Overview Of Connecticut Transportation
Connecticut belongs to the "New England” region of the country. Connecticut has many nicknames. It is also known as the "Nutmeg State" and "Constitution State". Connecticut had a population of 3,596 677. Bridgeport, New Haven, and Hartford are the major cities. I-91 is a popular route in Connecticut. The Connecticut Department of Transportation (or ConnD OT) is Ct's transportation agency. A popular attraction in Connecticut is the Sleeping Giant Mountain, a mountainous area that when viewed from a distance, resembles a sleeping giant figure. Connecticut also has three major rivers: the Connecticut River (410 Miles), Housatonic Rover (139 Miles), and the Quinebaug (69 miles). All of these rivers run through the state. The name Connecticut actually derives its name from the Algonquian term for "long, tidal rivers".