Interstates 89 and 90 and their Signed Branch Routes

Interstate South/West Terminus North/East Terminus
89 Concord, NH Canadian Border – Highgate Springs, VT
189 VT Shelbourne South Burlington
90 Seattle, WA Logan International Airport/Boston, MA
190 IL O’Hare International Airport Chicago
190 MA near Worcester Leominster
190 NY Buffalo Canadian Border – Lewiston
190 SD downtown Rapid City Rapid City
290 IL Rolling Meadows Chicago
290 MA southern Worcester Shrewsbury
290 NY Tonawanda Williamsville
390 NY near Kanona Gates
490 NY near Bergen Victor
490 OH central Cleveland central Cleveland
590 NY near Brighton east Rochester
690 NY near Baldwinsville East Syracuse
790 NY downtown Utica northern Utica
890 NY Rotterdam near Schenectady
990 NY Amherst near Millersport
Interstate 89 winds east across the scenic Green Mountains between Burlington and Montpelier through central Vermont. Photo taken 10/06/14.

The Vermont Interstate system opened initially with a stretch of I-91 north from the Massachusetts state line to Brattleboro in November 1958. Completion of the system was delayed until October 1982 when the 11-mile portion of I-93 in the Green Mountain State opened.

Looking at the split of the Kennedy Expressway (I-90) from the Edens Expressway (I-94) outbound from Montrose Station on the Blue “L” Line. Photo taken 08/09/09.

Transit stations lining the median of an Interstate highway is not unique to just Chicago. Stations also exist between the roadways of I-795 in Maryland, I-66 in Northern Virginia and Interstate 95 in Philadelphia.