Interstate 395 (Connecticut–Massachusetts)
|Auxiliary route of I-95|
|Maintained by ConnDOT, MassDOT|
|Length:||66.6 mi (107.2 km)
Connecticut: 54.69 mi
Massachusetts: 11.91 mi
|Existed:||1958 (as Connecticut Turnpike)
1968 (as Route 52)
1983 (as I-395) – present
|South end:||I‑95 in East Lyme, CT|
| Route 2 in Norwich, CT
Conn. Turnpike in Plainfield
US 6 in Killingly, CT
US 44 in Putnam, CT
US 20 in Auburn, MA
|North end:||I‑90 / Mass Pike in Auburn, MA|
Interstate 395 (abbreviated I-395) is a 67-mile-long north–south Interstate Highway that begins at Interstate 95 in East Lyme, Connecticut running northwards through Connecticut's Quiet Corner, and ends at Interstate 90 in Auburn, Massachusetts, where it becomes Interstate 290. The original designation for the freeway was Route 52. Route 52 was slated to become an extension of Interstate 290 before it received the I-395 designation in 1983.
From East Lyme to Plainfield, Connecticut, I-395 is part of the Connecticut Turnpike (the Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike). From Plainfield to Thompson, Connecticut, I-395 is named the American Ex-Prisoner of War Memorial Highway.
|This section requires expansion. (May 2008)|
In Connecticut, there are three Service Plazas that provide 24-hour gas stations, restaurants, and convenience stores.
- Montville — MP 8 - Southbound only between exits 79A and 79.
- Plainfield — MP 35 - Northbound and Southbound between exits 89 and 90.
A State Police station is located on the northbound side of the highway in Montville in what used to be another Service Plaza.
In May 2013, the Connecticut Department of Transportation announced that starting in the spring of 2014, exits along I-395 and Route 2A will be renumbered from the current sequential numbering system to a distance-based scheme to conform with federal exit numbering standards. During the transition, old exit numbers will be posted alongside the new exit number through 2017.
Exit numbers will be converted to mileage-based numbers in early 2015. Along with Connecticut Route 2A, these are Connecticut's initial distance-based exit numbers.
|State||County||Location||mi||km||Old exit||New exit||Destinations||Notes|
|Connecticut||New London||East Lyme||88.05||141.70||75||–||I‑95 south – New Haven||Southern terminus|
|0.00||0.00||76||1||Route 11 north – Colchester, Hartford||Proposed interchange|
|Waterford||2.13||3.43||77||2||Route 85 – Waterford, Chesterfield|
|Montville||5.34||8.59||78||5||Route 32 south (via SR 693) – New London||Southbound exit and northbound entrance|
|6.33||10.19||79||6||Route 163 – Uncasville, Montville|
|9.60||15.45||79A||9||Route 2A east – Ledyard, Preston||Southern terminus of concurrency with Route 2A|
|Norwich||11.08||17.83||80||11||Route 82 – Salem, Downtown Norwich|
|13.71||22.06||81||13|| Route 2 / Route 32 – Hartford, Norwich
|Signed as exits 13E (east/south) and 13W (west/north);
northern terminus of concurrency with Route 2A
|14.23||22.90||82||14||West Town Street (SR 642) – Yantic, Norwichtown|
|18.17||29.24||83||18||Route 97 – Taftville, Occum, Baltic|
|Lisbon||19.53||31.43||83A||19||Route 169 – Lisbon, Taftville||Southbound exit only|
|21.16||34.05||84||21||Route 12 – Jewett City, Griswold, Lisbon, Taftville||Signed as exits 21S (south) and 21N (north) southbound|
|Griswold||22.28||35.86||85||22||Route 164 / Route 138 – Jewett City, Preston, Pachaug|
|24.26||39.04||86||24||Route 201 – Hopeville, Jewett City|
|Windham||Plainfield||28.23||45.43||87||28||Lathrop Road (SR 647) – Plainfield, Hopeville|
|29.65||47.72||88||29||Route 14A – Plainfield, Sterling Hill, Oneco|
|32.30||51.98||89||32||Route 14 – Canterbury, Moosup, Sterling|
|35.50||57.13||90||35||Conn. Turnpike north to US 6 – Providence, RI|
|Killingly||37.62||60.54||91||37||US 6 – Danielson, East Brooklyn, South Killingly||Signed as exit 37E (east) and 37W (west)|
|38.40||61.80||92||38||Lhomme Street / Westcott Road (SR 607) – South Killingly, Danielson|
|41.16||66.24||93||41||Route 101 – Dayville, East Killingly, Rogers, Pomfret|
|42.99||69.19||94||43||Lake Road – Attawaugen, Ballouville|
|Putnam||45.24||72.81||95||45||Kennedy Drive / Park Road – Putnam|
|46.09||74.17||96||46||Heritage Road – Putnam|
|47.05||75.72||97||47||US 44 – Pomfret, Putnam, Providence, RI|
|Thompson||49.52||79.69||98||49||Route 12 – Grosvenor Dale||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|50.25||80.87||99||50||Route 200 – Thompson, North Grosvenor Dale|
|53.57||86.21||100||53||Wilsonville Road – East Thompson, Wilsonville|
|Connecticut–Massachusetts state line|
|Massachusetts||Worcester||Webster||1.006||1.619||1||Route 193 – Webster|
|2.578||4.149||2||Route 16 – Webster, Douglas|
|4.025||6.478||3||Cudworth Road – North Webster, South Oxford|
|Oxford||6.583||10.594||4||Sutton Avenue – Oxford, Sutton||Split into exits 4A (east) and 4B (west)|
|8.989||14.466||5||Depot Road – North Oxford|
|Auburn||11.495||18.499||6A||US 20 east to Route 146 – Shrewsbury|
|11.500||18.507||6B||US 20 west – Sturbridge|
|11.94||19.22||–||I‑290 east – Worcester||Designation change from I-395 to I-290|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Route Log and Finder List - Interstate System: Table 2". FHWA. Retrieved 2007-10-03.
- "State Ordered To Lift Ban on Tandem Trucks." Hartford Courant, June 14, 1983. The article lists "I-290 (formerly Route 52)" as one of the highways the lifting of the ban applies to.
- "New Details Emerge for I-395 Exit Renumbering, Montville Patchm May 14, 2013". Montville, Connecticut Patch. Retrieved 5 October 2014.
- 2010 Connecticut Highway Log, Connecticut Department of Transportation, Accessed Dec 31, 2013
- MassDOT Planning Division. "Massachusetts Route Log Application". Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
- Massachusetts Department of Transportation. "Exit Numbers and Names: Route I-395 (Webster to Auburn)". Retrieved August 21, 2014.
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