Trillion Dollar Highway Plans
= Multiple Bypass Surgery
a state by state list
High Priority Corridors
specified by Congress in 1991, 1995, 1998, 2005, 2012
NAFTA Superhighways
Corridors of the Future
J. Edgar Hoover Parkway: transportation surveillance,
mileage taxes, RFID & video tolling
Paving Appalachia:
Corridor A to X in AL, GA, MD, MS, NC, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, WV
Alabama Nebraska
Alaska Nevada
Arizona New Hampshire
Arkansas New Jersey
California New Mexico
Colorado New York
Connecticut North Carolina
Delaware North Dakota
Florida Ohio
Georgia Oklahoma
Hawai'i Oregon
Idaho Pennsylvania
Illinois Rhode Island
Indiana South Carolina
Iowa South Dakota
Kansas Tennessee
Kentucky Texas
Louisiana Utah
Maine Vermont
Maryland Virginia
Massachusetts Washington
Michigan Washington, D.C.
Minnesota West Virginia
Mississippi Wisconsin
Missouri Wyoming

High Priority Corridor 65: Interstate 95

All of I-95 in Connecticut


High Priority Corridor 66: Interstate 91

All of I-91 in Connecticut

Much of the central and southwest part of Connecticut looks like it was completely paved over and is now a giant suburb. However, several freeways around Hartford were never built, and the main freeway between Hartford and Providence only had segments built because of ecological problems along the route. I-95 near Greenwich had a bridge suddenly fall into the water because of wear and tear (and the lack of preventive maintenance). Keeping bridges functional after Peak Energy is going to be very difficult even if no more highway expansions are built.

US 6 (canceled I-84 - to Providence, RI)


Hartford - I-491, I-284, I-484
Hartford's Proposed Freeways

Interstate 284 - unbuilt