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The Maine Interstate 95 New Exit Numbers (Scanning The List...)

     No one likes change ...especially the older they get.  But the new numbering of the Maine I-95 exits makes sense. 

You have exits now that reflect how many miles into Maine you are. From Kittery's mile one to Houlton Maine's  town exit 302 and airport exit on Canadian border of New Brunswick Canada of 305.  The one for the Houlton Maine International Airport, Industrial Park. You last chance in Maine to turn around before sailing over the rumble strips. By the US Customs / Immigration Station and rolling down the window. For a few questions about what are you up to as you edge into New Brunswick Canada. To explore the Atlantic Canadian provinces. Here's the I-95 exit list...maine welcome sign mooers realty

Exit 1 Kittery - Exit 1
Exit 2 Kitery - Exit 2
Exit 3 Kittery - Exit 3
Exit 4 York - Exit 7                                                                          
Exit 2 Wells - Exit 19
Exit 3 Kennebunk - Exit 25
Exit 4 Biddeford - Exit 32
Exit 5 Saco - Exit 36

Exit 6 Scarborough - Exit 42
Exit 6A Scarborough - Exit 44
Exit 7 South Portland - Exit 45
Exit 7A South Portland - Exit 46

Exit 7B Portland/Westbrook - Exit 47
Exit 8 Westbrook - Exit 48
Exit 9 Falmouth Spur - Exit 52
Exit 10 Falmouth - Exit 53

Exit 11 Gray - Exit 63
Exit 12 Auburn - Exit 75
Exit 13 Lewiston - Exit 80
New interchange in Sabattus - Exit 86

Exit 14A West Gardiner - Exit 102
Exit 14B West Gardiner - Exit 103
Exit 30 A&B Augusta - Exit 109 Northbound, 109 A&B Southbound
Exit 31 A&B Augusta - Exit 112 A&B Northbound, 112 Southbound

Exit 32 Sidney - Exit 120
Exit 33 Oakland - Exit 127
Exit 34 Waterville - Exit 130
Exit 35 Fairfield - Exit 132

Exit 36 Fairfield - Exit 133
Exit 37 Clinton - Exit 138
Exit 38 Pittsfield - Exit 150
Exit 39 Palmyra/Newport - Exit 157

Exit 40 Newport - Exit 159
Exit 41 Plymouth - Exit 161
Exit 42 Etna - Exit 167
Exit 43 Carmel - Exit 174

Exit 44 Hampden - Exit 180
Exit 45 A&B Bangor - Exit 182 A&B
Exit 46 Bangor - Exit 183
Exit 47 Bangor - Exit 184

Exit 48 Bangor - Exit 185
Exit 48A Bangor - Exit 186
Exit 49 Bangor - Exit 187
Exit 50 Orono - Exit 191

Exit 51 Orono - Exit 193
Exit 52 Old Town - Exit 197
Exit 53 Old Town - Exit 199
Exit 54 Howland - Exit 217

Exit 55 Lincoln - Exit 227
Exit 56 Medway - Exit 244
Exit 57 Benedicta - Exit 259
Exit 58 Sherman - Exit 264

Exit 59 Island Falls - Exit 276
Exit 60 Oakfield - Exit 286
Exit 61 Smyrna - Exit 291
Exit 62 Houlton - Exit 302
Exit 63 Houlton - Exit 305

The old exit numbers are still listed on signs for those with old maps. 

In Benedicta Maine, only one ramp. You can hit the little town in Aroostok County heading north by maine social media explained graphicswerving right with the blinker on, as you slow down to ramp speed.

But to get back on in Benedicta Maine, not going to happen.

Yet.

This north bound I-95 exit was slow in the making, the twin will probably not be priority one either.

Unless gold, oil, something pretty unique like uranium is discovered in the hills of Benedicta, Maine.

Or maybe Baxter State Park becomes a national listing. Stepping up the visits, traffic. For motorists to get to the north entrance up Rt 11, into Patten Maine. To start the hike up Mt Katahdin, other hills, bumps to scale up and down.

Lucky to be at the beginning where the Trans Canada joins Houlton's Maine's start of the Interstate 95 transportation system.

The one that ends up at the tip of Florida. Waiting for a bridge to Cuba, Puerto Rico,  the other islands. Interstate 95 makes is so so easy to zip to, through Maine, Vacationland.

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Comment balloon 6 commentsAndrew Mooers • October 02 2007 08:33PM

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Good morning Andy. I was not aware of the changes. Some change can be a pain, but we are very good at adapting.

Make it a great week!

 

Posted by Joe Petrowsky, Your Mortgage Consultant for Life (Mortgage Consultant, Right Trac Financial Group, Inc. NMLS # 2709) almost 3 years ago

Hi Andrew.  I rarely get past exit 8.  Shame on me.

Posted by Conrad Allen, Webster, Ma, Realtor (Re/Max Professional Associates) almost 3 years ago

JP ... Happened awhile back but not you know where you are, how far based on mile number of the exit. Where I am you can go two hours north. And still be in Maine. A big drink of water... long, wide, largest New England state.

CA ... Need gas money to go further or a better mileage car? Heck, hitch hike up and see what you are missing. Sample all of Maine. Not just the outlets, tourist traps.

 

Posted by Andrew Mooers, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) almost 3 years ago

Andrew Mooers  I do not like to drive that far . I would fly . This is a great local post 

Posted by Hannah Williams, Expertise NE Philadelphia & Bucks 215-953-8818 (Re/Max Eastern inc.) about 2 years ago

Andrew

The only thing in our life is change . . . .  let's hope Map Quest and Goggle Maps keep up with the change.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Posted by Lou Ludwig, Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC (Ludwig & Associates) about 2 years ago

This is good information for area residents and visitors.

Now, we need to plan our trip!

Posted by Roy Kelley, Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs (Realty Group Referrals) almost 2 years ago

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