Interstate 94

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Interstate 94 runs for 46 miles from Munster at the Illinois border to near Michigan City at the Michigan border. Interstate 94 runs with Interstate 80 for 15 miles as part of the Borman Expressway through the suburbs of Northwest Indiana; the Borman is the busiest highway in the state. East of there, the highway remains busy with six lanes throughout as it passes by Chesterton and Michigan City. The interstate is used as a free interstate across the Northwest Indiana suburbs and is used as a vacation route for those in the Chicago area en route to the Indiana Dunes and Lake Michigan beaches of Michigan.

Interstate 94 Indiana Guides

Interstate 94 scenes
SR 249 (Crisman Road) begins at the intersection with U.S. 20 (Melton Road) in Portage and quickly interchanges with Interstate 94. Pictured here is the loop ramp onto the westbound freeway leading toward Chicago, Illinois. 09/03/05
Continuing north from a six-ramp parclo interchange with Interstate 94 (Exit 19), motorists on SR 249 (Crisman Road) see this reassurance marker posted ahead of Ameriplex Drive. 09/02/05
Southbound SR 249 (Crisman Road) at the westbound on-ramp to I-94. Interstate 94 travels three miles west to join I-80 at the Indiana Toll Road (I-90). SR 249 meanwhile concludes its 2.4 mile drive at U.S. 20 nearby. 09/03/05
SR 249 ends at U.S. 20 (Melton Road) in Portage just south of I-94. The state road follows Crisman Road north 2.4 miles to U.S. 12 (Dunes Highway) and the Port of Indiana. 09/02/05

Photo Credits:

09/02/05, 09/03/05 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 80
Interstate 90
State Road 49

Page Updated 12-28-2011.

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