Interstate 95 is Maryland's main north-south interstate, and is the East Coast's "Main Street." It travels through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine, a total of 15 states.
In the Old Line State, Interstate 95 enters the state duplexed with Interstate 495 on the Capital Beltway, and it remains that way for the first 29 miles. Just a few miles later, Interstate 95 enters Baltimore. After leaving Baltimore, the highway runs parallel to the northern part of the Chesapeake Bay. A toll bridge over the Susquehanna River is also near Havre de Grace, the birthplace of former Baltimore Orioles star Cal Ripken, Jr. Just 110 miles after entering Maryland, Interstate 95 leaves the state and enters Delaware, where there are a few miles of the Delaware Turnpike ahead.
Pictures from Day Eight of the Delaware Trip are on the Interstate 495 page from that trip.
|Interstate 95 North
c/d lane at Exit 109B - MD 279
North - Newark Del. This is the final exit in Maryland
before the interstate enters Delaware. (Photo taken
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Last updated May 01, 2003 10:32 PM