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Connecticut Multimodal Freight Network Tables

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Routes
StateRoute NumberStart PointEnd PointLength (Miles)Begin MilepostEnd Milepost
CTI395I95CT/MA Line54.650.0054.65
CTI684CT/NY LineCT/NY Line1.360.001.36
CTI84CT/NY LineCT/MA Line90.460.0090.47
CTI91I95CT/MA Line57.910.0057.92
CTI95CT/NY LineCT/RI Line111.600.00111.61
Interstate, US Route and State Route Total346.05n/an/a
StateRoute NumberStart PointEnd PointLength (Miles)
Urban Streets and Miscellaneous Ramps Total0.03
Total Freight Network Routes346.08

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Intermodal Connectors
StateFacility IDFacility NameFacility DescriptionLength (Miles)
CTCT1ABradley International AirportSR 401 (Rt. 20 to Airport Entrance), Rt. 20 (I-91 to SR 401)4.22
CTCT3PNew London State PierSR 437 (Rt. 32 to State Pier)0.37
Connector Total4.59

Highway Multimodal Freight Network STRAHNET Connectors
StateFacility IDFacility NameFacility DescriptionLength (Miles)
CTMIL_CT1P1-CT 12 S to I-952.23
Connector Total2.23

Highway Multimodal Freight Network Border Crossings
StatePort IDCrossing Name

Multimodal Rail Freight Network Routes
StateRoute Miles

Top Ports - Total Tonnage
StatePort NameDomestic TonnageForeign Tonnage ImportForeign Tonnage ExportTotal Tonnage
CTNew Haven, CT5,777,6492,232,138341,1128,350,899
CTBridgeport, CT1,722,90882,67301,805,581

Top Ports Total Container TEUs Loaded
StatePort NameDomestic TEUs Loaded InboundDomestic TEUs Loaded OutboundForeign TEUs Loaded ImportForeign TEUs Loaded ExportTotal TEUs Loaded

Tonnage Shipped
StateTotal TonnageDomestic Tonnage Shipped to StateDomestic Tonnage Shipped From StateDomestic Tonnage Shipped IntrastateForeign Tonnage Shipped to StateForeign Tonnage Shipped from State

Marine Highways
CTM-95 CorridorThe M-95 Corridor includes the Atlantic Ocean coastal waters, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, and connecting commercial navigation channels, ports, and harbors. It stretches from Miami, FL to Portland, ME and spans 15 states. It connects to the M-87 Connector and the M-90 Corridor near New York City; and the M-64 Connector at Norfolk, VA.Corridor
CTM-295 CrossingThe M-295 includes the entire East River (from New York Harbor where it connects to the M-87) and Long Island Sound up to and including Block Island Sound. The Crossing includes operating ferry systems that connect Connecticut to New York and provides a substantial shortcut for people that need to cross the Long Island Sound. There are two existing ferry systems that create substantial improvements to the overall capacity of the national freight transportation system as a possible alternative to ground transportation in the movement of people.Crossing

Domestic Waterway Routes
StateRiver NameLength (Miles)

Cargo Airports
StateLocation IDCityAirport NameT-100/T-100(f) Market Destination (lbs)T-100 RankAll Cargo Landed (lbs)All Cargo Rank
CTBDLWindsor LocksBradley International136,796,41432773,858,84027