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Backups, Delays Expected for I-95 Construction Next Week in Pennsylvania

Double lane closures are scheduled on southbound Interstate 95 between the Route 413 (Bristol) and Route 132 (Street Road) interchanges on Monday, April 9, through Friday, April 13, from 7:00 PM to 5:00 AM, for bridge deck repair and patching operations as part of a project to repair and resurface 13 miles of I-95 in Bensalem, Bristol, Middletown and Lower Makefield townships, Bucks County.

Motorists are advised to allow extra time when traveling on southbound I-95 in the work area because backups and delays will occur. The contractor’s schedule is weather dependent.

Under this improvement project, PennDOT is milling, overlaying and rehabilitating existing pavement; performing base repairs; installing new guide rail; repairing or replacing damaged traffic signs; performing minor bridge deck repairs; and installing rumble strips and delineators along the I-95 corridor in Bucks County. The entire project is scheduled to be completed in the fall.


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Yet Another Coastal Storm for East Coast I-95 Travelers

The third coastal storm in 2 weeks is poised to bring gusty winds, minor coastal flooding, and areas of snow, heaviest in New England.

After the precipitation ends in the Mid-Atlantic region Monday night, attention turns to New England as the third nor’easter in two weeks is expected to bring significant snow from Connecticut to Maine, with some locations possibly getting in excess of a foot of snow. Parts of upstate New York are also likely to get heavy snow through the middle of the week. With the forecast track of the storm expected to be farther southeast than the last two events, the highest winds and waves should remain over the offshore waters.

Winter Storm Warnings have been issued for all of southern New England.

Snow will begin after midnight with heavier snow and near-blizzard conditions Tuesday morning lasting into the afternoon.

Potential for 1″ to 3″ of snow per hour, combined with high winds, could lead to near impossible travel conditions around Tuesday morning and even the Tuesday afternoon commute.


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Pennsylvania DOT Reduces Speed Limit on I-95 During Winter Storm

Due to the severity of the winter storm, PennDOT is temporarily reducing the speed limit on I-95 as well as several other roadways in the region.

PennDOT is urging motorists to avoid unnecessary travel but those who must head out will see speeds reduced to 45 mph on the following highways:

  • Interstates 76, 95, 476, 676;
  • U.S. Routes 1, 30, 202, 422; and
  • State Routes 63, 100 Spur and 309.

Although PennDOT crews have been treating roadways, the department’s primary goal is to keep roads passable, not completely free of ice and snow. PennDOT will continue to treat roadways throughout the storm until precipitation stops and roads are clear.

The department asks motorists to allow plenty of space when driving near plow trucks. Also, for their own safety and the safety of plow operators, motorists should never attempt to pass a truck while it is plowing or spreading winter materials.

PennDOT reminds motorists to pack an emergency kit for their vehicles. A basic kit should include non-perishable food, water, blanket, small shovel and warm clothes. When preparing an emergency kit, motorists should take into account special needs of passengers such as baby food, pet supplies or medications and pack accordingly.


For more I-95 travel info, visit  www.i95exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to I-95, America’s Interstate Main Street. Detailed exit service listings… discount lodging, camping, food, gas and more for every exit from Maine to Florida! Plus I-95 construction, real-time traffic and road news.

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2018 NASCAR Schedule, Track Links and Area Lodging

With the 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Series is about to begin, The I-95 Exit Guide has just published it’s annual NASCAR schedule feature.

The new section lists the 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy (formerly Sprint Cup) schedule with links to the individual track websites. The feature also includes information on lodging near each track as well as in the immediate area.

You can find the 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy schedule feature at www.i95exitguide.com/nascar-weekends/.


For more I-95 travel info, visit  www.i95exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to I-95, America’s Interstate Main Street. Detailed exit service listings… discount lodging, camping, food, gas and more for every exit from Maine to Florida! Plus I-95 construction, real-time traffic and road news.

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Weekend Snow Storm Threat Brewing

A fast moving weather system will likely bring accumulating snow to portions of the Mid Atlantic and Northeast Saturday and Sunday. While not expected to be a blockbuster, the possibility of up to 6 inches of snow along the I-95 corridor is likely.

This storm will see accumulating snow from West Virginia to southern Maine, and will occur from Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. During the height of the storm snow may accumulate up to an inch per hour for several hours.

I-95 travelers will see wet to slushy to snow-covered pavement this weekend. From New Jersey to New York City, 1-3 inches of snow is forecast. Connecticut and Rhode Island will see 2-4 inches while the Boston area is expected to see up to 6 inches of snow. Snowfall amounts will taper off  in New Hampshire and Maine.


For more I-95 travel info, visit  www.i95exitguide.com, the Internet’s largest and most complete website devoted to I-95, America’s Interstate Main Street. Detailed exit service listings… discount lodging, camping, food, gas and more for every exit from Maine to Florida! Plus I-95 construction, real-time traffic and road news.

Traveling another route? Visit our growing family of exit guides: I-4 Exit GuideI-5 Exit Guide,  I-10 Exit Guide , and I-75 Exit Guide.