Delaware Turnpike
Southbound Views
Welcome to Delaware! Exit 11 is for I-495. It splits off right at the state line, before the welcome sign. All of the signage for exit 11 is in Pennsylvania.
Photos taken May 2017.
Exit 9 is for Marsh Road (DE 3).
Photos taken May 2017.
Exit 8 is for Concord Pike (US 202). Southbound US 202 is multiplexed with I-95 straight ahead, although there is no signage to indicate so.
Photos taken May 2017.
Exits 7A-B are for Delaware Avenue (DE 52).
Photos taken May 2017.
Exit 6 is for DE 4, Fourth Street (DE 9), and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Photos taken May 2017.
There is an unnumbered left exit for I-295.
Photos taken May 2017.
Exits 5A-B are for Basin Road (DE 141). US 202 leaves I-95 here and follows Basin Road south to US 13/US 40.
Photos taken 2016-2017.
I-95 and I-295 merge to form a large highway with four lanes in each direction. From this point south, I-95 is called the Delaware Turnpike. Exits 4B-A are for Churchmans Road (DE 58), DE 1, DE 7, and Mall Road.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exit 3 is for DE 273.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is a welcome center and service area in the center of the highway.
Photos taken April 2019.
Exits 1B-A are for DE 896 and US 301.
Photos taken April 2019.
At the end of the Delaware Turnpike, there is a toll that all motorists must pay before leaving the state.
Photos taken April 2019.
I-95 continues straight ahead into Maryland. There is some advance signage for the first Maryland exit before the state line.
Photos taken April 2019.
South to Maryland

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