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List of noncontiguous Interstates
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List of noncontiguous Interstates

The following United States Primary (1- or 2-digit) Interstate Highways are not contiguous. That is, they begin, end, and begin again without sharing a roadway with another interstate (and being clearly marked as such). I-95 in New Jersey is probably the best example. Thousands of drivers each day travel through Trenton, many no doubt wondering where I-95 went! The recent disappearance of Interstate 90 in Chicago is another good example.

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