I-85 through I-88 and Signed Branch Routes

Interstate South/West End North/East End
85 Montgomery, AL Petersburg, VA
185 GA Fort Benning LaGrange
185 SC Mauldin Greenville
285 GA Beltway – Atlanta
285 NC Lexington Winston-Salem
385 SC Greenville Clinton
485 NC Beltway – Charlotte
585 SC Spartanburg Lone Oak
785 NC/VA Greensboro, NC Danville, VA
885 NC Research Triangle Park Durham
985 GA Suwanee Gainesville
86 (west) Heyburn, ID Pocatello, ID
86 (east) near Harborcreek, PA Elmira, NY
(Harriman, NY)
87 Queens, New York City, NY Canadian Border – Rouses Point, NY
87 NC Raleigh, NC Chesapeake, VA at NC state line
287 NJ/NY Perth Amboy, NJ Rye, NY
587 NC Zebulon Greenville
587 NY west of Kingston Kingston
787 NY Albany Troy
88 (west) East Moline, IL Elmhurst, IL
88 (east) Binghamton, NY Schenectady, NY
I-85 south at I-285 - Tom Moreland Interchange
A large systems interchange, locally known as “Spagetti Junction” connects I-85 and I-285 on the northeast side of Atlanta. 08/10/13

The Tom Moreland Interchange between I-85 and I-285 was constructed as part of the 1976-94 “Freeing the Freeways” megaproject undertaken in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Replacing a cloverleaf, the multi level interchange was completed in 1987.

I-87 north at NY 22 - Plattsburgh
Autoroute 15 trailblazers appear periodically along I-87 through the Adirondacks Region for the freeway north into Quebec, Canada. Photo by Shaun Ganley (03/18/15).

Exit tabs for Interstate 87 from NY 9N (Exit 34) northward are bilingual as an aid to French Canadian motorists headed north toward Montreal.