Interstates 85 through 88 and Signed Branch Routes

Interstate South/West Terminus North/East Terminus
85 Montgomery, AL Petersburg, VA
185 GA Fort Benning near LaGrange
185 SC Mauldin Greenville
285 GA Beltway – Atlanta
285 NC Lexington Winston-Salem
385 SC Greenville Clinton
485 NC Beltway – Charlotte
585 SC U.S. 221 – Spartanburg north of Spartanburg
785 NC/VA Greensboro, NC Danville, VA
985 GA near Suwanee Gainesville
86 (west) Heyburn, ID Pocatello, ID
86 (east) near Erie, PA Elmira, NY
(Harriman, NY)
87 Queens, New York City, NY Canadian Border – Rouses Point, NY
87 NC Raleigh, NC Chesapeake, VA at NC state line
287 NJ/NY Perth Amboy, NJ Rye, NY
587 NY west of Kingston Kingston
787 NY Albany Troy
88 (west) near Moline, IL Chicago, IL
88 (east) Binghamton, NY Schenectady, NY
A large systems interchange, locally known as “Spagetti Junction” connects Interstates 85 and 285 on the northeast side of Atlanta. Photo taken 08/10/13.

The Tom Moreland Interchange between Interstates 85 and 285 was constructed as part of the 1976-94 “Freeing the Freeways” megaproject undertaken in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The high-speed interchange was completed in 1987 to replace a full-cloverleaf interchange between the two freeways.

Autoroute 15 trailblazers appear periodically as Interstate 87 exits the Adirondacks Region for Quebec, Canada. Photo taken by Shaun Ganley (03/18/15).

Exit tabs for Interstate 87 from New York 9N (Exit 34) northward are bilingual as an aid to French Canadian motorists headed north toward Montreal.