Walk Bridge Program BenefitsPress Releases
  • Local arts enthusiasts browse the submissions of the #IconicNorwalk2018 competition
    Local arts enthusiasts browse the submissions of the #IconicNorwalk2018 competition
    Walk Bridge Welcomes Community to Celebrate #IconicNorwalk2018 Winners
    The Walk Bridge Program hosted Norwalk 2.0 at the Welcome Center to showcase the winners of the #IconicNorwalk2018 Instagram competition. From nearly 400 submissions, six winners were chosen. See the exhibit at the Welcome Center through March 15!
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  • CTDOT Engineers taught Greenwich Pre-School students about bridges at the Walk Bridge Welcome Center
    CTDOT Engineers taught Greenwich Pre-School students about bridges at the Walk Bridge Welcome Center
    Pre-School Class Takes Virtual Tour of the New Walk Bridge!
    Students from Greenwich, CT visited the Walk Bridge Welcome Center as part of the Program’s education initiative to learn about bridges from CTDOT engineers and take part in a virtual reality demonstration. Click the read more button to see a video of this state-of-the-art learning experience!
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  • Rendering of the Danbury Branch Dockyard
    Rendering of the Danbury Branch Dockyard
    Walk Bridge Program Activities Anticipated the Week of March 22 - April 1
    Walk Bridge Program activities: Friday, March 22 - Monday, April 1, 2019
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  • 240' Vertical Lift Span Bridge Rendering. May 2018
    240' Vertical Lift Span Bridge Rendering. May 2018
    Business Survey for the Walk Bridge Program!
    The Business Coordination Plan (BCP) survey is designed to gather information from businesses in Norwalk and surrounding areas to develop potential construction mitigation during the replacement of the Walk Bridge. CTDOT encourages all local business owners to complete the survey. The survey is available at the Welcome Center (20 Marshall St. in Norwalk) and online by clicking 'read more.'
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  • Digital Rendering of the Walk Bridge over the Norwalk River
    Digital Rendering of the Walk Bridge over the Norwalk River
    Walk Bridge Welcomes Community to Celebrate #IconicNorwalk2018 Winners
    The Walk Bridge Program hosted Norwalk 2.0 at the Welcome Center to showcase the winners of the #IconicNorwalk2018 Instagram competition. From nearly 400 submissions, six winners were chosen. See the exhibit at the Welcome Center through March 15!
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  • Fender Repair Project - Fenders At The Base Of The Walk Bridge To Be Repaired
    Fender Repair Project - Fenders At The Base Of The Walk Bridge To Be Repaired
    Pre-School Class Takes Virtual Tour of the New Walk Bridge!
    Students from Greenwich, CT visited the Walk Bridge Welcome Center as part of the Program’s education initiative to learn about bridges from CTDOT engineers and take part in a virtual reality demonstration. Click the read more button to see a video of this state-of-the-art learning experience!
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  • Navigation Channel of Norwalk River/Harbor. Photograph  courtesy of Geoff Steadman, Norwalk Harbor Management Commission
    Navigation Channel of Norwalk River/Harbor. Photograph courtesy of Geoff Steadman, Norwalk Harbor Management Commission
    Walk Bridge Program Activities Anticipated the Week of March 22 - April 1
    Walk Bridge Program activities: Friday, March 22 - Monday, April 1, 2019
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  • Aerial View, Looking East - Walk Bridge On Left and Stroffolino Bridge On Right. Photograph courtesy of Geoff Steadman, Norwalk Harbor Management Commission.
    Aerial View, Looking East - Walk Bridge On Left and Stroffolino Bridge On Right. Photograph courtesy of Geoff Steadman, Norwalk Harbor Management Commission.
    Business Survey for the Walk Bridge Program!
    The Business Coordination Plan (BCP) survey is designed to gather information from businesses in Norwalk and surrounding areas to develop potential construction mitigation during the replacement of the Walk Bridge. CTDOT encourages all local business owners to complete the survey. The survey is available at the Welcome Center (20 Marshall St. in Norwalk) and online by clicking 'read more.'
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  • View of the Walk Bridge and Fender System
    View of the Walk Bridge and Fender System
    Walk Bridge Welcomes Community to Celebrate #IconicNorwalk2018 Winners
    The Walk Bridge Program hosted Norwalk 2.0 at the Welcome Center to showcase the winners of the #IconicNorwalk2018 Instagram competition. From nearly 400 submissions, six winners were chosen. See the exhibit at the Welcome Center through March 15!
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  • Replacement of the Walk Bridge Over the Norwalk River

    In June 2018, the Walk Bridge Replacement Project reached 60% design. Final design is anticipated in Summer 2019. Following final design, construction of the new bridge is expected to begin in late 2019. Preliminary work on the Replacement Project is currently underway. One such element, The Test Pile Program, was completed in January 2019. [read more]

  • CP243 Interlocking

    CP243 Interlocking Project construction began in Fall 2017. Track and signal work, catenary foundation drilling, and tree clearing activities have been conducted between Howard Avenue and Bridge Street, near Norden Place. Construction of a new signal house on the New Haven Line between N. Water Street and N. Main Street began in late 2018. [read more]

  • Danbury Branch Dockyard Project

    Danbury Branch Dockyard Project construction began in Fall 2017, and is anticipated to be completed by Spring 2020. Track work and catenary structure installation are underway. Work on the Ann Street Bridge superstructure replacement started in June 2018 and is anticipated to be completed by July 2019. [read more]

  • Replacement of the Walk Bridge over the Norwalk River

    Surveying and subsurface investigation activities are underway in advance of construction on the Walk Bridge Replacement Project. Demolition of Goldstein Place properties for use in construction was completed Summer 2018. 

  • Test Pile Program

    Pile-driving for the Test Pile Program associated with environmental, noise, and vibration studies was completed January 2019. 

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