July 2: Connecticut's newest highway: 0.18 miles of Myra Cohen Way in Newington, also known (though not widely) as SSR 494. At BDL, SSR 403, the state's only double-decker one-way route, is no longer a state highway.
Apr. 24: I think there's enough evidence to assert that, 90 years ago, on the drawing board, was a Connecticut Route 23.
Apr. 3: the story of how former route US 44A technically did not exist.
Mar. 27: expanded history about CT 150 and all the US 5A's.
Mar. 21: more details about the surviving US 1A in Stonington, and 10 others that once existed.
Mar. 9: several small updates, including a vanished bridge (any traces on the ground?) along CT 75 in Windsor. (Others include CT 79 and a new SSR 440 in Middletown.)
Feb. 20: A 1959 proposal to reroute US 44 in Sharon and Salisbury would have affected routes 41, 199, 343, and 361.
Feb. 2: Long work hours + working at home + haiku format = inspiration, in the form of Salaryman Senryuu.
Dec. 30: The strange connection between CT 97 and CT 209; an old aligment of future CT 42; more info on CT 138.