Worst Interstate Highways In the U.S.westofohio
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Renumber the I-95 in Pennsylvania and Delaware as a spur route. Number the unsigned section of the New Jersey Turnpike as the I-95. It would be better if I-95 bypasses Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Best segment: New Jersey
Worst segment: Massachusetts
Despite its flaws, the I-95 is a very essential route to the East Coast.
Best segment: Maine, or Maryland
Worst Segment: Massachusetts, or New York
Best segment: North Carolina
Worst segment: Rhode Island
In 2006 drove the part in Mississippi. Worst highway I've ever been on. Looked like it hadn't been fixed since the 1960's - westofohio
Extend the I-20 to North Carolina.
If it were to be extended to Wilmington, North Carolina,where it would meet the I-40 (also terminating at Wilmington, North Carolina), then the route would be substantially better.
Oh come on now, this is one of the oldest segments of the Interstate Highway System.
Best route: I-70 (West of Illinois) or I-15 (North of San Diego, California, or all segments)
Worst route: I-90 (East of Pennsylvania) or I-95 (Mid-Atlantic region)
Actually, I-35 W is in Fort Worth. - EpicJake
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