Interstate 195 and 495 in Maine

Interstate 195 in Maine

Begin Saco
End Ocean Park
Length 1.5 mi
Length 2,5 km
0 → Portsmouth / Portland1 Saco

2A Saco

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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Travel directions

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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Traffic intensities

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

Get started Portland
End Falmouth
Length 4 mi
Length 6 km
→ Portsmouth / Lewiston→ Portland / Augusta

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.

Interstate 495 in Maine