Ella T. Grasso Boulevard, Whalley Avenue, Fitch Street, Arch Street, Dixwell Avenue, Whitney Avenue, Main Street, Highland Avenue, Cheshire Road, Norton Street, Queen Street, East Street, Farmington Avenue, Waterville Road, Simsbury Road, Hopmeadow Street, Salmon Brook Street

Northbound Views

Ella T. Grasso Boulevard begins at the Connecticut Turnpike (I-95) in New Haven. It runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken October 2008.
Ella T. Grasso Boulevard intersects Columbus Avenue (US 1) and Orange Avenue (US 1) at a traffic light.
Photos taken October 2008.
Ella T. Grasso Boulevard continues north through New Haven.
Photos taken October 2008.
Ella T. Grasso Boulevard intersects Legion Avenue (CT 34) and North Frontage Road (CT 34) at a pair of consecutive traffic lights. Turn right at the first light to go east on CT 34. Straight ahead, westbound CT 34 is multiplexed with northbound CT 10.
Photos taken October 2008.
Ella T. Grasso Boulevard intersects Derby Avenue (CT 34) at a traffic light. Turn left to go west on CT 34. Continue straight ahead to stay on CT 10.
Photos taken October 2008.
After CT 34 splits off, Ella T. Grasso Boulevard narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken October 2008.
Ella T. Grasso Boulevard intersects Whalley Avenue at a traffic light. Turn left to stay on CT 10.
Photos taken October 2008.
Whalley Avenue runs west through New Haven.
Photos taken May 2008.
Turn right onto Fitch Street to stay on CT 10. Whalley Avenue continues straight ahead as CT 63.
Photo taken May 2008.
Fitch Street runs north through New Haven as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2008.
In the vicinity of Southern Connecticut State University, Fitch Street widens to become a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken May 2008.
Welcome to Hamden!
Photo taken May 2008.
Turn right onto Arch Street to stay on CT 10.
Photos taken May 2008.
Arch Street runs east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photo taken May 2008.
Arch Street ends at Dixwell Avenue. Turn left to stay on CT 10.
Photos taken May 2008.
Dixwell Avenue runs north as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2008.
There is an interchange with the Wilbur Cross Parkway (CT 15).
Photos taken May 2008.
Dixwell Avenue runs north through Hamden.
Photos taken September 2007.
The northbound and southbound lanes split. There is a gas station in the center.
Photos taken May 2008.
Dixwell Avenue narrows down to two lanes for a narrow overpass. Originally a railroad overpass, it is now part of the Farmington Canal Greenway, a bike path from New Haven, CT, to Northampton, MA.
Photo taken May 2008.
After the overpass, Dixwell Avenue widens to four lanes again.
Photos taken May 2008.
Dixwell Avenue intersects Whitney Avenue at a traffic light. Turn left onto Whitney Avenue to stay on CT 10. Dixwell Avenue continues straight ahead as SR 717/Truck CT 22.
Photos taken May 2008.
Whitney Avenue runs north through Hamden as a four-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2018.
There is an interchange with the Mount Carmel Connector (CT 40), which has its northern terminus here.
Photos taken 2008-2018.
Whitney Avenue intersects Ives Street (CT 22) at a traffic light. Trucks are prohibited from this section of CT 22 and must instead use Dixwell Avenue (SR 717/Truck CT 22).
Photos taken April 2008.
Whitney Avenue continues to the north.
Photos taken April 2008.
Whitney Avenue intersects Mount Carmel Avenue (SSR 453) at a traffic light.
Photo taken April 2008.
Whitney Avenue narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken April 2008.

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