A partnership of transportation agencies and related organizations, from Maine to Florida and in Canada, working together to accelerate improvements in transportation across multiple jurisdictions and throughout all modes.

Vehicle Probe
The I-95 Vehicle Probe Project is a groundbreaking initiative providing comprehensive and continuous travel time information on freeways and arterials using probe technology. VPPII is here! New documents for VPPII are being added to the VPP page. Please look for these new documents in the VPPII section. The files from the original VPP will remain for your reference
Go to the Vehicle Probe page
Mileage Based User Fee
The Mileage Based User Fee project will be based on actual operating environments and current conditions in the selected states and will analyze specific adaptations that would need to be made to administer VMT based charges. The project analyzed the alignment of required VMT administrative functions to those existing functions most prevalent within state DMVs, toll authorities and state Revenue Agencies.
Go to Project page
Eco-Driving Campaign
The I-95 Corridor Coalition member agencies have partnered in an Eco-Driving Campaign to provide drivers with easy changes that can be made to reduce fuel consumption, wear and tear on vehicles, and environmental impacts. Click on the button below to see tips - such as removing unnecessary items from the trunk, inflating tires, and using cruise control - and other timely information from this Eco-Driving Campaign.
Go to the Eco-Driving page
Traffic Incident Management
IM Virtual Training for 1st Responders - Intensive training program that uses three-dimensional, multi-player computer gaming simulation technology to test, validate, certify, and reinforce the dissemination of best incident management practices across the Coalition region.
Go to IM 1st Responders Virtual Training page
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Significant Events ConferenceTravel Info AppsVPP SuiteNew CVO Online PortalElectronic Tolling2040 VisionM-95 Marine Highway

With recent major weather occurrences, preparing for and responding to significant events has become a timely topic – especially as it pertains to multijurisdictional coordination. To help arm public agencies and the private sector with tools and plans to best manage significant events, the I-95 Corridor Coalition is conducting the following conference:

Significant Events Coordination: Removing Barriers and Opening the Door for Cross-Disciplinary Understanding and Coordination
May 12-13, 2015
Linthicum Heights, MD (near BWI Airport)

The conference will bring together national leaders and peers to learn of new tools and technology and share best practices to support aggressive and informed decision-making. With stage-setting remarks by Commissioner Joan McDonald, NYSDOT and Chair of the I-95 Corridor Coalition Executive Board, and Jeffrey Lindley, Associate Administrator, FHWA Office of Operations, conference topics will include: "Significant Events Response – A Roadmap for All Levels and Disciplines;” “How to Do Business When It’s Not Business as Usual;” “Event Response – Tools You Can Use at Your Agency;” “A Roadmap for Implementation -- Some Examples of Best Practices;” “Protecting ITS Networks;" and “A Glimpse of the Future.”

bullet Read additional conference details – including the preliminary agenda, registration form, and sponsorship information.

Conference Sponsors

 News from Our Members Minimize
Job PostingInteragency CooperationRegional Travel InformationNAFTANext SummitText Stop InitiativePennsylvania to Link I-95Freight Moves FloridaConstruction Alerts

Florida DOT Job Opportunity - State Freight and Logistic Administrator

Florida DOT is offering a job position in Tallahasse FL - To manage and direct the department’s Intermodal Freight Planning responsibilities which focus on the implementation of a freight movement planning process to identify, evaluate, and prioritize needed projects and actions that will improve the movement of freight and ensure the interoperability of freight and passenger transportation systems in the state. For more informatiion click here.


National Public Radio Series Features I-95

I95National Public Radio (NPR) has produced a new short series featuring Interstate 95 – the series is informative and entertaining, and provides the public with a sampling of the substantial role that I-95 plays along the Eastern Seaboard.

The series covers topics such as the missing link, the Port of Savannah, tourism and jobs from I-95 in South Florida and in Maine, must-see exit stops, 95 songs for driving on I-95, and futurists’ ideas to keep traffic flowing. 

I-95: The Most Traveled Road >> Go to NPR Special Series
 I-95 News

Majors Delays Expected – Avoid I-95 in Baltimore City

Major Roadwork on I-95 South of Fort McHenry Tunnel: motorists traveling thru Baltimore City should use I-695/Key Bridge or I-895/Harbor Tunnel. See Changing traffic patterns through Fall 2015. 


New I-95 Express Toll Lanes Open in Maryland

The Maryland Transportation Authority opens the I-95 Express Toll Lanes in northeast Baltimore (located between I-895 and just north of MD 43 – White Marsh Blvd). For more information click here.

 Long-term Major Constructions

New Rules on I-95 Will Affect Travelers Who Use the HOV Lanes - 95 Express Lanes opening in December, bringing new rules of the road
The I-95/395 HOV lanes are being converted to tolled express lanes for 29 miles between Route 610 in Stafford County and Edsall Road in Fairfax County. The lanes will use dynamic tolls to keep traffic flowing and provide a more predictable travel option on I-95. USe 95expresslanes.com site for information on how to use the Express Lanes.

Pulaski Skyway Repairs Begins - Pulaski Skyway Northbound Lanes Closed
The northbound travel lanes on the Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway will be closed for approximately 24 months while the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) rehabilitates the bridge deck. For alternative routes click here.

  Travel Planning

New Technologies Benefit Travelers along the I-95 Corridor

Advancements in technologies are providing real time and historical travel trend information to travelers. Following are examples of new tools to assist travelers in trip planning: