Interstate 91, VermontRoads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of Vermont > Interstate 91, Vermont
Interstate 91 is a north-south highway in Eastern Vermont. It runs from the Massachusetts/Vermont State Line, west of South Vernon, to the United States of America/Canada Boarder, near Derby Line. Much of I-91 follows along the Connecticut River.
While in Vermont, I-91 is not multi-plexed.
In Vermont, Interstate 91 crosses the following highways.
Interstate 89, near White River Junction.
Interstate 93, near St. Johnsbury.
There are no branches of I-91 in Vermont.
A guide marker in St. Johnsbury.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart
A BGS on EB VT St Rt 9.
A guide marker on SB U.S. Rt. 5.
A set of guide markers on WB VT St Rt 119.
A junction marker on SB U.S. Rt. 5, at Brattleboro.
A set of guide markers on SB U.S. Rt. 5.
A SB guide marker at Brattleboro.
SB I-91 south of U.S. Rt. 5.
SB I-91 near Central Park.
NB I-91 at the Massachusetts/Vermont State Line.
27 June 2016