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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Travel Info AppsNew CVO Online PortalVPP SuiteWeather-Related Events ResponseElectronic Tolling2040 VisionM-95 Marine Highway

I-95 Corridor Traveler Information Apps

Travel Apps for the 16 States/DC in the I-95 Corridor - Travelers along the I-95 Corridor now have a one stop location on www.I95coalition.org where travel applications can be accessed for the States from Maine to Florida, Vermont and the District of Columbia: I-95 Corridor Traveler Information Apps page. This page provides the links for traveler information on mobile operating systems, public agency Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Flickr, YouTube, and RSS sites – as well as connections for e-mail and text alerts.

The “I-95 Corridor Traveler Information Apps Page” developed and hosted by the I-95 Corridor Coalition, is designed to assist the traveling public in route planning and enhance the ability for travelers to readily locate Travel Apps from the Coalition’s member agencies along the Corridor. Please distribute the link to the parties you deem as appropriate – you are also welcome to link your website to the Apps page. Please let us know if you have any comments or questions. They may be directed to Marygrace Parker, Coalition Travel Information Program Coordinator, at i95mgp@ttlc.net or 518-852-4083.

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Regional Travel InformationNAFTANext SummitText Stop InitiativePennsylvania to Link I-95Freight Moves FloridaConstruction Alerts

Vermont Awarded Transportation Technology Grant to Enhance Regional Travel Information

Congratulations to Vermont for receiving a $1 million federal grant to further its innovative travel management and information programs, benefitting the State of Vermont as well as other New England States. The “Accelerate Innovation Deployment” program award will help the tri-state region of Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire implement an Advanced Transportation Management System and Traveler Information System providing state-of-the-art traveler information services to the public. Additionally, Vermont will install adaptive signals to adjust for traffic levels, and will link to the Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS) in use by other I-95 Corridor Coalition member states.

“At VTrans we are aggressively pursuing innovation and efficiency in our work as well as improved customer service,” stated VTrans Deputy Secretary, Sue Minter. “This new system will significantly improve service to travelers in Vermont, as well as customers of our neighboring states and travelers throughout the region,” she said.

Robert T. White, the Senior Manager for the Vermont Agency of Transportation Maintenance and Operations Bureau Technical Services Section, is working with his counterparts in other states to advance the region’s travel information system. White noted, “Reaching beyond jurisdictional boundaries, to provide timely and accurate travel information and traffic management for the long- distance traveler, is a goal of our State and of the I-95 Corridor Coalition. We look forward to the continued sharing of our travel information and our program – its successes and lessons learned - with states throughout the I-95 corridor.”

Additional details can be found at: Burlington Free Press article and USDOT Grant Program.


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
 Northern Virginia Lane Closures

Changes are coming to the I-95 corridor in Northern Virginia. The current HOV lanes are being converted to Express Lanes between Alexandria and Stafford, Virginia. If planning to travel along this portion of I-95 please review the vamegaprojects.com website for updated construction information and lane closure notices, or the 95expresslanes.com site for information on how to use the Express Lanes. The project will be complete by the end of 2014, and the new lanes - requiring all travelers to have E-ZPass - will be open to motorists by early 2015.

 Pulaski Skyway

Pulaski Skyway – NJ and NY Long-term Major Construction Project. Click here for more details.

Watch a video that provides an overview of the project, with an emphasis on helping motorists learn about travel options once the Pulaski Skyway northbound lanes are closed: http://youtu.be/MRJXdUiVKwY

Read NY Times article called 'Drivers in New Jersey to Lose Link as Pulaski Skyway Route Close'.


Delaware DOT Secretary Bhatt Named Chair of I-95 Corridor Coalition

BhattDelaware DOT's Secretary Shailen Bhatt has been named Chair of the I-95 Corridor Coalition's Executive Board.

"The Coalition plays an important role in coordinating efforts among states and transit agencies to ensure travelers on the Corridor get to their destinations. We are also sensitive to the need for the Coalition to address traffic congestion, unsafe road conditions, and loss of travel time. In addition, we're striving for better coordination among transportation agencies during weather events," said Secretary Bhatt.

Click here to listen to a Transportation Radio interview with Secretary Bhatt discussing his goals for the I-95 Corridor Coalition.

  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: