Interstate 95 South - Broward County

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Interstate 95 South
Exit 42 departs just south of the Broward County line for SR 810 (Hillsboro Boulevard). The 7.82-mile state road runs east to SR A1A (21st Avenue) near the beach and west to U.S. 441 & SR 7 on the Parkland and Coconut Creek city line. Photo taken 10/26/08.
Interstate 95 angles more westerly from SR 810 southward to NE 48th Street. Interchange sequence signs in Broward County omit the state road designations. SW 10th Street is SR 869 and Sample Road is SR 834. Photo taken 05/16/08.
A parclo interchange (Exit 41) quickly approaches with SR 869 (SW 10th Street) by the Publix Distribution Center. SR 869 begins from I-95 and leads west to becomes the tolled Sawgrass Expressway at Florida's Turnpike. Photo taken 05/06/06.
The Sawgrass Expressway loops west around Coral Springs and south to Sunrise where it meets Interstates 75 and 595. I-75 leads west from the south end of SR 869 across Alligator Alley to Naples while southbound heads to Florida's Turnpike Homestead Extension (to Key West) and Hialeah. Photo taken 10/26/08.
Exit 41 departs Interstate 95 south for SR 869 (SW 10th Street) at Deerfield Beach. State Road 869 runs 23.99 miles overall, from I-95 west to the Sawgrass Expressway and south to I-75 and I-595 by Davie and Weston. SW 10th Street extends east to SR 811 (Dixie Highway) and U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) before ending at the Intracoastal Waterway. Photo taken 05/06/06.
Interstate 95 travels another 1.75 miles through Deerfield beach to meet Sample Road (SR 834) at the Pompano Beach city line. Photo taken 10/25/08.
Reassurance marker for I-95 south posted after SR 869. The freeway passes between two manufactured homes communities along this stretch. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Passing under NE 48th Street, Interstate 95 is one mile north of the six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 39) with SR 834 (Sample Road). Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 834 runs along the Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach city line east to SR 811 (Dixie Highway) and west ahead of Florida's Turnpike. Overall the arterial based route stretches 9.49 miles from SR 817 (University Drive) in Coral Springs to U.S. 1 on the Lighthouse Point city line. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Continuing southwest, Interstate 95 next meets Copans Road (Exit 38) east of an industrial area and west of Pompano Beach Airpark (PMP). Photo taken 04/01/14.
An Interstate 95 reassurance marker precedes the on-ramp from Sample Road. A pair of apartment complexes abut the west side of the freeway here while another manufactured home community lines the east side. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A three-quarter cloverleaf interchange (Exits 39B/A) joins Copans Road with Interstate 95 in Pompano Beach. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Copans Road leads west from Pompano Beach to Coconut Creek. The multi-lane arterial transitions into Royal Palm Boulevard through the cities of Margate and Coral Springs. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 38A departs I-95 south for Copans Road east in one quarter mile. Three signs precede the loop ramp. Photo taken 04/01/14.
This overhead is a replacement for a sign destroyed by Hurricane Wilma in October 2005. Copans Road passes below with six overall lanes. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Copans Road extends east another 2.2 miles from Exit 39A to end at a commercialized intersection with U.S. 1 (Federal Highway). Photo taken 04/01/14.
The last Pompano Beach exit joins Interstate 95 south with SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard) in 1.75 miles. The freeway passes through Oakland Park southward from Cypress Creek Road (Exit 33). Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard) is a 7.12-mile route between U.S. 441 in Margate and SR A1A, one block from the Atlantic Ocean in Pompano Beach. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Passing over a railroad spur, the fifth southbound lane prepares to depart for Exit 36B onto SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard) west to Coconut creek and Margate. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Entering the six-ramp parclo interchange (Exits 36B/A) with SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard), just south of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard on I-95 south. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 36A loops onto SR 814 (Atlantic Boulevard) east. The arterial route pases south of Pompano Beach Airport (PMP) and north of a series of canal-based subdivisions along Cypress Creek and Pine Lake. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 continues south with four lanes beyond the Exit 36A ramp departure. SR 814 spans the Intracoastal Waterway, 2.9 miles to the east. Photo taken 04/01/14.
The next three exits fall within the city of Oakland Park but also serve northern reaches of Fort Lauderdale. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A series of industrial parks front the west side of Interstate 95 south to the McNab Road underpass. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 again curves southwesterly on the approach to a six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 33) with Cypress Creek Road. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Cypress Creek Road constitutes an arterial route west from Exit 33 to Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) to become 62nd Street and McNab Road through North Lauderdale and Tamarac. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Crossing Cypress Creek Canal, two lanes depart Interstate 95 south at Exit 33 for Cypress Creek Road. East from the freeway, the road continues into north Fort Lauderdale as NE 62nd Street to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Winding southwest through Oakland Park, Interstate 95 reaches Commercial Boulevard (SR 870) in one mile to the east of Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE). Photo taken 04/01/14.
State Road 870 runs 9.89 miles east from SR 817 (University Drive) in Tamarac to SR A1A (Ocean Boulevard) at Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. Photo taken 04/01/14.
I-95 south gains an auxiliary lane from North Andrews Avenue to Exit 32 with SR 870 (Commercial Boulevard). Commercial Boulevard heads through northwestern reaches of Fort Lauderdale to Lauderdale Lakes, Tamarac and Lauderhill. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 32 parts ways with Interstate 95 south. Eastward, SR 870 (Commercial Boulevard) transitions into a commercial arterial across Oakland Park to reenter Fort Lauderdale ahead of the Intracoastal Waterway. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A flyover adds traffic to I-95 south from Commercial Boulevard west beyond this interchange sequence sign posted 1.5 miles north of SR 816 (Exit 31). Photo taken 04/01/14.
0.75 miles north of the six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 31) with SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard) on I-95 south. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 845 (NW 9th Avenue) passes under Interstate 95 south to intersect SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard) just east of Exit 31. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 816 crosses paths with Interstate 95 at the Oakland Park and Wilton Manors city lines. The east-west arterial route separates the two cities to NE 6th Avenue, with SR 816 continuing east to SR A1A in Fort Lauderdale. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 31 departs Interstate 95 south by John Easterlin Park. SR 816 (Oakland Park Boulevard) passes just south of the park as a commercial arterial leading west to Lauderdale Lakes and its western terminus at SR 817 (University Drive) in Sunrise. Photo taken 04/01/14.
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Taking Exit 31 to SR 816. SR 816 crosses the South Fork of the Middle River to west Oakland Park. Wilton Manors lines the south side of the arterial and is bound by the North Fork of the Middle River. Photo taken 10/25/08. Second photo taken 10/26/08.
The first reference for Interstate 595 appears four miles out at Oakland Park. The last Interstate junction was with I-4 at Daytona Beach, 230 miles to the north. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 formally enters the Fort Lauderdale city limits south of the NW 19th Street underpass on the one mile approach to Exit 29 with SR 838 (Sunrise Boulevard). Photo taken 04/01/14.
A sixth southbound lane defaults onto Exit 29 for SR 838 (Sunrise Boulevard) at the parclo interchange with I-95. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 838 stretches 10.23 miles west from SR A1A by the Atlantic Ocean to SR 817 in Plantation. The state road combines with a portion of U.S. 1 by Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Continuing south through Fort Lauderdale, Interstate 95 next meets a diamond interchange (Exit 27) with SR 842 (Broward Boulevard). The interchange includes a high flyover from SR 842 east to I-95 north. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Another auxiliary lane accompanies I-95 south from SR 838 to Exit 27 with SR 842 (Broward Boulevard). A left side ramp from the HOV-2 lane departs simultaneously for the TriRail Broward Station, Amtrak and the associated park & ride lot. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SE 842 constitutes a two segment route, with the main portion traveling 7.17 miles between U.S. 1 in Downtown Fort Lauderdale to the east with SR 817 in Plantation to the west. East Las Olas Boulevard doubles as a 1.41 mile section of unsigned SR 842 east across the Intracoastal Waterway to SR A1A. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Three flyovers appear, one for SR 842 and two others for the transit facilities, as Interstate 95 makes its final approach to the distributor roadway (Exit 26) for both SR 736 (Davie Boulevard) and Interstate 595 (Port Everglades Expressway). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Signage for SR 736 (Davie Boulevard) appears for the 2.2-mile long ramp system leading to Interstate 595 at the Broward Boulevard overpass. SR 736 travels just 4.03 miles between U.S. 441 and U.S. 1 through Fort Lauderdale. I-595 parallels to the south along a portion of the city line. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Three lanes branch away from the Interstate 95 southbound mainline for the Exit 26 distributor roadway. Interstate 595 runs 12.86 miles west from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to Interstate 75 and SR 869 (Sawgrass Expressway) by Weston. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A flyover joins I-95 south from the on-ramp of SR 842 as Exit 26 parts ways for SR 736 (Davie Boulevard) and I-595 (Port Everglades Expressway). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Following Exit 26, traffic splits with a left side ramp ascending into the diamond interchange with SR 736 (Davie Boulevard) while the remaining lanes merges with the on-ramp from Broward Boulevard ahead of I-595. Photo taken 05/06/06.
Passing underneath SR 736 (Davie Boulevard) on the Exit 26 c/d roadway, a trailblazer directs motorists ahead for the multi level interchange with Interstate 595. Photo taken 05/06/06.
A second I-595 trailblazer appears along the Exit 26 ramp system as motorists merge from SR 736. Photo taken 05/06/06.
A mainline reassurance marker for Interstate 95 coincides with the on-ramp from Davie Boulevard as well. Photo taken 04/01/14.
The final Fort Lauderdale exit departs from the Interstate 95 mainline for SR 84 (Marina Mile Boulevard). Marina Mile Boulevard parallels I-595 west to become the SR 84 frontage road system for the Port Everglades Expressway through Davie to Weston. Photo taken 04/01/14.
The diamond interchange (Exit 25) with Marina Mile Boulevard lies within the Exit 26 ramp system to and from Interstate 595. Marina Mile Boulevard otherwise travels east to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) as SE 24th Street and west to Dania Beach and I-595 at U.S. 441 in Davie. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 25 separates into respective ramps for SR 84 (Marina Mile Boulevard). Only a 0.61-mile portion of Marina Mile Boulevard is state maintained. This includes the approaches to I-95. The remainder is former SR 84.
Historically State Road 84 joined Fort Lauderdale with Naples, including a two-lane stretch across the Everglades on Alligator Alley. I-75 replaced the designation along the toll road, leaving segments both west and east. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Shifting back to Exit 26, a third trailblazer for I-595 appears alongside the adjacent TriRail, beyond the New River South Fork. Photo taken 05/06/06.
Two lane flyovers shuttle drivers onto Interstate 595 west to Davie, Plantation and Sunrise and east to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), Port Everglades and Dania Beach. Photo taken 05/06/06.
The ramp to Marina Mile Boulevard east rises well above the eight lane mainline of Interstate 95 to a signalized end with SR 84 east. Photo taken 05/16/08.
Flyovers with both SR 84 and the adjacent I-595 stack interchange are colorfully painted. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A diamond interchange (Exit 23) joins Interstate 95 with SR 818 (Griffin Road) just south of Dania Cut-off Canal and the ramps with I-595. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 26 finally reaches the separation for ramps to Interstate 595 west to I-75 for Naples and Weston and Florida's Turnpike south to Homestead and east to U.S. 1 at FLL Airport and Port Everglades. Photo taken 05/06/06.
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The multi-level directional interchange with Interstate 595 was completed on June 11, 1990. Photos taken 03/25/06, 05/16/08, 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 bends easterly and lines the west side of FLL Airport before entering the city of Dania Beach at Exit 23 with SR 818 (Griffin Road). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 23 branches away from I-95 and elevates over the I-595 on-ramps while en route to SR 818 (Griffin Road). Griffin Road doubles as SR 818 for 10.75 miles from U.S. 1 west through Dania Beach to Playland Isles, Davie and SR 823 (Flamingo Road) along the Cooper City line. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 south sees a lane drop ahead of the on-ramps from I-595. The freeway then varies between ten and 12 overall lanes southward to Exit 22. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Two lanes join I-95 south from I-595, while a slip ramp joins Exit 23 to SR 818. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SW 42nd Street spans Interstate 95 from Dania Beach east into the air cargo terminal of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). The left HOV-2 lane became a part of the tolled 95 Express Lanes by spring 2015. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Forthcoming SR 848 lines Stirling Road for 6.73 miles west from U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) to SR 817 (University Drive). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Southbound reassurance marker for I-95 posted between Exits 22 and 22. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A sixth southbound lane departs in one quarter mile for SR 848 (Stirling Road). The state road lines the Dania Beach and Hollywood city lines west from C-10 Canal to U.S. 441 and the Seminole Hollywood Reservation. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 south reaches the diamond interchange (Exit 22) with SR 848 (Stirling Road). SR 848 east to U.S. 1 connects with SR A1A east across West Lake Park to John J. Loyd Beach State Park and North Ocean Drive. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Beyond Exit 22 (Stirling Road), Interstate 95 enters the city of Hollywood, "the City of the Future", to the next three exits. Hollywood was founded on November 28, 1925 and was home to 140,768 people as of the 2010 Census. Photo taken 04/01/14.
A wide variety of services, including food, lodging, and gas, is available at the forthcoming diamond interchange (Exit 22) with SR 822 (Sheridan Street). Photo taken 04/01/14.
State Road 822 totals 5.79 miles along Sheridan Street west to U.S. 441 (North 60th Avenue) and east to SR A1A (North Ocean Drive). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Exit 21 leaves Interstate 95 south for SR 822 (Sheridan Street). The state road lines the Dania Beach City line east to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) and West Lake Park while A TriRail station and associated park & ride lot lies just to the west. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Passing over Sheridan Street, Interstate 95 is one mile north of a diamond interchange (Exit 20) with SR 820 (Hollywood Boulevard). Photo taken 04/01/14.
Interstate 95 resumes a southward heading after the Taft Street under crossing to again parallel TriRail. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 820 follows Hollywood Boulevard west to Florida's Turnpike at the Pembroke Pines city limit, where it changes to Pines Boulevard west. The state road concludes at U.S. 27 on the west side of Pembroke Pines. Photo taken 04/01/14.
East from Exit 20, Hollywood Boulevard sees two traffic circles between I-95 and the SR 820 terminus at SR A1A (North Ocean Drive). The boulevard is locally maintained between North 28th Street and Young Circle with U.S. 1 (Federal Highway). Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 824 (Pembroke Road) crosses paths with Interstate 95 at the Hollywood, Pembroke Park and Hallandale Beach city lines in 0.75 miles. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Two diamond interchanges precede the Miami-Dade County line for both Pembroke Park to the west and Hallandale to the east. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 824 follows Pembroke Road east to U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) and west to SR 817 (University Drive) by North Perry Airport (HWO) for a total of 6.55 miles. Photo taken 04/01/14.
TriRail and Orangebrook Golf & Country Club line the west side of Interstate 95 by this reassurance marker. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Southbound at the Exit 19 off-ramp for SR 823 (Pembroke Road) west to Miramar and east to Hallandale. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 858 (Hallandale Beach Boulevard) constitutes a 5.43 mile long route through West Park, Pembroke Park and Hallandale, between U.S. 441 and SR A1A. The state road meets I-95 at Exit 18 in a half mile. Photo taken 04/01/14.
An auxiliary lane accompanies I-95 south from SR 824 to the diamond interchange (Exit 18) with SR 858. Photo taken 04/01/14.
SR 858 heads east to Gulfstream Park in Hallandale and west to become the locally maintained Miramar Parkway beyond U.S. 441 into Miramar. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Heading south from Hallandale, Interstate 95 enters Miami-Dade County to the east of Ives Estates Park. A diamond interchange (Exit 16) follows with NE 203rd Street / Ives Dairy Road. Photo taken 04/01/14.
Tri-Rail runs alongside Interstate 95 south beyond this shield assembly. Photo taken 04/01/14.


Photo Credits:

  • 03/25/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
  • 05/06/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
  • 05/16/08 by AARoads.
  • 10/25/08 by AARoads.
  • 10/26/08 by AARoads.
  • 04/01/14 by AARoads and Carter Buchanan.

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