Interstate 95 In Delaware
Routes in Delaware
|← DE 92||DE 100 →|
|← I-495||DE 896 →|
In Delaware, Interstate 95 runs diagonally from the border with Maryland northeast to the border with Pennsylvania. Between the Maryland state line and exit 5, I-95 is also designated as the Delaware Turnpike and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway. Along with its auxiliaries, I-95 is the only Interstate Highway in the state. Only two other states, Maine and Rhode Island, share this distinction.
The route, which links Philadelphia to the north and Baltimore to the south, is the most heavily-traveled highway in Delaware, with peak average daily traffic at 182,853 (DelDOT 2006 study). Traffic backups are common, with the Exit 4 interchange (Delaware Route 1) named the worst intersection in the state by the Delaware Department of Transportation.
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