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Rebuilding and Improving Interstate 95

PennDOT is working on a long-term, multi-phase initiative to rebuild and improve Interstate 95 in Pennsylvania. Five major projects to reconstruct the I-95 between the Interstate 676 and Cottman Avenue interchanges in Philadelphia are in various stages of design or construction, including active construction projects at the Girard Avenue, Betsy Ross Bridge/Aramingo Avenue and Cottman Avenue interchanges. See highlights of I-95 construction in photos to the right, click on News for the latest Construction Updates, or scroll down for current progress photos.

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Individual Projects

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CPR Cottman-Princeton Interchange Go!
BSR Levick Street to Bridge Street Go!
BRI Bridge Street to Betsy Ross Bridge Go!
AFC Betsy Ross Bridge to Girard Avenue Go!
GIR Girard Avenue Interchange Go!
Projects Areas of I-95
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Neighborhood Improvements

Make it Your I-95....As engineers and contractors redesign and rebuild I-95 and its interchanges, planners and community groups are exploring ideas for creative, green and sustainable ground-level enhancements for those living and working in the neighborhoods along the corridor.

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Q. What are these criteria that need to be met that will determine whether or not noise walls may be included in the project?

A. If the increase in expected sound levels meet certain pre-determined criteria, noise abatement measures, such as sound barrier walls,  will be considered warranted for each study area.  More  here.

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Progress Photos


October 18, 2016
Deck beams for the new ramp from Aramingo Avenue to the Betsy Ross Bridge extend under the new ramp from Aramingo Avenue to I-95 south.


October 18, 2016
Deck pans in place between beams on a section of the new northbound viaduct at Girard Avenue.


October 18, 2016
After shifting northbound traffic to the northbound side on October 15, crews shifted to the middle and began removing the temporary pavement that was placed in the median to carry northbound vehicles during northbound reconstruction.