U.S. Route 5

U.S. Highway 5 is a United States highway with north - south course that runs through the New England states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. Among the most important cities along the course include Springfield (Massachusetts), Hartford and New Haven. North of Hartford to Saint Johnsbury, Vermont, the road follows closely the course of the Connecticut River.

The northern terminus of the road is located in Derby Line on the Canadian border, from where it extends further into it to Quebec, but Quebec Route 143 under the number (up to the mid-1970s, this was called Quebec Route 5 ). The southern terminus is located in New Haven at the junction with Interstate 91, the overall course of U.S. 5 roughly corresponds to the course of Interstate 91, which is also from New Haven to Derby Line, where he Autoroute 55 will change to the name Québec, runs.