Temporary crossovers onto each bridge will be constructed in the median allowing two lanes of both I-684 northbound and southbound to remain open during construction.
The three existing traffic lanes of I-684 northbound and southbound will be reduced to two lanes prior to shifting the traffic temporarily. Continue Reading →
“We were able to show the State that there was a need for a more comprehensive plan to mitigate the noise generated by highway traffic, which has a negative impact on our residents and environment.” – Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Continue Reading →
Neighborhood Citizens Against I-95 Noise are launching an awareness campaign of the Connecticut Dept of Transportation’s Project to upgrade I-95. Continue Reading →
The Byram Neighborhood Association met Monday night via Zoom to discuss plans for a new Hamill Rink, concerns about noise from the CT Dept of Transportation’s $205 million I-95 improvement project, and a raft of concerns about beautification, blight, parking and traffic in the neighborhood on the west side of town. Continue Reading →
The Lake Avenue bridge over the Merritt
Parkway has re-opened to traffic after being returned to structural soundness and meticulously restored
to its original Art Deco appearance. Back in June the CT Dept of Transportation announced the project and received permission from the Town of Greenwich during a Selectmen meeting for an 8-1/2 mile detour expected to last 17 weeks. Initially one lane was left open and traffic took turns driving one way. The full closure began the last day of school last June. Since school started this fall, even school buses have had to use the 8+ mile detour. Continue Reading →
Greenwich residents are upset about the cutting of many trees in Greenwich along I95 northbound. Continue Reading →
You may find yourself delayed by closed lanes at certain stretches of Interstate 95 this week, and if you’re flying from LaGuardia airport for the holiday, you may find your airline is at a different terminal. Continue Reading →
Updates on the Old Greenwich RR station rehabilitation project. Continue Reading →
In 2000, two Greenwich High School seniors, volunteering for the Red Cross, were killed when their Jaguar coupe slid off the parkway at a curve in the highway into a ditch, striking a tree resulting in their deaths.
Unfortunately, this was not a unique accident, but the culmination of a number of similar nonfatal accidents in that same section of the Merritt. Continue Reading →
Night time bridge maintenance between Greenwich Exit 2 (Louden Street) and the New York State Line from 9:00 pm to 5:00 am through Friday, August 5, 2016. Continue Reading →