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List of Interstate Highways in Florida

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Notes: State Roads are generally state-maintained.
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Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
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This is a list of Interstate Highways in the State of Florida, which are owned and maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). There are four primary interstate highways and eight auxiliary highways, with a ninth proposed. The longest interstate is I-75, extending 470.678 miles (757.483 km), and the shortest is I-395, extending just 1.292 miles (2.079 km).

Primary Interstate Highways

Highway Location Length
(mi)[1]
Length
(km)
Description Date established
I-4 Hillsborough, Polk, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, and Volusia Counties 132.298 212.913 Interstate 4 begins in Tampa at Malfunction Junction, at Exit 45B of Interstate 275 and travels east out of the Tampa Bay Area, passing through Polk County, Orlando, ending at Exit 260 of Interstate 95 in Daytona Beach. Interstate 4 is located entirely in Florida. 1957
I-10 Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Jackson, Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, Madison, Suwannee, Columbia, Baker, Nassau, and Duval Counties 362.262 583.004 Interstate 10 runs east-west across the Florida panhandle, entering from Alabama just east of Mobile, passing through Pensacola, Florida, Tallahassee and ending at Exit 351B of I-95 in Central Jacksonville, I-10's national eastern terminus. 1958
I-75 Miami-Dade, Broward, Collier, Lee, Charlotte, DeSoto, Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, Sumter, Marion, Alachua, Columbia, Suwannee, and Hamilton Counties 470.678 757.483 Interstate 75 begins at State Road 826 a few miles northwest of Miami, running west across the Alligator Alley and passing through the Gulf Coast cities of Naples, Fort Myers and the Tampa Bay Area, before traveling north through inland Florida and continuing into Georgia. 1958
I-95 Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, and Nassau Counties 382.083 614.903 Interstate 95 begins at US 1 just south of Central Miami, traveling north on Florida's east coast through South Florida, the Treasure Coast, the Space Coast, Daytona Beach, St. Augustine and Jacksonville before entering Georgia. 1957

Auxiliary Interstate Highways

Highway Location Length
(mi)[1][2]
Length
(km)
Description Date established
I-110 Escambia County 6.341 10.205 Interstate 110 runs from U.S. Highway 98 near central Pensacola, running north towards Exit 12 of Interstate 10. 1969
I-175 Pinellas County 1.44 2.32 Interstate 175 is a short spur route that runs from Exit 22 of I-275 eastward towards central St. Petersburg. 1980
I-275 Manatee, Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties 60.696 97.681 Interstate 275 begins at an interchange with Exit 228 of I-75 in Palmetto at the southern end of the Tampa Bay Area, where it crosses the Sunshine Skyway Bridge and goes through St. Petersburg and Tampa before ending at Exit 274 of I-75 at Wesley Chapel at the northern end of the metro area. 1973
I-375 Pinellas County 1.34 2.16 Interstate 375 is a short spur route that runs from Exit 23A of I-275 eastward towards central St. Petersburg and the St. Petersburg Pier. 1979
I-195 Miami-Dade County 4.424 7.120 Interstate 195 is a spur in Miami that extends from Exit 4 of I-95 east across the Julia Tuttle Causeway, ending at SR 907 in Miami Beach. 1961
I-295 Duval County 60.864 97.951 Interstate 295 is a beltway in Jacksonville, encircling the urban areas of the city. Interstate 95 acts as a divider between the east and west belts at Exits 337 and 362 of I-95, with I-10 intersecting the western belt. 1966
I-395 Miami-Dade County 1.292 2.079 Interstate 395 is a short spur in Central Miami that extends east from Exit 2D of I-95 to US 1 just west of Biscayne Bay. 1967
I-595 Broward County 12.860 20.696 Interstate 595 is a spur that extends from Exit 19 of I-75 near Weston east to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, with an interchange with I-95 just west of the airport, and ending at Port Everglades. 1990
Future I-795 St. Johns and Duval Counties 7.5 12.1 Interstate 795 is a proposed bypass that will extend from I-95 south of Jacksonville to the southeast corner of the I-295 beltway. A set of ghost ramps already exist on I-295 to accommodate its construction. 2012

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