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  • Major Milestone Achieved for Walk Bridge Program as 4D Theater Officially Opens
    With help from Gov. Ned Lamont and Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, Jason Patlis, president and CEO of The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, cuts a ribbon to officially open the Aquarium’s new 4D movie theater - part of a $40 million Functional Replacement Agreement between the Connecticut Department of Transportation, the City of Norwalk and the Maritime Aquarium. Photo Credit: Maritime Aquarium
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  • Walk Bridge Program Activities Anticipated the Week of March 5 - March 15
    Track Work and Overhead Catenary System Upgrades Continue on the New Haven Line
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  • East Norwalk Virtual Information Meeting
    Join us for a Virtual Information Meeting on Thursday, March 11, from 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM and hear about projects planned on the Walk Bridge Program in East Norwalk. Learn about potential traffic impacts and proposed plans, including the Fort Point Street, Osborne Avenue and East Avenue Bridge and Roadway Improvement projects.
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  • Replacement of the Walk Bridge Over the Norwalk River

    In November 2019, the Walk Bridge Replacement Project reached 90% design. Construction is anticipated in 2021. The total cost and schedule of the Walk Bridge Program including design, rights of way and construction, are currently being updated.{read more}

  • CP243 Interlocking

    The CP243 Interlocking Project construction began in fall 2017. Track and signal work, catenary foundation drilling, and tree clearing activities are 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. The CP243 project is anticipated to complete and in service in 2022. [read more]

  • Danbury Branch Dockyard Project

    Danbury Branch Dockyard Project construction began in fall 2017. Replacement of the Ann Street Bridge superstructure was completed in August 2019 and track work was completed in 2020. The project will be fully complete in 2021. [read more]

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