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Program Overview

PennDOT is working on a long-term, multi-phase infrastructure initiative to improve and rebuild I-95 in Pennsylvania.

There are presently a number of transportation improvement projects in progress along I-95 in Pennsylvania. These projects are led by PennDOT, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PA Turnpike/I-95 Interchange Project) and the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (Scudder Falls Bridge Improvement Project). The location of each I-95 project is shown on the interactive map below.

At this time, PennDOT is working on improving approximately eight miles of I-95 between I-676/Vine Street and Cottman Avenue.

Several projects are presently in design or construction on I-95 in Philadelphia, Bucks County and Delaware County. In addition, some future projects are in the planning stage and other projects have been completed. To learn more about I-95 improvements, hold your pointer over the circles shown on the I-95 Corridor map. A balloon will appear with project-specific information. The color of each circle indicates the specific phase (planned, design, construction, completed) of each project.

As work moves forward along I-95, advances in each project will be shown on the highway corridor map. New projects also will be identified. When new projects are launched, PennDOT will work with community and business groups, non-profit organizations and public agencies to inform them of the project, involve them in the planning, and solicit their thoughts and ideas for improving the interstate highway.

95Revive.com and the Pennsylvania I-95 Corridor map will be updated throughout the I-95 Corridor Program as new information becomes available.

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The Separate Projects

  • Cottman-Princeton Interchange (CPR)
  • Cottman Avenue to Bridge Street (BSR)
  • Bridge Street to Betsy Ross Bridge (BRI)
  • Betsy Ross Bridge to Girard Avenue (AFC)
  • Girard Avenue Interchange (GIR)
Find out more about the long range program overview

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