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Connecticut Interstate 691 (988 words)
Interstate 691 was envisioned as part of a planned 40-mile expressway from Southington to Willimantic, via Meriden, Middletown, and Marlborough.
The first portion of future I-691 opened in 1966, from Broad Street (US 5) easterly to I-91 (the roadway continued to the end of today's Route 66 expressway.) The expressway may have been signed US 6A for a few years, but by 1968 was signed state route 66.
Since the SR 597 interchange was never built, I-691 offers two exit numbers for the same interchange at I-84: exit 2, I-84 eastbound, and exit 1, I-84 west.
Interstate 691 (Connecticut) (1125 words)
In 1987, the first I-691 shields were posted along the CT 66 Expressway when it became apparent that the expressway would be completed.
In late 2000, the Connecticut Roadbuilders Association recommended a 20-mile extension of I-691 from I-91 in Meriden east to the CT 2 Expressway in Marlborough.
I-691 should be extended as a four-lane, controlled-access facility east to the CT 9 Expressway (at EXIT 13) in downtown Middletown.
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