Connecticut DOT Projects
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Project No. 171-437: Pedestrian Signing on Locally-Owned Roads
Schedule: Spring/Summer 2019
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is planning to systemically replace existing pedestrian signing and associated subplates with new retro-reflective warning signs with post delineators at all unsignalized and midblock marked crosswalks as well as repaint the crosswalks on local roads throughout District 1. These upgrades will be in compliance with national standards and should help to improve both visibility and conspicuity of existing marked crosswalks.
For more information, contact: Mr. Joseph P. Ouellette, Project Manager at (860) 594-2721. Please make reference to Project No. 171-437.
Markup for Pedestrian Signing (PDF)
Summary Report (PDF)
Project No. 171-425: Replacement of Highway Signing on Route 9, Town of Newington
Schedule: Spring 2020
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is developing plans to replace highway signing on Route 9 from New Britain to Farmington. The project involves resigning CT Route 9, from Exit 25 (New Britain/Berlin City/Town line) to Exit 31 (I-84 Interchange) in Farmington, and CT Route 72, from the beginning of the expressway in Plainville to Exit 9 (CT Route 9 Interchange) in New Britain, including entrance and exit ramps.
The resigning includes replacing, relocating, and removing existing overhead and side mounted signs, installing additional signs if needed, and replacing deficient overhead sign supports. The current project schedule indicates that construction will start in the spring of 2020.
For more information, contact: David Rundio, Project Engineer, at (860) 594-2727 or email: David.Rundio@ct.gov. Please make reference to Project No. 171-425.
Project No. 172-473: Route 9, 17 & 82 Highway Resigning & Renumbering on Route 9 in Newington
The Connecticut Department of Transportation’s (Department) Division of Traffic Engineering is developing plans to replace major and minor signing on Route 9 Northbound and Southbound, including entrance and exit ramps, from the I-95 interchange in Old Saybrook to Exit 16 in Middletown and renumbering each exit within the entire Route 9 corridor from the I-95 interchange in Old Saybrook to the I-84 interchange in Farmington.
For more information, contact: David Rundio, Project Engineer, at (860) 594-2727 or email: David.Rundio@ct.gov. Please make reference to Project No. 172-473.
Proposal PP-093-017: Route 505 Roundabout
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is evaluating roundabout concepts at the intersection of Fenn Road, Holly Road, and Ella Grasso Boulevard. This conceptual project is not funded. If CDOT moves forward and if funding becomes available, CDOT expects 2 to 3 years for design and 1 to 2 years for construction. Construction may occur in the middle to later part of the 2020 decade. CDOT will coordinate with Town of Newington sidewalk plan and bicycle plan.
For more information please contact Matthew R. Vail, P.E. Transportation Principal Engineer, at (860) 594-3274 or email: Matthew.Vail@ct.gov
State Project Nos. 0171-0415/0416: Route 9 CCTV
Schedule: Fall 2021
The CT Department of Transportation’s Office of Engineering is working on plans to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras and fiber optic cable on Route 9. Click on the links below for a more detailed project description.
Press Release (PDF)
For more information, please contact Anthony M. Colangelo at (860) 594-3450 or by email at Anthony.Colangelo@ct.gov.
State Project No. 0171-0449/0171-0448: LED Relamping of Various State Owned Traffic Signals
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (Department) is developing plans for projects to replace existing LED lamps with new LED lamps at traffic signals on various State highways at State-owned intersections in various towns in District 1.
State Project No. 0007-0250 Berlin Turnpike Signal Replacements
The Department of Transportation (Department) will conduct a Virtual Public Information Meeting concerning the proposed replacement of traffic signals along U.S. Route 5/Route 15 (Berlin Turnpike) from Nott Street in Wethersfield to Rowley Street on the Newington/Berlin town line, on Wednesday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. More information will be posted to the Engineering Department webpage during the week leading up to the meeting date.
Persons with limited internet access may request that project information is mailed to them by contacting Mark Makuch by email at Mark.Makuch@ct.gov or by phone at (860) 594-2722. (Allow one week for processing and delivery.)