The State Dept of Transportation has started the second phase of the project to rehabilitate the Metro-North Railroad Bridge to replace bridge on Sound Beach and the bridge on Tomac Avenue.
In addition to the bridge construction, the state Dept. of Transportation will make improvements to the Railroad Station and the South Commuter Parking lot at the Stamford Bound in Old Greenwich station.
The project is a joint effort between the state Dept. of Transportation and Metro-North, and will take place over four years.
The first phase of the project has been completed. It included relocating existing overhead power lines in the upper and lower portions of the South Commuter Lot.
The second phase will start on Monday, May 4, and that work will consist of moving utilities under the South Beach Avenue bridge.
As a result, parking spaces may be inaccessible at various locations at the Old Greenwich Railroad Station. We ask all permit holders to be cognizant of all construction signs, cones and notices posted at the site.
For more information, please visit the Old Greenwich RR Station Upgrades and Bridge Replacement site. The Town of Greenwich, CT DOT and MetroNorth thanks everyone for their patience and cooperation during this critical construction project.