Connecticut Roads - CT 14A

Both of the above shields are east of I-395. First, an older 14A shield that shows how CTDOT sneakily signs its lane transitions. Center striping seems to always change at a signpost just so that the little yellow tag can be applied. Second, another MA shield sneaks onto a CT route.

Heading west on Old Canterbury Rd., which may never have been CT 14A but certainly was here first.

EB and WB at Packerville Rd. in Plainfield, a third shield variant with the "A" the same size as the numerals. I believe the smaller "A" is correct.

EB at and onto CT 12 NB, with a fourth shield variant involving a hyphen. Makes you wonder if there really is any standard at all. The church is the Plainfield First Congregational.

EB (first two) and WB (last three).

Into Rhode Island on RI 14
Onto parent CT 14
Onto CT 12
Onto I-395
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