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List of Interstate Highways in Florida

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Interstate Highways of the Florida State Highway System
Interstate 4 marker
Interstate 75 marker
Interstate 295 marker
Markers in use for Interstate Highways in Florida
System information
Length1,497.58 mi[1] (2,410.12 km)
FormedJune 29, 1956 (1956-06-29)[2]
Highway names
InterstatesInterstate X (I-X)
US HighwaysU.S. Highway X (US X)
StateState Road X (SR X)
System links

The Interstate Highways in the state of Florida are owned and maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).[3] There are four primary interstate highways and eight auxiliary highways, with a ninth proposed, totaling 1,497.58 miles (2,410.12 km) interstate miles in Florida. The longest interstate is I-75, extending 470.678 miles (757.483 km), and the shortest is I-395, extending just 1.292 miles (2.079 km).[4]

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So in honor of the holidays today I decided to make my very first top-five list and today we'll be talking about the Haunted highways of the US so while you guys are driving out visiting family you may well be cautious on which roads you take starting us off is number one with the Clinton Road in West Milford New Jersey this road reportedly has phantom headlights following you along the road while an old circus zoo lays hidden inside the forest apparently where inbred creatures escaped and are now living in the woods there's an old bridge where legend has it if you toss a coin in a boy who drowned there will toss the coin back this location is also a hot spot for satanic worshiper that are often seen by passer bys in the middle of the night probably something that would spook a normal family number two is Kelly Road in Ohioville PA this is actually a place that I was going to go visit so, I might, I might still do it There are reports of animals going rabid upon stepping into this area immediately once they enter this kinda like bizarre Bermuda Triangle type thing but kind of that aspect for the moment they step in stuff gets real. There are sightings of apparitions and strange noises alongside the road and there even has a sighting of a pale ghost boy moving through nearby yards of residence not far from the road Number three dead man's curve in Clermont County Ohio. This road has actually taken many lies which could contribute to some of the paranormal phenomena that has happened here. Witnesses have seen floating visions of wrecked cars alongside the road while also having encounters with faceless hitchhikers that plead for a ride there are even apparitions of antique carriages that have fallen off the road that is kind of weird but probably would have been really cool to see on a road trip that you've spent hours on with your family because that can get really boring guys very very quickly number four is the shades of Death Road and Warren County New Jersey is another place that me and a few friends wanted to go see but we did not because we had school and school is very important. First off I mean the name, I mean, Shades of death is very creepy so that automatically pushes this up on the list there seems to be extreme fog and unexplainable bright skies along this road that no one can really pinpoint to any scientific explanation this road is also notorious for real life lynching and for the viewers that don't know lynching is and don't feel like googling before his video ends, it's hanging like choke, neck snap, dead. there are even legends of strange light anomalies, usually white, floating through or alongside the road. The legend has it that if these lights turn red while you are looking at them you are destined to die or even die on that road. Now Number Five no contest at all comes in with route 666 otherwise known and renamed in 2003, as US Route 491 now I believe this is the sixth intersection or something i dont no highway grammar in general this is the sixth section of Route 66 so it is technically appropriately named by the name itself kinda gave people an uneasy feeling and it was later dubbed The Devil's Highway mainly due to the high fatality rates in the New Mexico section of the highway all those skeptics can kind of disprove that in a way just saying that it's because the highways not built right which I guess is an OK thing but there are also reports of a white dress girl wandering through the desert and upon anyone going to go help her she disappears. There are even sightings and reports of Maleficent spirits that would climb into your car while you're driving the crazy part because all these things are also seen and I'm going to list them off because there are a lot they are skin walkers the Native American legends that we stated in a recent video as well as Chupacabras there are also UFOs and strange weather phenomenon that happen in this area there are strange creatures and even demon dogs as well as Ghost truckers and phantom riders alongside the road and there are many many more reports are strangely high and I'm not entirely sure why that is remember this is just a warning to stay safe this holiday season and make sure to check up on the roads and highways that you may be taking home when visiting family just to be safe Thank you for staying with us to the end if you enjoy this journey hit the like button down below and leave a comment in the comment section. I always consider suggestions for new videos of topics, so do not be shy. Also do not forget to subscribe in order to stay up-to-date on all things are unexplained until then I hope to see you again next time as we take another trip to the Realm of the Unknown


Primary Interstates

Number Length (mi)[4] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
I-4 132.298 212.913 I-275 in Tampa I-95 in Daytona Beach 01957-01-011957 current
I-10 362.262 583.004 I-10 at Alabama state line I-95 in Jacksonville 01958-01-011958 current
I-75 470.678 757.483 SR 826 in Hialeah I-75 at Georgia state line 01958-01-011958 current
I-75E 45.4 73.1 I-75 near Palmetto I-75 in Wesley Chapel 01968-01-011968 01972-01-011972 Former designation for Eastern bypass of Tampa when I-75 went though St. Petersburg, later swapped with I-275
I-95 382.083 614.903 US 1 in Miami I-95 at St. Mary's River 01957-01-011957 current

Auxiliary Interstates

Number Length (mi)[4] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
I-110 6.341 10.205 US 90/US 98 in Pensacola I-10 north of Pensacola 01969-01-011969 current
I-175 1.440 2.317 I-275 in St. Petersburg SR 687 in St. Petersburg 01980-01-011980 current
I-275 60.696 97.681 I-75 near Palmetto I-75 in Wesley Chapel 01973-01-011973 current
I-375 1.340 2.157 I-275 in St. Petersburg US 19 Alt./SR 595 in St. Petersburg 01979-01-011979 current
I-195 4.424 7.120 I-95/SR 112 in Miami SR 907A/SR 112 in Miami Beach 01959-01-011959 current
I-295 60.864 97.951 Beltway loop located in Jacksonville 01967-01-011967 current
I-395 1.292 2.079 I-95 in Miami SR A1A in Miami 01971-01-011971 current
I-595 12.860 20.696 I-75 on WestonSunriseDavie tripoint Eller Drive in Fort Lauderdale 01990-01-011990 current
I-795 7.5 12.1 I-95 in Jacksonville I-295 in Jacksonville proposed
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  1. ^ Adderly, Kevin (January 27, 2016). "Table 3: Interstate Routes in Each of the 50 States, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico". Route Log and Finder List. Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
  2. ^ *McNichol, Dan (2006). The Roads that Built America. New York: Sterling. p. 106. ISBN 1-4027-3468-9. OCLC 63377558.
  3. ^ "Transportation Data and Analytics Office". Florida Department of Transportation. September 4, 2018. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  4. ^ a b c Florida Department of Transportation (July 2012). "Interchange Report" (PDF). Florida Department of Transportation. pp. 1–11. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 8, 2012. Retrieved January 17, 2014.
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