See, the problem with I-84 isn't mileposts are bad/sequential is good (or vice versa). It's why the f** are there 10 exits in a two-mile span???
Well, let's examine the situation
are actually only one exit, but the eastbound ramp splits into two branches that go in two different directions. It's signed as two exits eastbound
so as to be able to get people into the proper lane for each ahead of actually leaving the freeway. Westbound it's only signed as one exit (48). 49
is EB off/WB on only, and all of two blocks from 50
, where US 44 enters the freeway. Yeah, there's some redundancy there.51&52
are for I-91 north and south, respectively. Since the ramps are separate, two numbers are needed. However, there are no WB-SB or NB-EB ramps (those movements use CT 15)53
is where US 44 leaves the freeway. There is no WB offramp here. 54&55
are for CT 2 west and east, respectively. 54 is WB off/EB on. 56
, scrunched with in the same interchange, is a long offramp to Governor street that was to be the beginning of I-284. With the freeway never built, it is largely redundant with 53 save for the lack of a WB offramp there.
All that considered, there are eight eastbound exits and seven westbound exits. Combining a couple numbers could eliminate the need for 62C and 63G, but you'd still have 62A-62B-63A-63B-63C-63D-63E-63F
Reconstruction to eliminate redundancy could cut the eastbound eight to six, eliminating the need for a 63F, but that means money.
On the other hand, beyond the six exit 63s you have 64, 65, and 66, alone and unsuffixed. Perhaps a little fudging to cut down on the progression in the alphabet is in order here?