Interstates 91 through 94 and Signed Branch Routes

Interstate South/West Terminus North/East Terminus
91 New Haven, CT Canadian Border – Derby Line, VT
291 CT Windsor Manchester
291 MA downtown Springfield north of Springfield
391 MA Springfield Holyoke
691 CT Southington Meriden
93 Canton, MA St. Johnsbury, VT
293 NH southern Manchester northern Manchester
393 NH Concord near Chichester
94 Billings, MT Canadian Border – Port Huron, MI
194 MI near Battle Creek Battle Creek
294 IL southwest of Lansing Deerfield
394 MN Minnetonka downtown Minneapolis
494 MN Maple Grove east of St. Paul
694 MN Maple Grove east of St. Paul
794 WI south of downtown Milwaukee Milwaukee
894 WI northwest Milwaukee south of Milwaukee
Dropping southward into St. Johnsbury along Interstate 91 at Exit 21 with U.S. 2. Photo taken by Shaun Ganley (03/22/15).

I-91 is one of two Interstates (I-87 and A-15 being the other) that directly transition into a Quebec Autoroute. A third seamless connection will be created when Autoroute 35 extends southward to the international border opposite Interstate 89.

Interstate 94 crosses paths with Interstate 69 on the rural outskirts of Marshall, Michigan. Photo taken 11/05/11.

Interstates 69 and 94 come together twice in the state of Michigan. Two two-digit Interstates meeting twice within a single state is a rare occurance. Other examples include the end points of Interstate 12 with I-10 in Louisiana and Interstate 93 both south and north of Boston in Massachusetts.