Over the past decades, Connecticut has constructed a transportation network consisting of limited-access highways, surface roads of various types, and transit networks. This network is constantly evolving as the state's transportation needs change. However, the current network is nowhere near perfect. Due to bad planning, lack of money, or other factors, some parts of the state's transportation network do not function optimally. This site presents my ideas on how the state can improve its transportation network, from things as small as simple intersection reconfigurations to large projects, such as new highways or transit lines.
Listed below are the six sections of the Fictional Transportation site.
NOTE: These plans are the creations of the webmaster. Some of these plans incorporate previously planned projects by various government agencies. Even though I would like the D.O.T. or other agencies to implement these ideas, they are not official plans developed by the appropriate agencies.
Plans for new highways or highway extensions.
Plans for the reconstruction or reconfiguration of existing highways.
Plans for reconfigured surface roads.
New Route Numberings
Plans for the renumbering of Connecticut's road network.
Mock Exit Listings
Fictional exit lists depicting the new or reconstructed highways described in the above sections.
Plans for new or improved transit networks.