In Arizona, US 95 runs from the Mexican border in San Luis to the California state line in Ehrenberg. US 95 is one of the few US routes that still run from border to border.
Length: 1,574 miles in total, 123 miles in Arizona
Existed since: 1926 nationally, 1960 in Arizona
Current Route in Arizona: Mexican border in San Luis to California state line in Ehrenberg
Historical Route in Arizona: Part of AZ 95
Current Route Nationally: Mexican border in San Luis, AZ to Canadian border in Eastport, ID
Major Junctions: I-8, AZ 95, I-10
US 95 passes by the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge which has a small grove of rare palm trees which are the only palm trees native to Arizona.
US 95 Truck
Until 2015, there was a US 95 Truck designation in San Luis for trucks to get to the truck inspection station at the border. In 2015, US 95 was rerouted so that northbound went up 1st Ave and D Street while southbound went down Archibald St and Urtuzuastegu St.
Page last updated: 3/2/2022