Sen. Hwang updates on Traffic Control Signal Revisions in Various Western Connecticut Towns

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is developing plans to remove the nighttime flashing operation, install 360-degree stop bar detection cameras, add dilemma zone detection radar units, and add pedestrian countdown timers at locations that have existing exclusive pedestrian phases at 40 state-owned and maintained traffic signals in Western Connecticut.

The following intersections are included:

Project No. 0174-0435:

·         Bethel – U.S. Route 6 (Stony Hill Road) at Benedict Road & Vail Road

·         Bethel – U.S. Route 6 (Stony Hill Road) at Big Y Drive and Redwood Drive

·         Brookfield – Route 25 (Whisconier Road) at Route 133 (Obtuse Road) & Silvermine Road

·         Brookfield – U.S. Route 202 (Federal Road) at Rolling Wood Drive & Brookfield Commons Drive

·         Brookfield – U.S. Route 202 (Federal Road) at Silvermine Road & Elbow Hill Road

·         Brookfield – U.S. Route 202 (Federal Road) at Costco Driveway and Commercial Drive

·         Newtown – U.S. Route 6 (Church Hill Road) at Queen Street

·         Newtown – Route 25 (South Main Street) at Meadow Brook Hill Road & Botsford Hill Road

·         Newtown – Route 25 (South Main Street) at Button Shop Road & Sandhill Plaza Drive

 

It is the CTDOT policy to keep the public informed and involved when such projects are undertaken.  It is important that the community share its concerns with us to assist in the project’s development.  At this time, it is anticipated that an informational meeting or formal public hearing will not be necessary.

The design plans for this project are expected to be completed by June 2023 with a tentative advertising date for construction of August 2023.

Anyone interested in requesting information on this project may do so by contacting Ms. Lisa N. Conroy, Project Manager at (860) 594-2744 or via email at Lisa.Conroy@ct.gov.  Please make reference to Project No. 0174-0435.

FOR MEDIA INQUIRIES:OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS860-594-3062CTDOTMedia@ct.gov

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