Definitions for "Interstate 695"
Interstate 695 (abbreviated I-695) is a 51.59-mile-long full beltway Interstate highway extending around Baltimore, Maryland. I-695 is officially designated the McKeldin Beltway, but is colloquially known as the Baltimore Beltway. Construction began on the Beltway in 1962.
This article is about Interstate 695 in Washington, D.C.; an Interstate 695 exists in Baltimore.
Interstate 695 (abbreviated I-695) is a short connector route in the Bronx between I-95 (Bruckner Expressway) and I-295 (Cross Bronx Expressway) near the Throgs Neck Bridge towards Queens and Long Island. The highway, also known as the Throgs Neck Expressway, was completed in 1961 at a cost of $16 million and is an important connection to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Until 1971, the highway was signed as part of Interstate 78; signage then read I-295 until 1986.