Planning map files and aerial photograph.
The planning map files consist of drawings with some attachments including but not limited to correspondence. The oversize color aerial photograph shows parts of Middletown including the Arrigoni Bridge, the Connecticut River, and parts of Portland. The following is a listing of the drawer labels, however, it is not an exhaustive or necessarily completely accurate listing and is solely based on the drawer labels: Danbury area study; Interstate 84 Hartford; Southwest corridor study; Study reports Interstate 84 and Interstate 91 interchange; Interstate 95 Greenwich to New Haven; Interstate 95 Greenwich to Branford; Merrit Route 15 cutsheets; Merrit Route 15 "Super Interchange"; Hartford to East Hartford; Route 190 Suffield to East Granby; 601 Windham; Hartford to Springfield; Greenwich to Union; Southington to Newington; Hartford original maps, negatives used for study reports; Greater Hartford; 71 New Britain; 72 Plymouth and Plainville; Interstate 91 sketch-plans New Haven to Hartford to Enfield; Interstate 291 Windsor; Interstate 84 Hartford and East Hartford; Interstate 84/91; Interstate 84 Manchester to Windham, Windham to Killingly; Relocated Routes 68, 117, 82; Route 11 recommended September 1988; Relocated Route 7; Interstate 84 / Route 72 [Plainville]; Route 15 photogrometry #534-72; New London County; Southwest corridor photogrometry Interstate 95 sheets only; Relocation Route 6; Route 8 Bridgeport to Colebrook; Route 27 Stonington; Route 9 Bloomfield; Route 10 Plainville/Farmington; Charter Oak Bridge; 15-25 8x8 110 Silver Sands; Kimberly Avenue Bridge; Connector Mooney Crossing; Interstate 291 southwest quad and new quad; Prospect Street bypass; Interstate 84 East Hartford to Vernon to Union; Route 9 Middletown; Niantic River Bridge; and East Lyme to Waterford.
The bulk of the drawings are oversize. The drawings are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis. Please contact State Archives staff for further assistance.
- circa 1920-2000