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Interstate 81 marker

Interstate 81
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Route information
Length:854.89 mi (1,376 km)
Major junctions
South end: I-40 in Dandridge, TN
  I-26 / US-23 near Kingsport, TN

I-77 near Wytheville, VA
I-64 from Lexington, VA to Staunton, VA
I-70 at Hagerstown, MD
I-76 / Penna. Tpk. at Carlisle, PA
I-78 at Union Township, PA
I-80 near Hazleton, PA
I-84 near Scranton, PA

Future plate blue.svg
I-86 / NY 17 in Binghamton, NY
I-90 / Thruway in Syracuse, NY
North end: Highway 137 at Thousand Islands Bridge in Wellesley Island, NY/ON
(TO Highway 401)
Highway system

Main route of the Interstate Highway System
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Interstate 81 is a north-south interstate in the eastern United States. It runs from Dandridge, Tennessee in the south to Wellesley Island, New York in the north; for a total distance for about 854.89 miles (1,375.81 km). It follows the Appalachian Mountains for nearly its entire length.

Interstate 81 begins in Tennessee at Interstate 40 in Dandridge. The route follows the Appalachian Mountains for much of its route through Tennessee and Virginia, serving such cities as the twin cities of Bristol, Tennessee and Bristol, Virginia, Roanoke, Blacksburg, Lexington, Staunton, Harrisonburg, and Winchester. In Harrisonburg, I-81 cuts through the James Madison University campus. It follows its older counterpart, U.S. Route 11, for its entire length in Virginia.

Interstate 81 briefly enters the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, serving the city of Martinsburg. It then crosses the state of Maryland at one of its narrowest points, passing through the "Hub City" of Hagerstown where it crosses many other routes. view more...