 33B (west) northbound
Pompano Beach35.63557.3493436 SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard)Signed as exits 36A (east) and 36B (west) southbound; to Coral Square
37.69460.6633538Copans RoadSigned as exits 38A (east) and 38B (west) southbound; to Pompano Citi Centre
Pompano BeachDeerfield Beach line38.84062.5073639 SR 834 (Sample Road)To Butterfly World and Tradewinds & Atlantic Railroad
Deerfield Beach40.92265.85836C41

SR 869 (Southwest 10th Street) to SR 869 / I-75
41.88367.4043742 SR 810 (Hillsboro Boulevard)Signed as exits 42A (east) and 42B (west) northbound (formerly exits 37A-B)
Palm BeachBoca Raton44.13071.0203844 Palmetto Park Road (CR 798)To Sugar Sand Park
45.36173.0013945 SR 808 (Glades Road)Reconstructed from an A4 partial cloverleaf interchange into a diverging diamond interchange which opened on January 30, 2023,[18] to Boca Raton Regional Hospital and Town Center Mall
46.975.548A SR 800 (Spanish River Boulevard) / FAU BoulevardOpened May 1, 2018; to Florida Atlantic University[19][20]
47.81876.9564048B SR 794 (Yamato Road)Formerly signed as exits 48A (east) and 48B (west) northbound
49.67779.94740C50 Congress Avenue (CR 807)
Delray Beach50.96982.0274151 Linton Boulevard (CR 782)
52.50984.5054252 SR 806 (Atlantic Avenue)
Boynton Beach56.34490.6774356 Woolbright Road (CR 792)
57.33992.2784457 SR 804 (Boynton Beach Boulevard)To Boynton Beach Mall
58.85394.71544C59Gateway Boulevard
Lantana60.34397.1134560Hypoluxo Road
61.37798.7774661 Lantana Road (CR 812)To HCA Florida JFK Hospital
Lake Worth Beach62.868101.17647636th Avenue South
64.178103.284486410th Avenue North
West Palm Beach66.087106.3574966 SR 882 (Forest Hill Boulevard)To The Mall at Wellington Green
67.539108.6935068 US 98 / SR 80 (Southern Boulevard)To Palm Beach Zoo and South Florida Science Museum
68.558110.3335169 Belvedere Road – Palm Beach International AirportSigned as exits 69A (Belvedere Road) and 69B (Airport) southbound
69.760112.2685270 SR 704 (Okeechobee Boulevard) – Downtown West Palm BeachTo Rosemary Square
71.015114.2885371 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard (CR 716)To Good Samaritan Medical Center
73.799118.7685474 45th Street (CR 702)
Riviera Beach75.549121.5845576 SR 708 (Blue Heron Boulevard)
Palm Beach Gardens77.307124.4145677 Northlake Boulevard (CR 809A)
79.503127.9485779 SR 786 (PGA Boulevard)Signed as exits 79A (east) and 79B (west) northbound; to The Gardens Mall, Legacy Place and Downtown Palm Beach Gardens
79.904128.59357C79C Military Trail south (CR 809)Southbound exit and northbound entrance
Central BoulevardProposed interchange[21]
Palm Beach GardensJupiter line82.909133.4295883Donald Ross Road
Jupiter86.704139.5375987 SR 706 (Indiantown Road) / Florida's Turnpike – Okeechobee, Jupiter, Orlando, West Palm BeachSigned as exits 87A (east) and 87B (west) (formerly 59A-B) To Harbourside Place
Martin96.064154.6006096 CR 708 – Hobe Sound
100.836162.28061101 SR 76 – Stuart, Indiantown
Palm City102.435164.85361C102 CR 713 (High Meadow Avenue)
110.253177.43562110 CR 714 / SR 714 (Martin Highway)
St. LuciePort St. Lucie113.662182.921114Becker RoadOpened July 30, 2009[10][22]
117.745189.49263118Gatlin Boulevard / Tradition ParkwayFormer SR 716
119.977193.084120Crosstown ParkwayOpened March 28, 2009[10]
121.195195.04463C121St. Lucie West Boulevard
125.593202.12264126 CR 712 (Midway Road)
Fort Pierce128.858207.37765129
SR 70 (Okeechobee Road) to Florida's Turnpike – Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Okeechobee
131.089210.96766131 SR 68 (Orange Avenue)Signed as exits 131A (east) and 131B (west) (previously 66A-B); To SR 713 and Treasure Coast International Airport
137.561221.38367138 SR 614 (Indrio Road)
Indian RiverWest Vero Corridor146.825236.29268147 SR 60 – Vero Beach, Lake Wales
Fellsmere155.960250.99369156 CR 512 – Fellsmere, Sebastian
Brevard166.000267.151166St. John's Heritage Parkway SEDiverging diamond interchange; opened August 11, 2020[23]
Palm Bay173.166278.68470173 SR 514 (Malabar Road) – Palm Bay, MalabarTo Palm Bay Hospital
Palm BayWest Melbourne line176.163283.50770A176 CR 516 (Palm Bay Road) – Palm Bay
180.561290.58571180 US 192 (SR 500 (New Haven Avenue)) – West Melbourne, Melbourne, St. Cloud, Kissimmee
West Melbourne182.000292.901182 Ellis Road  – West Melbourne, Melbourne, Melbourne Orlando International AirportOpened June 2, 2020[24]
183.430295.20272183 SR 518 (Eau Gallie Boulevard) – Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach
188.447303.276188 SR 404 (Pineda Causeway) – Patrick Space Force Base, Satellite BeachOpened May 11, 2011[10]
Viera191.074307.50473191 CR 509 (Wickham Road) – Viera
193311193Viera Boulevard — VieraDiverging diamond interchange; opened July 1, 2019[25]
Rockledge195.707314.96074195 SR 519 (Fiske Boulevard) – Rockledge, Viera
Cocoa201.373324.07875201 SR 520 (King Street) – Cocoa Historic District, Cocoa Beach
202.545325.96576202 SR 524 – Cocoa
205.323330.43577205 SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) – Port Canaveral, Orlando, Cape CanaveralSigned as 205A (East) and 205B (West); Exits 42A-B on SR 528; to Orlando International Airport, Orlando Sanford International Airport, Disney World, SeaWorld, Universal Orlando, Orange County Convention Center & Kennedy Space Center
208.222335.10177C208Port St. John
Titusville211.846340.93378212 SR 407 (Challenger Memorial Parkway) – Kennedy Space Center, OrlandoOrlando not signed northbound
215.542346.88179215 SR 50 (Cheney Hwy) – Titusville, Orlando
219.990354.04080220 SR 406 (Garden Street) – Titusville Historic DistrictTo Parrish Medical Center
Mims223.619359.88081223 SR 46 – Sanford, MimsTo Parrish Medical Center
231.192372.06782231 CR 5A – Oak Hill, Scottsmoor
VolusiaEdgewater244.056392.77083244 SR 442 – Edgewater, Oak Hill
New Smyrna Beach248.901400.56784249 SR 44 – DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, WildwoodSigned as exits 249A (east) and 249B (west) southbound (previously 84A-B)
Port Orange255.889411.81385256 SR 421 – Port Orange
Daytona Beach260.441419.13986260

I-4 west (SR 400 west) / SR 400 east – Orlando, South Daytona
Signed as exits 260A (east) and 260B (west) (formerly 86A-B); eastern terminus of I-4
260C US 92 east (SR 600) – Daytona BeachExit renumbered in 2019 as part of the Systems Interchange project;[26] access to Daytona Beach International Airport, Halifax Health Medical Center and Daytona International Speedway
265.220426.83087C265 CR 4019 (LPGA Boulevard) – Holly Hill, Daytona Beach
Ormond Beach267.885431.11988268 SR 40 – Ormond Beach, Ocala
273.461440.09389273 US 1 – Ormond Beach, Bunnell
Flagler278.348447.95890278 CR 2002 (Old Dixie Highway)
Palm Coast283.599456.40891284 SR 100 – Bunnell, Flagler Beach
289.396465.73891C289 CR 1424 (Palm Coast Parkway) – Palm Coast
293472293Matanzas Woods Parkway – Palm CoastOpened March 28, 2016[27]
St. Johns298.008479.59792298 US 1 – St. Augustine, Bunnell
305.179491.13893305 SR 206 – Hastings, Crescent Beach
310.875500.30594311 SR 207 – St. Augustine Beach, PalatkaTo Flagler Hospital
317.512510.98695318 SR 16 – St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs
323.202520.14395A323International Golf Parkway
329.095529.62796329 CR 210 – Ponte Vedra Beach, Green Cove Springs

I-795 / SR 9B to CR 2209 / I-295 north – Jacksonville Beaches
Opened June 13, 2016; SR 9B exit 4; future I-795
335.258539.545335 Old St. Augustine RoadTo Baptist Medical Center South
I-295 (SR 9A) to I-10 – Orange Park, Jacksonville Beaches
I-295 exit 61
338.482544.73498339 US 1 (Philips Highway)Serves The Avenues
339.294546.04199340 SR 115 (Southside Boulevard)Northbound exit and southbound entrance from southbound Southside Boulevard only
341.215549.132100341 SR 152 (Baymeadows Road)
343.546552.884101344 SR 202 (Butler Boulevard) – Jacksonville BeachesTo St. Vincent's Medical Center Southside
To Bowden Road (University Boulevard) / SR 109
Northbound exit and southbound entrance
345.372555.822103346 SR 109 (University Boulevard)Southbound exit and northbound entrance; signed as exits 346A (east) and 346B (west) (formerly 103A-B)
US 1 Alt. (Emerson Street / SR 126)
US 1 south (Philips Highway)
Southbound exit to southbound Phillips Highway, northbound entrance from northbound Phillips Highway
US 90 east (SR 10) – Jacksonville Beaches
Southbound exit and northbound entrance; south end of SR 10 concurrency (northbound)
349.444562.376107350A US 1 (SR 5) / US 90 (SR 10) / Acosta Bridge, Riverside Avenue, Mary Street, Main Street Bridge, Prudential Drive, Ocean Street (SR 13)Northbound exit and southbound entrance; north end of SR 10 concurrency (northbound)
349.785562.924108350BGary St TO Palm Ave, San Marco BoulevardSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
Fuller Warren Bridge over St. Johns River
351.0[17]564.9109351APark StreetNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
I-10 west (US 17 south / SR 15 south / SR 228 west) – Lake City
South end of US 17 / SR 15 / SR 228 concurrency; southbound has separate exits for I-10 (351A-B), with 352D used to collector/distributor roads; eastern terminus of I-10
351.186565.179111351CMargaret StreetFormer southbound exit
351CStockton StreetSouthbound exit and northbound entrance
351.40[17]565.52113352AForest Street / Riverside Avenue – Convention CenterSouthbound exit and northbound entrance; exit 352A also signed from ramp from I-10 east to I-95 north
351.987566.468114352BForsyth Street – Convention CenterNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
352.18[17]566.78115352CMonroe Street – Downtown JacksonvilleSouthbound exit is via exit 353A
352.25[17]566.89116353AChurch Street / Myrtle Avenue / Forsyth StreetSouthbound exit only
352.487567.273117353BUnion Street (US 17 north / US 23 south / SR 228 east) / Beaver Street (US 90) – Downtown Jacksonville, Sports ComplexNorth end of US 17 / SR 228 concurrency
US 23 north (Kings Road) – Edward Waters College
353.326568.623119353D SR 114 (8th Street)To UF Health Jacksonville
353.929569.594120354 US 1 (M.L. King Jr. Parkway / SR 15 north / SR 115 south) – AmtrakNorth end of SR 15 concurrency; south end of SR 115 concurrency; signed as exits 354A (south) and 354B (north) (previously 120A-B)
354.543570.582121355Golfair Boulevard (SR 122)

SR 115 north (Lem Turner Road) / SR 117 south (Norwood Avenue)
North end of SR 115 concurrency; signed as exits 356A (south) and 356B (north) northbound (previously 122A-B)
356.618573.921123357 SR 111 (Edgewood Avenue)
Trout River Bridge over Trout River
SR 105 (Zoo Parkway / Heckscher Drive) to US 17
Broward Road
Signed as 358A (SR 105) and 358B (Broward Road); additional southbound entrance from Clark Road
359.450578.479125360 SR 104 (Dunn Avenue) / Busch Drive
361.544581.849126362 I-295 (SR 9A) – Jaxport Terminals, Jacksonville BeachesSigned as exits 362A (east) and 362B (west) (previously 126A-B); I-295 exit 35
363.081584.322127363 Airport Road (SR 102) / Max Leggett Parkway – Jacksonville International AirportSigned as exits 363A (east) and 363B (west) northbound (formerly 127A-B)
365.657588.468128366 SR 243 (Pecan Park Road)
Nassau372.789599.946129373 SR 200 / SR A1A – Callahan, Fernandina BeachDiverging diamond interchange; implemented November 15, 2020
379.407610.596130380 US 17 (SR 5)
St. Mary's River382.009614.784
I-95 north (SR 405) – Savannah
Continuation into Georgia
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Express lanes

Express lanes begin in Downtown Miami and are planned to extend as far north as Jupiter. All exits are unnumbered.

I-95 south – Downtown Miami
Southern terminus of express lanes

SR 112 west – Miami International Airport
Southbound exit and northbound entrance
Golden Glades Florida's Turnpike / SR 826Access via local lanes
Park & Ride, Express BusesNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
Ives EstatesOjus lineIves Dairy RoadAccess via local lanes
BrowardDania Beach I-595 / Broward Boulevard – Fort Lauderdale Airport, Port EvergladesAccess via local lanes; current northern terminus
Fort Lauderdale

I-595 Express west[28]
Future direct interchange (phase 3C)[28]
SR 842 (Broward Boulevard) – Park & Ride[28]Future direct interchange (phase 3A)[28]
Oakland Park SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard)[28]Future access via local lanes (phase 3A)[28]
Cypress Creek Road[28]Southbound exit and northbound entrance via local lanes (phase 3A)[28]
Deerfield BeachSouthwest 10th Street to Sawgrass Expressway[28]Northbound exit and southbound entrance; northern terminus of phase 3A[28]
Palm BeachBoca Raton SR 808 (Glades Road)[28]Future access via local lanes (phase 3B)[28]
Congress AvenueFuture northern terminus of phase 3B[28]
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Auxiliary routes

See also


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  8. ^ "Questions on Expressway? - Here Are Some Answers". The Miami News. December 19, 1956. p. 21A. Retrieved April 16, 2010.
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  12. ^ "Free Roads Vs. Toll: A Secret Stall?". St. Petersburg Times. April 21, 1963. p. 1D.
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  14. ^ "I-95 'Missing Link' Okayed". Lakeland Ledger. April 19, 1973. p. 4A.
  15. ^ Nordheimer, Jon (December 18, 1987). "I-95 Journal; Road Completed but Debate Goes On". The New York Times.
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  19. ^ Ruiz, Andrew (February 28, 2018). "Spanish River Boulevard, I-95 interchange opens Wednesday in Boca Raton". WPTV. Retrieved March 11, 2018.
  20. ^ Roustan, Wayne K (May 1, 2018). "Final ramp opens for Spanish River Boulevard Interchange". SunSentinel. Retrieved May 2, 2018.
  21. ^ Susskind, Stephanie (November 14, 2019). "Public meeting Thursday night in Palm Beach Gardens for $61 million I-95/Central Boulevard project". WPTV. Scripps Local Media. Retrieved January 4, 2023.
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  23. ^ Neale, Rick (August 11, 2020). "Palm Bay officials celebrate opening of I-95 St. Johns Heritage Parkway interchange". Florida Today. Melbourne, Florida. pp. 1A. Retrieved August 15, 2020.
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  25. ^ Neale, Rick (June 28, 2019). "Viera Boulevard 'diverging diamond' I-95 interchange opens Monday". Click Orlando, Florida. pp. 1A. Retrieved July 16, 2019.
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  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "95 Express Phase 3, Express Access Points Fact Sheet" (PDF). February 15, 2017. Retrieved January 8, 2020.

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