U.S. Route 95

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U.S. Route 95 (US 95) is a north–south U.S. highway in the western United States.wikipedia
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British Columbia Highway 95

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Its northern terminus is in Boundary County, Idaho, at the Canada–US border in Eastport, Idaho, where it continues north as British Columbia Highway 95. US 95 goes north to Sandpoint, where it joins with US 2, after which the highways run concurrent until after Bonners Ferry, where US 2 heads east to Montana and US 95 continues north to Canada, meeting BC 95 at the Canadian border.
The highway connects with U.S. Highway 95, from which the highway takes its number, at the Canada–U.S. border at Kingsgate, just north of Eastport, Idaho.

Needles, California

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It travels largely parallel to the west bank of the Colorado River until it joins Interstate 40 in Needles.
The city is accessible via Interstate 40 and U.S. Route 95.

Mexican Federal Highway 2

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As of 2010, the highway's southern terminus is in San Luis, Arizona, on the Mexico–US border, where Calle 1, a short spur leads to Mexican Federal Highway 2 in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora.

Eastport, Idaho

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Its northern terminus is in Boundary County, Idaho, at the Canada–US border in Eastport, Idaho, where it continues north as British Columbia Highway 95.
Eastport is located at the Canada–US border along U.S. Route 95, across from Kingsgate, British Columbia and 19 mi north of Moyie Springs.

Interstate 11

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It joins at the interchange as a multi-lane divided freeway past SR 173 and as part of the concurrent route of I-11 and US 93 in Boulder City.
Interstate 11 (I-11) is a north-south Interstate Highway tentatively planned to run from Nogales, Arizona, to the vicinity of Reno, Nevada, generally following the current routes of Interstate 19 (I-19), I-10, U.S. Route 93 (US 93) and US 95.

Beatty, Nevada

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Along this route it runs through the Amargosa Valley serving Beatty before heading north into Goldfield and Tonopah.
U.S. Route 95 runs through the town, which lies between Tonopah, about 90 mi to the north, and Las Vegas, about 120 mi to the southeast.

Tonopah, Nevada

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Along this route it runs through the Amargosa Valley serving Beatty before heading north into Goldfield and Tonopah.
It is located at the junction of U.S. Routes 6 and 95, approximately midway between Las Vegas and Reno.

Goffs, California

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The route then travels north from Goffs to the Nevada state line.
Goffs is accessible off Interstate 40 at U.S. Highway 95 north.

San Luis, Arizona

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As of 2010, the highway's southern terminus is in San Luis, Arizona, on the Mexico–US border, where Calle 1, a short spur leads to Mexican Federal Highway 2 in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora.
U.S. Route 95 connects the city to Yuma, as does Arizona State Route 195.

Nye County, Nevada

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Shortly after entering Nye County, US 95 becomes an undivided two-lane highway past the Mercury interchange, as it meanders northwestward through the state, roughly paralleling the California state line.
Nye County has a long stretch of U.S. Route 95, the main road connecting the state's population center in Las Vegas with the state capital in Carson City.

U.S. Route 20

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It passes through Homedale and crosses the Snake River before a junction with concurrent US 20 and US 26, which run together for eight miles (13 km).
It runs concurrently with US 26 and joins US 95 through Parma.

McDermitt, Nevada and Oregon

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It then heads north to the border with Oregon at McDermitt, a distance of 73 miles (117 km).
The community is on U.S. Highway 95, 73 mi north of Winnemucca.

Rome, Oregon

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US 95 descends to Basque Station (webcam) and Burns Junction at 3960 feet (1207 m), then eastward down to Rome (3390 ft, 1033 m) and up to Jordan Valley (4389', 1338 m) (webcam).
In the sparsely populated high desert of southeastern Oregon, Rome is immediately west of the Owyhee River on U.S. Route 95, approximately 12 mi northeast of Burns Junction.

Burns Junction, Oregon

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US 95 descends to Basque Station (webcam) and Burns Junction at 3960 feet (1207 m), then eastward down to Rome (3390 ft, 1033 m) and up to Jordan Valley (4389', 1338 m) (webcam).
Burns Junction is an unincorporated community in Malheur County, Oregon, United States, at the intersection of U.S. Route 95 and Oregon Route 78, about 80 mi southeast of the Harney County city of Burns.

U.S. Route 26

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It passes through Homedale and crosses the Snake River before a junction with concurrent US 20 and US 26, which run together for eight miles (13 km).
From the Oregon state line, U.S. 26 continues to follow U.S. 20 to Boise, with short multiplexes with U.S. Highway 95 near Parma and Interstate 84 at Caldwell.

Jordan Valley, Oregon

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US 95 descends to Basque Station (webcam) and Burns Junction at 3960 feet (1207 m), then eastward down to Rome (3390 ft, 1033 m) and up to Jordan Valley (4389', 1338 m) (webcam).
People within Jordan Valley primarily provide a number of services to tourists passing through on U.S. Route 95, which is the primary road from Boise, Idaho to Reno, Nevada.

U.S. Route 2

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US 95 goes north to Sandpoint, where it joins with US 2, after which the highways run concurrent until after Bonners Ferry, where US 2 heads east to Montana and US 95 continues north to Canada, meeting BC 95 at the Canadian border.
US 2 intersects US 95 at mile 28.4 in the town of Sandpoint.

Fruitland, Idaho

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It lies along U.S. Route 95 in the Treasure Valley of southwest Idaho, about 50 mi west of Boise on the border with Oregon.

Moscow, Idaho

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At a junction with US 195, US 95 proceeds north to Moscow as a recently completed divided highway.
From Pullman to the western boundary of Moscow (the state line), it follows the right of way of a dismantled Union Pacific railroad line, and east of US-95 it follows the right of way of a dismantled BNSF railroad line that junctioned at Arrow on the Clearwater River by way of Troy, Kendrick, and Juliaetta.

U.S. Route 195

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At a junction with US 195, US 95 proceeds north to Moscow as a recently completed divided highway.
The United States Highway System was established on November 11, 1926, during its adoption by the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) and included US 195, traveling north from US 95 within Washington through Pullman and Spokane before ending at US 95 in Sandpoint, Idaho.

United States Numbered Highway System

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U.S. Route 95 (US 95) is a north–south U.S. highway in the western United States.

Interstate Highway System

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Unlike many other US highways, it has not seen deletion or replacement on most of its length by an encroaching Interstate highway corridor, due to its mostly rural course.

Nevada

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Because of this, it still travels from border to border and is a primary north–south highway in both Nevada and Idaho.

Idaho

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Because of this, it still travels from border to border and is a primary north–south highway in both Nevada and Idaho.

Mexico

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This is one of the only US Routes or Interstate highways to cross from Mexico to Canada.