Which road is smoother I-295 or I-95 to get south of Richmond it has been several years since we traveled down that way. Thanks for any info. P.S we are towing a 5Th wheel.
Assuming you're coming from your listed home location, I'd recommend taking US301 down to I295 and avoid that whole unpredictable Fredericksburg-Richmond-Petersburg corridor. 301 is two lane highway part of the way (mainly between Bowling Green and the I295 junction), but there's far less traffic and far less likelihood of major traffic delays.
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I drove 95 through Richmond this past March and I thought the road and traffic were terrible. Also as you get closer to Fredricksburg MD you'll pick up heavy road construction where they are adding what appears to be additional E-Z Pass commuter lanes.
I've used this route several times to get down to Raleigh from WNY but the March trip was my last. I'll take another route that adds about 75 miles to the trip but is well worth it to avoid anything I95.
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I'd recommend taking US301 down to I295 and avoid that whole unpredictable Fredericksburg-Richmond-Petersburg corridor.
That is some good advice right there.
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