Originally planned to be Interstate 95 through the District of Columbia, Interstate 395 spans from the Capital Beltway near Springfield, Virginia, to U.S. 50/New York Ave. in Washington, DC. It has reversible high occupancy lanes in its median for all of its distance in Virginia.
All pictures taken 3/17/03
South at Interstate 495 North - Tysons
Corner exit. The BGS were down due to the major
reconstruction of this interchange, where Interstate 95,
Interstate 395, and Interstate 495 all collide. Interstate 95
South takes over the mainline highway after this
South at Exit 2A - VA CR-648 East -
Edsall Rd. Interstates 95 and 495 are one mile ahead.
South at Exit 2B - VA CR-648 West -
South at Exit 3A - VA 236 East - Duke
South at Exit 3B - VA 236 West - Little
River Turnpike - Lincolnia.
|Interstate 395 South at Exit 4 - Seminary Rd.|
|Interstate 395 South at Exit 5 - VA 7 - King St.|
South at Exit 7 - VA 120 - Glebe Rd./
|I cut the top off
of this sign, but this is Interstate 395
South at Exit 8A - Pentagon South Parking/VA 27/
Washington Blvd./Ridge Rd.
South at Exit 8B - VA 110 North -
Rosslyn. Exit 8C for U.S. 1 South - Crystal City/
Alexandria also exits off to the left at this location.
|Interstate 395 South at Exit 9 - Clark St.|
South at Exit 10A - Boundary Channel
Dr./Pentagon North Parking. The Pentagon is faintly
visible in this photograph. (It is the beige-colored
building on the right side underneath the sign gantry.)
South at Exit 10B - Mount Vernon/
Reagan National Airport. The "Welcome to Virginia"
sign is also on this gantry, along with four other signs.
I think this may set a record for most signs on a sign
gantry with six total!
Continue on Interstate 395 in the District of Columbia
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Last updated April 22, 2003 11:09 PM