Interstate 195 in Maine
Interstate 195 is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Maine. The highway forms a 2.5-mile spur of Interstate 95 past Saco.
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I-195 langs Saco.
I-195 is mainly a long exit from I-95 past Saco and Biddeford. The highway has 2×2 lanes and has two junctions before narrowing to a city road numbered State Route 5.
On the Saco Bay is a 10 kilometer long sandy beach, the largest beach in the state of Maine. Recreational traffic originally had to pass through Saco or Biddeford to reach the beach. To increase accessibility, I-195 was constructed, which was opened in two phases in 1982 and 1983.
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Approximately 11,000 vehicles use I-195 every day. The traffic flow is seasonal, during the summer there is more traffic than in the winter.
Interstate 495 in Maine
Interstate 495 is an unsigned Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Maine. The highway connects I-95 and I-295 north of the city of Portland. The highway is part of the Maine Turnpike and has a toll plaza in the middle. There are no connections except for the interchanges with I-95 and I-295. The 6 kilometer long highway has 2×2 lanes, the toll station has 3 toll gates in each direction.