Georgia Interstate I-95

Georgia Interstate I-95 is the main highway that stretches along the East Coast of the United States. It serves as a vital transportation link between the major cities in Georgia, including Atlanta, Savannah, Macon, and Augusta.

I-95 is one of the most heavily traveled interstates in America, with an average daily traffic count of over 200,000 vehicles. It is also one of the longest highways in the United States and plays an important role in connecting many major cities along its route.

The interstate provides access to many popular tourist attractions such as Tybee Island and Cumberland Island National Seashore. It also serves as an important corridor for commerce and trade between Georgia and other states on the East Coast.

Interstate I95 Georgia Rest Areas

GA I-95 Northbound – Mile Marker 1 St Marys Welcome Center | MAP

GA I-95 Southbound – Mile Marker 111 – Savannah Welcome Center | MAP

GA I-95 Southbound – Mile Marker 320 – Glynn County Rest Area Southbound | MAP