Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of Mississippi > Interstate 55, Mississippi
Interstate 55 is one of the main interstate highways in the State of Mississippi. This runs north-south from the Mississippi/Tennessee State Line, at Southaven, to the Mississippi/Louisiana State Line, near Osyka. It connects Jackson to Memphis and to New Orleans, via Interstate 10.
While in Mississippi, I-55 is multi-plexed.
I-55 is multi-plexed with...
...Interstate 69, from the Mississippi/Tennessee State Line to near Hernando.
...U.S. Rt. 51, from M.P. 103 to M.P. 96, at Jackson.
...Interstate 20, at Jackson.
...U.S. Rt. 49, at Jackson.
...U.S. Rt. 51, from M.P. 93 at Jackson, to M.P. 78, near Terry.
...U.S. Rt. 98, from near Summit to near McComb
In Mississippi, Interstate 55 crosses the following interstates.
Interstate 69, near Hernando.
Interstate 220, at Ridgeland.
Interstate 20, at Richland.
Interstate 20, at Jackson.
There are no branches of I-55 in Mississippi.
SB I-55 near Hernando.
SB I-55 near the future I-69/I-269 interchange. (August, 2005)
The bridges of the future I-69/269 interchange. (August, 2005)
SB I-55 near the De Soto/Tate County Line.
SB I-55 near Coldwater.
SB I-55 near Senatobia.
3 January 2009