Interstate 88 (west)
Interstate 88 (abbreviated I-88) is an interstate highway entirely within the state of Illinois. It runs from an intersection with Interstate 80 near Silvis, Illinois, near Moline to an intersection with Interstates 290 and 294 in Hillside, Illinois, near Chicago. Interstate 88 is 140.60 miles (226.27 km) long.
Interstate 88 (east)
Interstate 88 (abbreviated I-88) is an Interstate highway entirely within the U.S. state of New York. Its western end is at Interstate 81 in Binghamton and its eastern end is at Interstate 90 in Schenectady. It serves as an important connector route from Albany to Binghamton, Elmira (via NY 17/future I-86), and Scranton, Pennsylvania (via I-81). It runs near New York State Route 7, which was once the main route through the area, for its entire length.
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