Travel Alerts

speed Alert

Posted on December 12 at 3:41 AM

At the request of the Maine State Police, speed limits on the Maine Turnpike from New Hampshire line (Mile 0) to Exit 53 in Falmouth have been reduced to 45 MPH due to snow. Please travel with caution and adjust your speed for conditions.
Additional Information
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.

Updated on 12/12/2017 at 4:43 AM
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph for the entire length of the Maine Turnpike. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.


Updated on 12/13/2017 at 12:08 AM
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit on the Maine Turnpike has been reduced to 45 mph from exit 53 in Falmouth to exit 109 in Augusta. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.



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travelerservices-1.jpgThe Maine Turnpike Authority operates the 109-mile toll highway (I-95) through four of Maine’s 16 counties:  York, Cumberland, Androscoggin and Kennebec.  The Turnpike begins in town of Kittery, extends through Greater Portland and the Lewiston-Auburn area, and ends at the State Capital of Augusta. View our interactive map for details about exit numbers and connector roads to your ultimate destination.

Visit one of our five Turnpike Service Plazas to rest, refresh and refuel. Most services are available 24 hours a day to provide a safe and comfortable rest stop for motorists and spaces for long-haul operators to park. The Turnpike Authority manages 15 Park and Ride lots  for commuters and carpoolers. All Park and Ride lots are located adjacent to Turnpike interchanges between York and Augusta.

The Maine Turnpike Authority helps to fund important transportation alternatives like the ZOOM Bus Express bus service, which runs from Saco to convenient Metro connection services throughout Portland, Maine. Day trip fares and monthly commuter rates are available. The GOMaine program is a statewide carpooling service. Individuals can find riders with similar work schedules and locations through a web driven data base of commuters interested in sharing the ride and expenses. 

Plan your trip by checking out the mileage-based exit numbers and view highway images on our Traffic Cameras to see up to the minute traffic conditions on key sections of the Turnpike.
 
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