Map of central Connecticut with Route 149 highlighted in red
|Maintained by ConnDOT|
|Length||11.70 mi (18.83 km)|
|South end||Route 82 in East Haddam|
|Route 2 in Colchester|
|North end||Old Hartford Road at Colchester–Hebron town line|
|Counties||Middlesex, New London|
Route 149 begins as Main Street at an intersection with Route 82 in town center of East Haddam and heads north along the Connecticut River, then northeast as East Haddam-Moodus Road along the Moodus River. It overlaps briefly with Route 151 in the village of Moodus before continuing northeast through the village of bashan towards the town of Colchester. North of Moodus, the road is known as Falls Road and Sipples Hill Road. On entering Colchester, it continues north and northeast, as Westchester Road intersecting with Route 16 in the village of Westchester. After crossing the Jeremy River, it enters the village of North Westchester, where it has an interchange with Route 2 (at Exit 16) and then terminates 0.1-mile (0.16 km) later at an intersection with Old Hartford Road (an old alignment of Route 2) at the town line with Hebron.
The section of Route 149 from the southern terminus to milepost 2.31 in East Haddam is designated as a scenic road. This portion of the road runs through the East Haddam Historic District along the banks of the Connecticut River and Moodus River.
|Middlesex||East Haddam||0.00||0.00||Route 82 – Chester, Salem|
|3.81||6.13||Route 151 south – Hadlyme||Southern terminus of CT 151 overlap|
|4.07||6.55||Route 151 north – Middle Haddam, Cobalt||Northern terminus of CT 151 overlap|
|New London||Colchester||8.16||13.13||Route 16 – East Hampton, Lebanon|
|11.61||18.68||Route 2 – Norwich, Hartford|
|11.70||18.83||Old Hartford Road|
|1.000 mi = 1.609��km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|