Interstate 110 North

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Interstate 110 North
A sweeping ramp departs U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) east for Interstate 110 north. The freeway is formally named the John C. Stennis - J.A. "Tony" Creel Parkway. Photo taken 04/05/12.
The I-110 Loop Walk circumvents the freeway ramps to connect the beach side walkway along U.S. 90. The walkway elevates over waters of Mississippi Sound. Photo taken 03/29/09.
The flyover for I-110 north passes over the Mississippi Sound beach and turns north by the Beau Rivage Casino parking garage. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Ramps with U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) westbound tie into I-110 from below as the northbound flyover passes overhead. This scene changed with the construction of MGM Park along the east side of Interstate 110. The minor league baseball stadium opened in June 2015. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A single lane ramp ascends from U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) west to form the mainline of Interstate 110 north. Photo taken 05/09/15.
Traffic combines from the U.S. 90 ramps above Esters Boulevard as Interstate 110 advances north along a four-lane viaduct through Biloxi. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The first confirming marker for Interstate 110 appears next to a Mississippi 67 trailblazer. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Interstate 110 passes over Keegan Bayou to the north of the half diamond interchange (Exit 1C) with Division Street. There are no northbound exits in Biloxi. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Bayview Avenue straddles the south shore of the Back Bay of Biloxi. Two ramps bring motorists from the surface street onto Interstate 110 north at Exit 1D. Photo taken 11/20/15.
The I-110 viaduct transitions to the Back Bay of Biloxi draw bridge. Formally named the Water L. Nixon Memorial Bridge, the span includes a sidewalk along the northbound lanes. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A sign bridge posted 0.75 miles ahead of the diamond interchange (Exit 2) with Rodriguez Street in D'Iberville Boulevard was removed by November 2015. The replacement sign bridge for the first of two D'Iberville exits had yet to be installed by June 2016. Photo taken 05/09/15.
Approaching the double leaf bascule on the Back Bay of Biloxi Bridge, drivers are warned of potential slippery conditions during rain due to the steel deck. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Mast arm supported signals and the draw bridge control tower along Interstate 110 north. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The Back Bay of Biloxi draw bridge is one of a handful of movable bridges within the Interstate system. Photo taken 11/20/15.
Lowering from the Walter L. Nixon Memorial Bridge, Interstate 110 separates with the off-ramp (Exit 2) for Rodriguez Street. Rodriguez Street links the freeway with Auto Mall Parkway to the west and Central Avenue (old Mississippi 15) to the east. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A half diamond interchange (Exit 4A) with Popps Ferry Road opened to traffic on September 3, 2015 to provide a second access point for the city of D'Iberville from Interstate 110 north. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Interstate 110 passes over D'Iberville Boulevard at the 0.75-mile guide sign for Interstate 10. This sign is no longer accurate as the 2013-15 Interstate 10/110 Interchange Improvements project combined the movements to I-10 east with the new Popps Ferry Road off-ramp (Exit 4A) along a distributor roadway departing in a third of a mile. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The final confirming marker for Interstate 110 north stands ahead of sound walls added in 2015. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A third northbound lane opens for the two-lane off-ramp to Popps Ferry Road and Interstate 10 east to Pascagoula and Mobile. The I-110 mainline continues north to the original loop ramp (Exit 4C) for Interstate 10 west. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A second arrow-per-lane (APL) sign directs traffic at the separation of Exits 4A-B and 4C. Interstate 10 east leads 21 miles to the Jackson County city of Moss Point and 50 miles to Interstate 65 within the city limits of Mobile, Alabama. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Popps Ferry Road replaced Big Ridge Road in name as an east-west connector between D'Iberville Boulevard (old MS 15) to the west and Lamey Bridge Road to the east. Photo taken 10/12/16.
I-110 advances north one quarter of a mile to a loop ramp (Exit 4B) for Interstate 10 west. The freeway serves the city of Gulfport via Exits 38 and 34, and Long Beach, Pass Christian, Bay St. Louis, Waveland and Diamondhead on the 46-mile drive to the Louisiana state line. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Exit 4B leaves as Interstate 110 north ends and Mississippi 15 & 67 north begin. Interstate 10 constitutes a six-lane freeway west from Mississippi 609 at St. Martin to Exit 28 at Jones Mill. Photo taken 10/12/16.



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03/29/09, 04/05/12, 05/09/15, 11/20/15, 10/12/16 by AARoads

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Page Updated 03-30-2017.