Here's a tip of the hat (not a wag of the finger) to fellow roadgeeks, historians and citizens who have contributed ideas, information and artwork for the site.
Barry has created a complete set of route markers for several states, including Connecticut (see blcamp.com). With his permission, I used his markers in a sweeping makeover of the entire Connecticut Roads site. These markers look so much better than anything possible with text and CSS.
I added a few markers for cancelled and renumbered routes (like I-284), and those are free for personal use under the same terms as Barry's markers.
Almost all markers for current routes are his. Exceptions are:
To complement Barry's set, I created a complete set for all Connecticut's former signed routes (like Route 52), and some cancelled or renumbered routes (like I-284). The 1920s routes have a thicker border and older-looking font, which is US Highways Old Style by Bruce Cridlebaugh (available here). (Yes, I paid the $5.)
The webmaster of NYCRoads.com, Steve Anderson, has contributed photos, news stories, and other information. He now oversees a wide network of road-related sites, covering the Eastern megalopolis from Boston to Washington, D.C.
Years ago, Jim traded a CD full of his Connecticut photos for a rare postcard of the I-84/CT 8 interchange. That was a win-win trade, and I use a few of his photos on this site.
If I've overlooked you, or someone you know, I apologize. Please drop me an email and I'll correct it.