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Interstate 91 Vermont
Southbound

Highway Information

Miles 177.38
Counties Traveled
Through
Windham, Windsor,
Orange, Caledonia,
Orleans
Cities Brattleboro, St. Johnsbury,
Newport
Major Junctions Interstate 89
(Exits 10N-S)

Interstate 93
(Exit 19)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
71 (40%)
Southern End of
Interstate Driven
Massachusetts State Line
Northern End of
Interstate Driven
Interstate 89

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Northbound

Southbound

Interstate 91 South
Interstate 91 South at Exit 10S - Interstate 89 South - Airport/New Hampshire. The first southbound exit in the Granite State leads to the Lebanon Municipal Airport. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 10S. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching the White River Junction rest area - 1 mile. There are two more rest areas in Vermont, but neither have restroom facilities available. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at the White River Junction rest area. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 9 - U.S. 5/Vermont 12 - 1 mile. The two highways share 10 miles of pavement. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 9 - U.S. 5/Vermont 12 - Hartland/Windsor. Hartland is located just to the north and is where the northern split of U.S. 5 and Vermont 12 occurs. The town of Windsor is four miles to the south. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 8 - U.S. 5/Vermont 12/Vermont 131 - 1 mile. The only highway this exit directly serves is Vermont 131; one must go east on the state highway to reach U.S. 5 and Vermont 12. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Head west on Vermont 131 for 19 miles to Ludlow. Head east on Vermont 131 and Vermont 12 to Claremont, New Hampshire, which is five miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 8 - U.S. 5/Vermont 12/Vermont 131 - Ascutney/Windsor. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 7 - U.S. 5/Vermont 11/Vermont 106 - 1 mile. Vermont 106 begins in Springfield, which is five miles to the northwest of this interchange. U.S. 5 and Vermont 11 share a short duplex that does not extend much beyond the reaches of Exit 7. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Vermont 12 East to Charlestown, New Hampshire, which is just three miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 7 - U.S. 5/Vermont 11/Vermont 106 - Springfield. This exit leads to Springfield, Vermont, although continuing on Interstate 91 (or U.S. 5) south for another 95 miles will lead to the more well-known Springfield, Massachusetts. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching a rest area - 1 mile. No restroom facilities are available at this rest area. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at the southeast Windsor County rest area. Motorists will enter Windham County shortly. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 6 - U.S. 5/Vermont 103 - 1 mile. Vermont 103 begins at U.S. 5 and goes northwest 42 miles to U.S. 7 at Pierces Corners. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The towns of Chester and Ludlow are both located along Vermont 103. Chester is 10 miles away, and Ludlow is 23 miles away. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 6 - U.S. 5/Vermont 103 - Rockingham/Bellows Falls. The village of Bellows Falls is home to 3,165 residents and is four miles to the south on U.S. 5. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 5 - U.S. 5 - 1 mile. Another exit, another mention of U.S. 5. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 5 - U.S. 5 - Westminster/Walpole NH. Walpole is 3 1/2 miles to the east. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching the Windham County rest area - 1 mile. Again, there are no facilities here. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at the Windham County rest area. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 4 - U.S. 5 - 1 mile. The town of Putney is home to 2,634 residents according to the 2000 census. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 4 - U.S. 5 - Putney. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 3 - U.S. 5/Vermont 9 East - 1 mile. The trumpet interchange connects to U.S. 5 and Vermont 9, which continues east from the connector into New Hampshire. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Due to a low bridge clearance at Exit 3, vehicles over 13'9" should continue to Exit 2. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Motorists should also continue to Exit 2 to access Vermont 9 westbound. The state highway travels along U.S. 5 through the town of Brattleboro. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Exit 3 to the School for International Training, also known as SIT. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 3 - U.S. 5/Vermont 9 East - Brattleboro/Keene NH. Keene is 17 miles to the east. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 2 - Vermont 9 West - 1 mile. Vermont 9 is the main east-west route across southern Vermont, connecting Bennington to Brattleboro. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Vermont 9 East to U.S. 5 North and Vermont 30, which begins at the federal highway in Brattleboro. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Between Brattleboro and Bennington along Vermont 9 is the town of Marlboro, home to Marlboro College. The town of Wilmington is 20 miles to the west. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 2 - Vermont 9 West - Brattleboro/Bennington. A 40-mile drive separates Vermont's 7th largest city, Brattleboro, from its 6th largest, Bennington. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South approaching Exit 1 - U.S. 5 - 1 mile. The Exit 2 ramps are to the right as Interstate 91 prepares to go under Vermont 9. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use U.S. 5 North and Vermont 142 South to the town of Vernon, population 2,141. Use U.S. 5 North to Vermont 119 (and New Hampshire 119 on the east side of the Connecticut River) to Hinsdale, New Hampshire. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 91 South at Exit 1 - U.S. 5 - Brattleboro. The next exit is 13 miles ahead at Massachusetts 10 in Bernardston. (Photo taken 7/9/05)

Page created: January 20, 2006
Last updated: January 21, 2006