2015 Repaving Planned for I-95 from Exits 10 to 15 in Darien, Norwalk
The public is invited to tell the DOT if they have any concerns about the project (see contact information at the bottom of this article).
Here's the announcement:
Pavement Preservation Program – Interstate 95 in Darien and Norwalk
The purpose of this program is to enhance pavement performance by using cost-effective treatments to extend the service life of the existing pavement. Interstate 95 in Darien and Norwalk has been identified as a candidate for this program.
The Department is developing plans to mill 2.5 inches of the existing pavement and overlay it with 3 inches of asphalt on Interstate 95 from interchange 10 (Mile Point 10.67) in Darien to interchange 15 (Mile Point 15.91) in Norwalk.
The present schedule indicates that the design will be completed in October 2014, with construction anticipated to start in spring 2015.
This project will be undertaken with 90 percent federal and 10 percent state funds. It is the department's 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.
It is not anticipated that an informational meeting or a formal public hearing will be held for this project due to the limited nature of the proposed work.
Anyone interested in receiving information on this project may do so by contacting Mr. William W. Britnell, principal engineer of highway design, at (860) 594-3274, or by e-mail at William.Britnell@ct.gov. Please make reference to State Project Number 0035-0195.