U.S. 95

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U.S. 95 is Idaho's longest route at 538.56 miles. The US highway enters Idaho from Oregon, 33 miles south of Homedale and ends at Eastport on the Canadian Border, opposite British Columbia 95 south from Cranbrook.

U.S. 95 north
U.S. 95 enter the city of Coeur d'Alene at Blackwell Island on the Spokane River. Photo taken 09/01/06.
The Spokane river bridge for U.S. 95 was built in 1968. Construction of the span included the relocation of U.S. 95 from an older span to the southeast and Mullan Road. Photo taken 09/01/06.
A parclo interchange lies at the north end of the Spokane River bridge with Northwest Boulevard near North Idaho College. Photo taken 09/01/06.
Northwest Boulevard represents the former alignments of both Business Loop I-90 and U.S. 10 from between Seltice Way / I-90 to the north and Sherman Avenue at the Coeur d'Alene City Center to the south. Photo taken 09/01/06.
U.S. 95 south
Heading south from Interstate 90, U.S. 95 (Lincoln Way) next meets Ironwood Drive at Kootenai Medical Center. Ironwood Drive leads west to Northwest Boulevard and Seltice Way (old U.S. 10) and east to Government Way (former U.S. 95). Photo taken 09/01/06.
Lincoln Way constitutes a five-lane arterial south from Ironwood Drive to Walnut Avenue through six residential blocks of Coeur d'Alene. Photo taken 09/01/06.
Button copy signs precede the U.S. 95 split from Lincoln Way at forthcoming Walnut Avenue. U.S. 95 originally followed Government Way south to Mullan Road, where the route turned westward to its original crossing over the Spokane River. Photo taken 09/01/06.
U.S. 95 (Lincoln Way) south at Lacrosse Avenue. A set of pedestrian signals reside at this intersection. Photo taken 09/01/06.
U.S. 95 turns west from Lincoln Way for its bridge across the Spokane River. Photo taken 09/01/06.
A parclo interchange connects U.S. 95 with Northwest Boulevard (former Business Loop I-90) ahead of the Spokane River. Photo taken 09/01/06.
Northwest Boulevard leads northwest from Sherman Avenue to Seltice Way at I-90 as the old route of U.S. 10. Photo taken 09/01/06.
A left turn takes drivers from U.S. 95 south onto southbound Northwest Boulevard to the Coeur d'Alene city center and Sherman Avenue (old U.S. 10 east to I-90). Photo taken 09/01/06.
Spanning the Spokane River southwest along U.S. 95 to Blackwell Island. Photo taken 09/01/06.
The Spokane River flows 111 miles west from adjacent Lake Coeur d'Alene to the Columbia River at Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake in Washington. Photo taken 09/01/06.
Continuing south from Coeur d'Alene, U.S. 95 travels 24 miles to junction ID 58 west to Rockford, Washington, 34 miles to Plummer (junction ID 5 east) and 84 miles to Moscow. Photo taken 09/01/06.

Photo Credits:

09/01/06 by AARoads and Chris Kalina

Connect with:
Interstate 90

Page Updated 11-01-2013.