About The Project

The I95 Exit 14,15 and US1 Improvement Project is designed to alleviate traffic congestion  and bottleneck issues in the area.  The three-year, $42.3 million project will add a Route 7 connector exit lane to I-95 south that will extend 2,300 feet to Exit 14 at Connecticut Avenue. Under the plans, a second 2,100-foot auxiliary lane will also be added to the interstate's northbound lanes from the northbound Scribner Avenue entrance to Exit 15.


Additionally the construction of new and wider sidewalks along parts of Connecticut Avenue from Fairfield Avenue west to Exit 14 are also planned.


The project is scheduled to be completed Spring 2016. 


This website is designed to provide the most up to date information and ensure the local community is aware of various steps throughout the progress of the project. 


Please review the site and if you have any questions make sure to Contact Us and provide any feedback or comments.