Interstate 95 in Central and South Philadelphia between Spring Garden Street and Broad Street and Penn’s Landing.
Over the next decade or so, PennDOT will reconstruct a nearly six-mile segment of Interstate 95 in Central and South Philadelphia between Spring Garden Street and the Girard Point Bridge.
The work currently includes two project sections – the Central to South Philadelphia corridor study (I-95/CSP), and the Penn’s Landing improvement project (I-95/CAP). These two projects are proactively planning for a future I-95 that builds on local and reginal plans to:
The first construction contract of the Central to South Philadelphia project, I-95/CAP, is now underway at Penn’s Landing. I-95/CAP project will improve multi-modal (pedestrian, bicycling, SEPTA busses) connections from Center City to the Delaware River.
The centerpiece of the project will be a new bridge structure (the concrete cap) that will span both I-95 and Columbus Boulevard between Chestnut and Walnut streets, providing more direct access to the waterfront along with additional space for recreational uses. The project will also extend the South Street pedestrian bridge from the east edge of I-95 over Columbus Boulevard to Penn’s Landing.
PennDOT’s project partner the Delaware River Waterfront Development Corporation has created a website with additional information and imagery about the I-95 CAP Project. You can visit that webpage here: www.parkatpennslanding.com/.