Interstate 110 South

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Interstate 110 South
Two auxiliary lanes added from the nearby Promenade Parkway on-ramp form the two-lane off-ramp (Exit 4B) for Interstate 10 west as Mississippi 15 & 67 end and I-110 south begins. Photo taken 11/20/15.
Advancing south through the cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 10, Exit 4A departs for the freeway east to Moss Point, Pascagoula and Mobile, Alabama. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Boney Avenue forms a west side service road from the September 2015 half diamond interchange with Popps Ferry Road southward to forthcoming Exit 2 with Rodriguez Street. Photo taken 11/20/15.
A diamond interchange joins Interstate 110 south with Rodriguez Street east of D'Iberville city hall and civic center. The street connects I-110 with Auto Mall Parkway north to D'Iberville Boulevard (old MS 15) north and Central Avenue (old MS 15) to the east. Photo taken 11/20/15.
A pair of signs at the Rodriguez Street underpass advise southbound motorists of the impending end of Interstate 110 at U.S. 90. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The first of four Biloxi off-ramps (Exit 1D) departs in 0.75 miles for Bayview Avenue. New sign bridges installed in 2016 along I-110 adhere to updated hurricane wind standards. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Named the Walter L. Nixon Memorial Bridge, the Interstate 110 span across the Back Bay of Biloxi is a movable bridge with a double leaf bascule. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The steel deck of the bascule section may be slippery during rainy weather. The draw bridge opened to traffic in 1973. Photo taken 11/20/15.
Mast arm supported traffic lights stop traffic during bridge openings.
Other drawbridges within the Interstate system include I-64 at Chesapeake, Virginia; I-95/495 on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge across the Potomac River; and I-264 in Norfolk, Virginia. Photo taken 11/20/15.
The IP and Beau Rivage casino high rises appear along the horizon as Interstate 110 cross the steel deck portion of the Walter L. Nixon Memorial Bridge. Photo taken 11/20/15.
The Back Bay of Biloxi Bridge includes a pedestrian walkway on the northbound side. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Drivers descend from I-110 into north reaches of Biloxi at Exit 1D to Bayview Avenue. Bayview Avenue meanders along the marshy southern shore of the Back Bay of Biloxi between the Oak Park subdivision and Back Bay Boulevard. Photo taken 05/09/15.
Following in quick succession on I-110 south is the half diamond interchange (Exit 1C) with Division Street. Division Street travels west to Forest Avenue by Keesler Air Force Base and east to Oak Street near Clay Point. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Lowering along Exit 1C, Hopkins Boulevard forms a south side frontage road to the I-110 viaduct from Division Street to U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard). Photo taken 11/20/15.
End signs advise motorists of the final mile of Interstate 110 south. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Forthcoming U.S. 90, known as Beach Boulevard, straddles the Mississippi Sound shoreline from Biloxi Bay west through Biloxi to Gulfport, Long Beach, Pass Christian and St. Louis Bay. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Supplemental overheads direct motorists onto U.S. 90 west to Keesler A.F.B. and U.S. 90 east to the adjacent Biloxi business and casino district. Photo taken 10/12/16.
The Interstate 110 southbound mainline defaults onto U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) west toward Keesler A.F.B. and Gulfport while a single lane flyover loops east to the Biloxi Bay Bridge and Ocean Springs. Photo taken 10/12/16.
Exit 1B lowers to the merge with U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) west from Interstate 110 south. The Gulfport city limits are 6.4 miles away. Photo taken 10/12/16.
A pair of large warning signs and flashers advised motorists of the ramp sharpness ahead of their respective merges onto Beach Boulevard. These assemblies were taken down by 2016 for replacement. Photo taken 05/09/15.
A second flyover takes drivers from U.S. 90 (Beach Boulevard) east onto Interstate 110 north. Photo taken 04/05/12.
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Exit 1A swings out over the beach and shallow waters of Mississippi Sound. Photos taken 05/09/15.

Photo Credits:

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

Connect with:
Interstate 10
U.S. 90

Page Updated 03-30-2017.