The Interstate 95 in Florida is the main
north-south interstate highway corridor along the east coast of the
Florida. The i-95 in Florida runs almost the entire north-south length of the
eastern mainland of Florida state; from the north-end of the state at the
Florida/Georgia border, south to Miami.
At the very south end
of the i-95 the highway terminates in
the south Miami area, where the i-95 then
becomes US Highway 1 (US Highway 1 is also known as the Dixie Highway)... US Highway 1 continues south from
Miami, eventually reaching Key West FL.
The i-95 provides quick and convenient highway travel between dozens of cities
located along Florida's east coast... the i-95 directly connects the largest
cities located along Florida's east coast, like:
West Palm Beach,
and Miami... the i-95 Florida corridor also indirectly connects most of the smaller cities
located along the Florida coastline via various exit's and off-ramps located
along the i-95.
The i-95 and US Highway 1 in Florida generally run parallel to each other
through most of the east-side of the state... with US Highway 1 generally
running directly along much of the coast (very close to the ocean)... while the
i-95 generally runs parallel to Highway No. 1 but runs just slightly inland from
the coast... when comparing the two highways; US Highway 1 could be seen more of
a tourist highway, where the i-95 could be seen more as a transportation
The i-95 corridor in Florida also offers many great opportunities for
tourism and business; due to the convenient way the i-95 connects so many
cities, magnificent beaches, tourist attractions, and various recreational &
cultural activities & events, just some of the popular attractions located along
or in close proximity to the i-95 include;
Daytona Bike Week,
Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona,
Everglades, and much, much more.
The length of the i-95 in
Florida is approximately 381 miles long, with an estimated continuous driving time of
approx. 5 hrs. and 23 minutes.