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Eastbound Views
Welcome to Connecticut and to Danbury! Here, US 6 and US 202 are multiplexed and are known as Mill Plain Road. At first, Mill Plain Road is a four-lane divided road with a grass median. After a short distance, the median ends, and the road narrows down to two lanes.
Photos taken October 2020.
Turn right at this traffic light for access to the Yankee Expressway (I-84).
Photo taken October 2020.
Old Ridgebury Road begins on the right at a traffic light.
Photo taken October 2020.
Mill Plain Road continues east through Danbury. After a while, it changes name to become Lake Avenue Extension.
Photos taken October 2020.
There is an interchange with the Yankee Expressway (I-84/US 7). US 6/US 202 is routed along the expressway to the east from here.
Photos taken October 2020.
Skipping east to Newtown, Church Hill Road runs east as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken May 2021.
There is an interchange with Yankee Expressway (I-84). US 6 joins the expressway again as it crosses the Housatonic River to New Haven County.
Photos taken May 2021.
East to Litchfield County

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