Connecticut Laws - Title 13a Highways And Bridges
CHAPTER 237* STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM
Sec. 13a-21. Construction of Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike.

Sec. 13a-21. Construction of Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike. (56)(1-click HTML)

(a) The commissioner is authorized and directed to plan and construct, under the provisions of this part, an expressway which is hereby established at the following location or such part or parts thereof as may from time to time, by a bond declaration, or any amendment thereof signed or approved by the commissioner, be determined to be suitable for such expressway: Beginning at a point on the Connecticut-New York state line near the village of Port Chester, New York, and running, with such omissions and for such distance as may from time to time be so determined in such a declaration or amendment thereof, thence in a general northeasterly direction to New Haven, and thence in a general easterly direction via the Baldwin Bridge over the Connecticut River to a point at or near the East Lyme-Waterford town line, and thence in a general northeasterly direction to a point at or near Norwich, and thence in a general northeasterly direction to a point on the Connecticut-Rhode Island state line in Killingly. Such expressway shall be included in the state highway system. (57)

(b) The expressway constructed under the provisions of subsection (a) of this section shall be designated as the "Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike". (58)

  

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