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Author Topic: US 1 Traffic Circle over the Byram River (New York-Connecticut Border)  (Read 480 times)

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Is it just me, or is there something fascinating about the traffic circle along US 1 on the border between Port Chester, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut?

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There is something fascinating that both ends of US 1 in CT are at traffic circles.

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There is something fascinating that both ends of US 1 in CT are at traffic circles.

IIRC, the "circle" at the Connecticut/Rhode Island line on U.S. 1 is entirely in Rhode Island.
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There is something fascinating that both ends of US 1 in CT are at traffic circles.

IIRC, the "circle" at the Connecticut/Rhode Island line on U.S> 1 is entirely in Rhode Island.
Yes, but 1 is already starting to widen into the divider island at the state line.

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Yes, but 1 is already starting to widen into the divider island at the state line.

No disagreement there.
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Plus, both borders cross with a small river (Byram with NY and Pawcatuck with RI).
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