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 Interstate 395 Connecticut/Massachusetts @ Interstate-Guide.com
Interstate 395 is a long, north-south highway in Connecticut and Massachusetts that leads from Interstate 95 in southeastern Connecticut to Interstate 90/Massachusetts Turnpike near Worcester, Massachusetts.
Interstate 395 northbound nears the full-cloverleaf interchange with U.S. 20 (Washington Street) at Exits 6A/B. Through traffic bound for the transition to Interstate 290 east is advised to move to the left lane to avoid the weaving traffic from the Washington Street ramps.
Interstate 290 connects the Mass Pike with Worcester to the north and Interstate 395 with Oxford to the south.
www.interstate-guide.com /i-395_ct_ma.html   (1464 words)

  
 Interstate 395
Interstate 395 is the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway, extending north from I-95/I-495 near Springfield, Va. to New York Avenue (US 50) in DC.
I-395 and US 1 cross the Potomac on a 3-span bridge, known for the Air Florida plane that hit one of its spans during an evening rush hour snowstorm in 1982.
In 1958, according to a New York Times article*, Interstate 395 was to be the numbering for the Schuylkill Expressway (now I-76) from the Vine Street Expressway (now I-676) across the Walt Whitman Bridge.
www.kurumi.com /roads/3di/i395.html   (1143 words)

  
 Bail Services In Connecticut Final Report
Connecticut has a civil collection process to recover any debt owed to the state operated by the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) and under this system any litigation is referred to the Office of the Attorney General.
The study (conducted by Central Connecticut State University's Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice) evaluated the current point system to determine which factors are predictive of bail decisions and outcomes and to identify additional factors to improve the validity of the risk assessment tool used by bail commissioners.
In Connecticut, federal and state constitutional law, state statutes, common law, and court rules (known as the Connecticut Practice Book) govern certain bail practices such as eligibility for bail, types of bail, responsibilities of the criminal justice system, and the state's licensing and regulation of the commercial bail bond industry.
www.cga.ct.gov /2003/pridata/Studies/Bail_Final_Report.htm   (12086 words)

  
 Maryland @ AARoads.com - Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway) Inner Loop
Interstate 270 Spur is vastly signed as Interstate 270 or TO Interstate 270 for its two-mile alignment between the Capital Beltway and the Interstate 270 mainline.
Interstate 270 is known as the High Technology Corridor as it links Washington with the tech centers of Gaithersburg and Rockville to the northwest.
Interstate 495 east / inner at the Exit 33 ramp departure to Maryland 185 (Connecticut Avenue).
www.aaroadtrips.com /i-495a_md.html   (1910 words)

  
 Interstate Highway System at AllExperts
Auxiliary Interstate Highways are given three-digit route numbers, which consist of a single digit prefixed to the two-digit number of a primary Interstate highway, to designate spur or loop routes branching from either the primary route or one of its other auxiliary routes.
Interstate 238 near Oakland, California is one of two major exceptions to the numbering scheme, as no Interstate 38 exists.
On even-numbered Interstates, mileage increases to the east and decreases to the west (except on the I-90 portion of the New York State Thruway and the I-190 spur into O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, both of which count up going west); and on odd-numbered Interstates, mileage increases to the north and decreases to the south.
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 Overview - Connecticut Drug Threat Assessment
Interstate 95, the major north-south route on the East Coast, extends along Connecticut's southern shore through Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, and New London; it connects New York City with Boston and continues to the U.S.-Canada border.
The violent crime rate in Connecticut decreased from 366.74 per 100,000 population in 1998 to 330.64 in 2000, and the murder rate decreased from 4.12 per 100,000 population in 1999 to 2.88 per 100,000 population in 2000.
According to the Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the number of deaths in which drugs were a factor nearly tripled from 1997 to 2000, with 43 in 1997, 74 in 1998, 96 in 1999, and 122 in 2000.
www.usdoj.gov /ndic/pubs07/997/overview.htm   (2292 words)

  
 Interstate 395 (Massachusetts)
The "Relocated Route 12," which was to connect Worcester with Connecticut to the south, was indicated as an early action proposal on the statewide expressway plan.
Extending from Waterford, Connecticut north to Manchester, New Hampshire, the proposed route was to run along the existing CT 52, MA 52, I-290 and I-190, and continue north along a new corridor into New Hampshire.
In 1983, the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) traded in the Interstate highway mileage for the once-proposed, but never built section of I-84 (between Bolton and the Connecticut-Rhode Island border) for the CT 52 Expressway.
www.bostonroads.com /roads/I-395_MA   (764 words)

  
 Interstate 395 (Connecticut)
The CT 52 Expressway, which was constructed by the Connecticut Highway Department, was to provide connections to the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), I-290, I-190 and I-495 in the Bay State.
In addition to forming part of a "Boston bypass" route from coastal Connecticut to northern New England, the $62 million CT 52 Expressway was expected to boost the economy of eastern Connecticut.
According to ConnDOT, Interstate 395 carries approximately 50,000 vehicles per day (AADT) from I-95 in Waterford north to the CT 2 Expressway in Norwich, falling to approximately 30,000 vehicles per day from the CT 2 Expressway north to the Connecticut-Massachusetts border.
www.nycroads.com /roads/I-395_CT   (1228 words)

  
 Connecticut Interstate 395
The proposed interchange for Route 11, I-95 and I-395 in Waterford.
In 2002, I-395 is seen by some as a good corridor for development, as it is one of the last remaining uncongested freeways in the state.
I-395 in Waterford is a different story: from 1992 to 2000, traffic there increased 141 percent, because of increased tourism and casino traffic.
www.kurumi.com /roads/ct/i395.html   (1574 words)

  
 Connecticut Interstate 95
The Connecticut Turnpike officially opened January 2, 1958 for $464 million (though a small section in Byram was not open yet).
Interstate 95 is one of the nation's most congested highways.
The drawbacks include cost, aesthetics, and seismic risk (but the latter is less of an issue in Connecticut than, say, Oakland, Calif., where a stretch of decked Interstate 880 collapsed in 1989).
www.kurumi.com /roads/ct/i95.html   (5557 words)

  
 Getting Here and Around
Connecticut, southernmost of the six New England states, is easy to reach.
Interstate 395 enters the northeast corner of Connecticut at Thompson and continues south along the eastern border, and through Norwich until it connects with I-95 in Waterford.
Despite New England's reputation for rugged climate, Connecticut's weather is relatively mild.
www.tourism.state.ct.us /getting_here.asp   (1067 words)

  
 District of Columbia @ AARoads.com - Interstate 66   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Interstate 66 between the Capital Beltway in Virginia to the east is six lanes.
Interstate 66/U.S. 50 enters the District of Columbia immediately upon reaching the bridge, because the boundary between Virginia and the District is the southwestern bank of the Potomac River.
Interstate 66/Potomac Freeway approaches the tunnel under the Watergate Complex; the left lanes are for the next exit, Rock Creek Parkway, while the right lane is for Interstate 66/Whitehurst Freeway east.
www.aaroadtrips.com /i-066_dc.html   (1448 words)

  
 The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut - Pawcatuck Borderlands
One of the last remaining central-hardwood forests in all of New England, the 200-square mile Borderlands are bounded by such large highways as Interstate 95, I-395, Connecticut routes 2 and 14A, and Rhode Island routes 3 and 102.
The landscape is the southern end of a corridor of relatively undeveloped, rural lands that connect with "The Quiet Corner" of northeast Connecticut and the "Foster/Gloucester" area of northwest Rhode Island.
The Connecticut Chapter and the Rhode Island Chapter of the Conservancy are working in partnership with state agencies, local land trusts, municipalities, and individuals to protect this region's forests and promote ecological management that will help them endure as healthy and resilient environments.
www.nature.org /wherewework/northamerica/states/connecticut/preserves/art6100.html   (790 words)

  
 Connecticut Roadtrips - Interstate 395
Interstate 395 was originally built to serve as a section of the Connecticut Turnpike, but was eventually extended northward to Worcester as CT 52 and later as I-395.
I-395 and US 6 signs overhead on I-395 northbound near Killingly.
I-395 to Mass Pike / Worcester signs overhead on I-395 northbound near Killingly.
www.gribblenation.net /nepics/ct/395   (236 words)

  
 See Connecticut:things to do:places to stay:attractions,accommodations
Connecticut is a combination of accessible small cities, seacoast charm and rural New England beauty.
In the southeastern sections surrounding the Connecticut River Valley, the towns are quintessentially New England.
The Connecticut shore has plenty of terrific state parks for ocean swimming, with the kind of warmer water you find off the south coast of Cape Cod.
www.seenewengland.com /connecticut_attractions.html   (1811 words)

  
 Connecticut Highways
Interstate 95: This was commonly known as the Connecticut Turnpike.
It also connects you to Route 44, which takes you to Storrs, Connecticut (in the town of Mansfield), which is where the main campus of the University of Connecticut is. Route 44 continues on through Mansfield, Ashford, Eastford, Pomfret, Putnam and all the way to the Rhode Island line.
It intersects with Interstate 95 in the east and Interstate 84 in the center of the state in Middletown.
www.ctduiattorney.com /dui_resources/highways.html   (438 words)

  
 Connecticut's Expanding Incident Management System - Associated Content
Connecticut drivers have the capability already of seeing footage of cameras installed on I-95 from Greenwich to Norwalk, I-95 Westport to Stratford, I-95 Milford to Branford, I-84 Tolland to Plainville, I-91 Windsor to Cromwell, and Route 2 East Hartford to Glastonbury.
Twenty three closed circuit television cameras have already been installed in locations on Interstate 95 and Interstate 395, the DOT reports, and they hope to have these cameras functional by November 26, 2006, subject to change depending on progress from the contractor.
Television and radio stations in Connecticut will have the ability to hook into this network and watch these cameras while the footage will also be made available at the DOT website, www.ct.gov/dot.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/76227/connecticuts_expanding_incident_management.html   (614 words)

  
 Northeast Connecticut Chamber of Commerce
The strength of the labor force of northeast Connecticut is rooted in a past that cherished hard work, craftsmanship and innovation.
Interstate 395 (a north-south, toll-free, limited access highway) runs directly through the region.
Northeastern Connecticut manufactures a variety of products including: well drilling bits, electronic winches, snack foods, fiberoptics, metal fasteners, chromed waste tubes, plumbing fixtures, circuit boards, electronic devices, labels and labeling equipment, plastic coated cable, plastics, shims, molded rubber products, corrugated paper/boxes, aircraft parts, and textiles.
www.nectchamber.com /businessindustry.htm   (237 words)

  
 Prudential Connecticut Realty   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Connecticut is one of the smallest states in New England, providing it with ideal proximity to several urban centers, including Albany, New York City, Boston, and Providence, to name a few.
Among the major highways in Connecticut is Interstate 95, which extends across the southern part of the state.
Interstate 91 heads north from New Haven (I-95 interchange) through Hartford, connecting with I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) north of Springfield, Massachusetts.
www.prudentialct.com /Relocation/RelocationTransportation.htm   (587 words)

  
 Connecticut transportation, climate and other helpful information
Connecticut, southernmost of the six New England states, is easy to reach.
Interstate 95 runs along Connecticut's Long Island Sound shoreline, providing a direct link to all points in the state, whether you come from New York City, Boston, or Providence.
Interstate 395 enters the northeast corner of Connecticut at Thompson and continues south along the eastern border, and through Norwich until it connects with I-95 in Waterford.
www.ctvisit.com /getting_here.asp   (1060 words)

  
 The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut - Dennis Farm Preserve
The Dennis Farm Preserve, a forested former farm in Connecticut’s “Quiet Corner,” hosts a variety of wildlife.
From Interstate 395, take exit 93 for Route 101 west.
Drive east on 84 to intersection with Interstate 384 in East Hartford.
www.nature.org /wherewework/northamerica/states/connecticut/preserves/art5381.html   (302 words)

  
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 Interstate 190 (Massachusetts)
The MA 12 Expressway, as it was originally designated, was to be part of a much larger north-south expressway extending south to Connecticut.
Beginning in 1970, officials from Massachusetts and New Hampshire submitted plans to the FHWA for a 63.6-mile-long Interstate highway connecting I-290 in Worcester with I-293 in Manchester.
When the FHWA and the MassDPW released their final environmental impact statement for I-190 in 1973, plans for its eventual extension north to I-93 in Manchester were said to be in a "conceptual stage," but no route had been approved.
www.bostonroads.com /roads/I-190_MA   (939 words)

  
 Shopping Malls
Connecticut covers 5,018 square miles, or roughly 55 by 90 miles.
Large yellow dots indicate the locations of Connecticut’s 10 super-regional malls; smaller yellow indicate the next 36 largest shopping centers in their respective towns, but not necessarily in their actual locations.
Connecticut’s largest shopping centers are located primarily in or near major population centers and adjacent to interstate highways.
www.easternct.edu /depts/amerst/MallsConnMap.htm   (216 words)

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