Connecticut Route 354

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Route 354

Map of New London County in southeastern Connecticut with Route 354 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by CTDOT
Length7.37 mi[1] (11.86 km)
Major junctions
West end Route 85 in Colchester
Major intersections Route 2 in Colchester
East end Route 82 in Salem
CountryUnited States
CountiesNew London
Highway system
  • Connecticut State Highway System
Route 349 Route 361

Route 354 is a state highway in eastern Connecticut running from Colchester to Salem.

Route description

Route 354 begins as Parum Road at an intersection with Route 85 in the town center of Colchester and heads southeast. It intersects Route 2 after 0.4 with a partial interchange at Exit 21. Route 354 continues southeast, becoming Deep River Road as it heads towards the town of Salem. In Salem, the road becomes Old Colchester Road and continues southeast to end at an intersection with Route 82 at the south side of Gardner Lake.[1]


Route 354 was commissioned from SR 654 in 1963 and has had no significant changes since. SR 654 itself first became a state road in 1955. A proposal to extend it to Route 32 in Montville was rejected in 1973.[2]

Junction list

The entire route is in New London County.

Colchester0.000.00 Route 85 – Salem, HebronWestern terminus of CT 354
Route 2 east – Norwich
Exit 25 on Route 2; partial interchange
Salem7.3711.86 Route 82 – Montville, East HaddamEastern terminus of CT 354
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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