Interstate Highways in Puerto Rico
There are Interstate Highways in Puerto Rico that get money from the government. These Interstate Highways run along tollways and roads that are not grade separated, which means drivers must use a specially made group of ramps to get to the road. There are no signs for these Interstate Highways. They are signed as Puerto Rico routes.
The three Interstate Highways in Puerto Rico are:
- Interstate PRI-1 goes from San Juan southwest to Ponce on the shortest route. It goes along Puerto Rico Highway 52 and Puerto Rico Highway 18. It is 71.08 miles (114.39 km) long.
- Interstate PRI-2 goes from San Juan to Ponce along the coast of western Puerto Rico. It goes along Puerto Rico Highway 22 and Puerto Rico Highway 2. It is 138.13 miles (222.30 km) long.
- Interstate PRI-3 goes from San Juan southeast to Ceiba. It goes along Puerto Rico Highway 53. It is 40.56 miles (65.27 km) long.