Interstate 89 serves the New England states of New Hampshire and Vermont, connecting Concord, Lebanon, Montpelier, and Burlington. It spends much of its length following an east-west track despite its north-south numbering.
(Mileage in state)
Route Log & Finder List
|Southern End of
|New Hampshire 120|
|Northern End of
For more pictures of Interstate 89 from a particular state, click on the state below.
|Interstate 89 South at Exit 19 - U.S. 4/New Hampshire 10 - Lebanon/West Lebanon. New Hampshire 10 southbound begins a 15-mile duplex with Interstate 89 here. (Photo taken 7/9/05)|
|Interstate 89 North as it prepares to cross the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge over the Connecticut River into Vermont after 61 miles in New Hampshire. The Interstate 91 junction is just west of the river crossing. (Photo taken 7/9/05)|
|Interstate 89 North at Interstate 91 North - White River Junction. No exit numbers are given on Interstate 89 for the modified cloverleaf interchange. (Photo taken 7/9/05)|
Interstate 89 Exit Guide (C.C. Slater)
Interstate 89 New Hampshire @ NorthEastRoads.com (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)
Interstate 89 Vermont @ NorthEastRoads.com (Andy Field/Alex Nitzman)
Page created: January 19, 2006
Last updated: January 19, 2006