Connecticut Route 183
|Maintained by ConnDOT|
|Length:||19.06 mi (30.67 km)|
|Existed:||1932 – present|
|South end:||Route 4 in Torrington|
|North end:||Route 183 in Sandisfield, MA|
Route 183 begins at an intersection with Route 4 in eastern Torrington and heads north, parallel to Route 8, into Winchester. In Winchester, it continues north, then turns northwest overlap Route 44. The two routes continue to a brief triple overlap with Route 8, then turn west and northwest along the Mad River as a simple overlap. Route 183 then continues northwest along Colebrook Brook into Colebrook. In Colebrook, it heads north, overlapping the unsigned section of Route 182A before turning northwest into Norfolk. In Norfolk, it cuts across the northeast corner of town to the Massachusetts state line, continuing as MA Route 183.
The Winsted-Colebrook route, continuing north to the Massachusetts state line, was designated in 1922 as State Highway 174. In the 1932 state highway renumbering, old Highway 174 became Route 183, running from US 44 in Winchester to the state line. In 1955, it was extended south to Torrington along former SR 710 to the current southern terminus.
The entire route is in Litchfield County.
|Torrington||0.00||0.00||Route 4 – Goshen, Harwinton|
|1.50||2.41||US 202 – Litchfield, New Hartford|
|Winchester||8.21||13.21||US 44 east – New Hartford||Southern end of US 44 overlap|
|8.47||13.63||Route 8 south – Torrington||Southern end of Route 8 overlap|
|8.89||14.31||Route 8 north – Robertsville||Northern end of Route 8 overlap|
|10.35||16.66||US 44 west – Norfolk||Northern end of US 44 overlap|
|Colebrook||14.01||22.55||Route 182 west / Route 182A east – Norfolk, Colebrook||Southern end of unsigned Route 182A overlap|
|14.81||23.83||Route 182A west – Colebrook||Northern end of unsigned Route 182A overlap|
|Norfolk||19.06||30.67||Route 183 north – Sandisfield||Massachusetts state line|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi