I-95 Link

Redesignating I-95 in PA and NJ

 

This website has information regarding the redesignation of the highways in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including which roadways are involved and how exits will be renumbered.

Project Time Frame

 

Get details on the project time frame and phasing of the redesignation work.

 

New Exit Numbers

 

Compare the original exit numbers to the ultimate exit numbers.

Overview

As a result of the Pennsylvania (PA) Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Stage 1 construction, which was completed in Fall 2018, I-95 has been redesignated along the Pennsylvania and New Jersey (NJ) turnpikes. I-95 is now routed from the new interchange with I-276 (PA Turnpike) east along the PA Turnpike, across the Delaware River Bridge of the NJ Turnpike Connector to New Jersey, east along the connector to NJ Turnpike Exit 6, and then north along the NJ Turnpike. This new interchange and resulting redesignation completes I-95’s missing link, making the interstate continuous from Florida to Maine. [...more background info]

Original and Ultimate Roadway Designations in PA & NJ

The following maps show the original roadway designations, ultimate designations, and the different phases of the redesignation work, which started in New Jersey in the north and progressed south into Pennsylvania.

Sources for Additional Information

Check these external links for information about this undertaking as posted from various agencies involved:

Multi-Agency Coordination

This highway redesignation project is being coordinated and completed with cooperation among:

FHWA

Federal Highway Administration

PTC

Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission

NJDOT

New Jersey Department of Transportation

DRJTBC

Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission

NJTA

New Jersey Turnpike Authority

PennDOT

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

DVRPC

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

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