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America’s 11 most endangered historic places for 2010

May 19th, 2010

Merritt Parkway and the James Farm Road Bridge (Photo: Merritt Parkway Conservancy)

Merritt Parkway, Fairfield County, Conn. — Spanning 37.5 distinctive miles and celebrated for its diverse collection of decorative bridges and lush, natural landscaping, Merritt Parkway remains, 70 years after it was constructed, one of America’s most scenic roads. To accommodate increased traffic on the parkway, the cash-strapped Connecticut Department of Transportation is not performing necessary maintenance and has moved to realign roads, replace bridges and redesign interchanges, all at the cost of the parkway’s unique character.

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