The lone business loop for Interstate 95 in Georgia overlays portions of Georgia 99, U.S. 17 and Georgia 251 along a 8.7-mile course. The loop serves the city of Darien between Exits 42 and 49 and is only signed from the freeway end and the south split between U.S. 17 and GA 99.


Business Loop I-95 & Georgia 99 north
Georgia 99 winds northeast from U.S. 82 & Georgia 520 through Georgetown, Anguilla and Sterling to meet Interstate 95 at the south end of Business Loop I-95. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Georgia 99 elevates to pass over Interstate 95 ahead of the northbound ramp that adds Business Loop I-95 to Darien. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Interstate 95 stays west of Darien across marshlands over Polosi Island on the 65-mile drive to Savannah. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Business Loop I-95, U.S. 17 & Georgia 25-99 north
Business Loop I-95 and Georgia 99 combine with U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 north from Broadfield. Both the business route and GA 99 are omitted from the following reassurance shield assembly. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Business Loop I-95, U.S. 17 & Georgia 25-99 south
The only shield for Business Loop I-95 posted in Georgia directs motorists from U.S. 17 & Georgia 25 south onto Georgia 99 west from Broadfield to Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Business Loop I-95 & Georgia 99 south
Georgia 99 arcs one mile west from U.S. 17 by Evelyn to Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/20/06.
The diamond interchange with Interstate 95 was greatly expanded in 2013. Georgia 99 was slightly realigned northward onto a new overpass above the six-lane freeway and ramps realigned into a larger footprint. Photo taken 12/20/06.
Georgia 99 maintains a western heading to Sterling while Interstate 95 south takes motorists to Brunswick en route to Jacksonville, Florida. Photo taken 12/20/06.



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12/20/06 by AARoads

Page Updated 11-06-2013.