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Interstate 495

Interstate 495 is a north-south by-pass of the Boston Metro Area. This runs from Interstate 195/Massachusetts State Route 25, near Wareham, to Interstate 95, near Amesbury. It is the outer belt-way around the Boston Area. I-495 is about 120 miles.

While in Massachusetts, I-495 is not multi-plexed.

In Massachusetts, Interstate 495 crosses the following interstates.


Interstate 195, near Wareham.
Interstate 95, near Mansfield.
Interstate 90, (Massachusetts Turnpike) near Southville.
Interstate 290, near Marlborough.
Interstate 93, near Lawrence.

NB I-495 two miles from I-93.

NB I-495 one mile from I-93.

NB I-495 near I-93.

NB I-495 at SB I-93.

NB I-495 at NB I-93.

Interstate 95, near Amesbury.

NB I-495 near I-95.

A BGS on NB I-495 one mile from NB I-95.

Info on the parent highway of I-495.



A BGS on ME St Rt 25/28.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

A BGS on ME St Rt 25/28.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

A BGS on SB I-95.

NB I-495 north of MA St Rt 111.

NB I-495 near Westford.

A guide marker on NB I-495.

NB I-495 at U.S. Rt. 3.

NB I-495 north of U.S. Rt. 3.

NB I-495 north of MA St Rt 38.

SB I-495 near Amesbury.

A BGS on I-95.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

The northern begin marker on SB I-495.

The northern end marker of I-495.

6 May 2016