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Interstate 95

Interstate 95 is a north-south highway in Eastern Virginia. It runs from the North Carolina/Virginia State Line, near Skippers, to the Metro-Washington D.C. area. Near Washington, I-95 joins Interstate 495 on the Capital Beltway. This has I-95 move along the southeast part of the metro to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Here is leaves Virginia and briefly enters Washington D.C. before entering the State of Maryland. I-95 is also the main north-south highway through the state capital of Richmond.

While in Virginia, I-95 is multi-plexed.

I-95 is multi-plexed with...

...U.S. Rt. 460, near Petersburg.
...Interstate 64, at Richmond.
...U.S. Rt. 17, near Fredericksburg.
...Interstate 495, near Alexandria.

Interstate 95 crosses the following interstates in Virginia.

Interstate 295, near Petersburg.
Interstate 85, near Petersburg.
Interstate 64, at Richmond.
Interstate 64, at Richmond.
Interstate 195, at Richmond.
Interstate 295, near Richmond.
Interstate 395, near Alexandria.
Interstate 495, near Alexandria.

Branches of I-95 in Virginia.

A guide marker in Alexandria.

NB I-95/EB I-495 near the first draw bridge warning sign.

NB I-95/EB I-495 near the Fairfax County/City of Alexandria City Line.

SB I-95/WB I-495 near U.S. Rt. 1.

NB I-95/EB I-495 near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.

NB I-95/EB I-495 at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.

A BGS on SB I-95/495.

SB I-95/WB I-495 at the Virginia Welcome Sign.