Greenwich Connecticut US Map

Greenwich, Connecticut, is a picturesque town in Fairfield County, located in the southwestern part of the state. The town is known for its affluent neighborhoods, beautiful landscapes, and proximity to New York City. Greenwich is well-connected with a network of principal streets and roads that facilitate transportation within the town and to surrounding areas.  Here is a general description of some principal streets and roads in Greenwich:

  1. Greenwich Avenue: Often referred to as “The Avenue,” Greenwich Avenue is the main commercial street in downtown Greenwich. Lined with shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes, it’s a popular destination for shopping and dining.
  2. Mason Street: Another important downtown street, Mason Street intersects with Greenwich Avenue and is known for its mix of retail and dining establishments.
  3. West Putnam Avenue (Route 1): West Putnam Avenue is a major east-west road that runs through Greenwich. It connects the town with neighboring communities and provides access to Interstate 95. Along West Putnam Avenue, you’ll find a variety of businesses, including shops, restaurants, and offices.
  4. East Putnam Avenue (Route 1): Similar to West Putnam Avenue, East Putnam Avenue is an important route in Greenwich. It extends to the eastern part of the town and also connects with neighboring communities.
  5. Interstate 95 (I-95): This major north-south interstate highway runs along the western edge of Greenwich, providing a vital transportation link to nearby cities and states. Exits within Greenwich provide access to different parts of the town.
  6. Round Hill Road: This scenic road is known for its beautiful residential estates and connects the northern and southern parts of Greenwich.
  7. Lake Avenue: Lake Avenue is located in the northern part of Greenwich and is known for its large properties and estates. It intersects with Round Hill Road.
  8. North Street: Running parallel to Lake Avenue, North Street is another road known for its residential character and large estates.
  9. King Street: King Street is located in the western part of Greenwich and provides access to neighboring towns. It intersects with several other important roads.
  10. Glenville Road: Glenville Road is situated in the Glenville neighborhood and connects to Pemberwick Road, providing access to the western part of Greenwich.

These are just a few of the principal streets and roads in Greenwich. The town’s layout is characterized by a mix of residential, commercial, and natural spaces, creating a diverse and vibrant community.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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