Connecticut Roads - I-95
the Connecticut Turnpike
The New London bridge.
Why is I-95 called the CT Turnpike? It used to be tolled, but those were removed long ago. Good thing, as traffic frequently moves at 40 MPH or below during midday (non-rush hour) times. The Turnpike itself follows I-395 to US 6 and ends at the CT border, though both 95 and 395 extend past it to the RI and MA borders, respectively.
Michael Summa's historic CT Turnpike photos
The Fairfield West service area
I-91/I-95/CT 34 interchange construction
NB through Bridgeport (Exits 2-26)
NB through New Haven (Exits 27-48)
NB through RI (Exits 49+)
SB through New Haven (Exits 49+)
SB through Bridgeport (Exits 48-27)
SB through NY (Exits 26-2)
Cross streets at I-95
2003 construction on the I-95 roadway over Bridgeport.
As of April 2004, almost all of the old roadway has been replaced, except for a narrow strip; I have no idea why that's still there. You can see the new SB lanes progressing smoothly.
Follow I-95 into NY
Follow I-95 into RI
I-95 on Steven Anderson's nycroads.com
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