“CTDOT treat trees like obstacles to be removed rather than assets to be maintained – assets which provide noise abatement as well as reduce flooding, sequester carbon dioxide, reduce cross winds (particularly important for vans and trucks), and moderate heat among many important benefits that these wooded roadside corridors provide.” – Cheryl Dunson, President, Greenwich Tree Conservancy Continue Reading →
One focus of the project is to widen deceleration lane at Exit 3 in the southbound direction.
The estimated construction cost for this project is approximately $205 million – with 90% federal funds and 10% state funds. Continue Reading →
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Commissioner Redeker’s focus will be on proposed bus and rail fare increases, proposed changes to services, and local projects. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared with questions for the Commissioner. Continue Reading →