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This is a general thread for all of Massachusetts.



Here are some things I want to know:

1. Almost EVERY weekday from about 3 to 7 PM, I-95/MA128 north from exits 33 to 37 will be backed up. Is there anything anyone can do to prevent the traffic from happening?

2. Mile markers are sometimes off by a bit, but the bridges are ALWAYS accurate. Why is this?

3. What has been happening with the Mass Pike tolls from exits 1-6?

4. Will the 128/127 and 1A/16/60 rotaries be made safer?

5. Why are there so many Dunkin Donuts?

6. Why are New Hampshire routes signed in Massachusetts shown with a Massachusetts shield? (NH 121A and NH 107)

7. Why so many MA shield signs for US routes?

8. Why can't MA 3 just be US 3?

9. What was MA 9 under the New England Route system?

10. Can anyone make the Lowell Connector much safer?

NE2:

--- Quote from: 1 on October 12, 2013, 04:50:12 PM ---Is there anything anyone can do to prevent the traffic from happening?

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No. Traffic just happens by itself. It has no correlation to the actions of anyone.


--- Quote from: 1 on October 12, 2013, 04:50:12 PM ---What was MA 9 under the New England Route system?

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Goat. http://broermapsonline.org/online/NorthAmerica/UnitedStates/NewEngland/

dgolub:

--- Quote from: 1 on October 12, 2013, 04:50:12 PM ---5. Why are there so many Dunkin Donuts?

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There are a lot in Connecticut, too.  I've sometimes wondered how many Dunkin Donuts franchises you'd pass if you drove US 1 from New York City to Boston.  I wouldn't be surprised if it's somewhere on the order of 50.

ARMOURERERIC:
FWIW, it has just been announced that San Diego is getting their first Duncan Doughuts

connroadgeek:
Dunkin' Donuts is based in MA so they are everywhere in the New England states though they have been expanding their market.

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