Connecticut DOT Projects
Traffic Monitoring Data Collection
Schedule: Winter 2018
The Connecticut Department of Transportation will be starting their traffic count program in Newington on state and local roads. Anticipated completion is expected in the next three-four weeks weather permitting.
For more information, contact: Joseph J. Brusznicki, Transportation Planner at (860) 594-2942.
Project No. 171-393: Traffic Signal Improvements: Route 175 at Maple Hill Avenue and Old Farm Drive
Schedule: Summer 2018
For more information, contact: Mr. Patrick I. Onwuazor, Project Manager at (860) 594-2743.
Traffic Signal Control Plan (PDF)
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.