Interstate 86 (east)

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Interstate 86 marker

Interstate 86

Map of Pennsylvania and New York with I-86 marked in red. Its future routing is marked with a dashed red line.
Route information
Maintained by PennDOT and NYSDOT
Existed: December 3, 1999[1] – present
Main segment
Length: 196.89 mi[2][3] (316.86 km)
West end: I-90 near Erie, PA
Major
junctions:
US 219 near Salamanca, NY
I-390 near Avoca, NY
US 15 near Corning, NY
East end: NY 352 in Elmira, NY
Eastern segment
Length: 9.96 mi[3] (16.03 km)
West end: I-81 near Binghamton, NY
East end: NY 79 in Windsor, NY
Highway system

Main route of the Interstate Highway System
Main • Auxiliary • Business

Interstate 86 is an Interstate Highway in the United States in two parts. The west part goes from Erie, Pennsylvania east to Elmira, New York. The east part goes from Binghamton, New York east to Windsor. The two parts of the route add up to 206.85 miles (332.89 km).[2][3]

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