The Connecticut Department of Transportation held a public information meeting on the project recently. It will involve widening Route 72, shifting it to the north, and adding dedicated left turn lanes, and extending Pratt Street one block north to connect with 72. Divinity Street will be terminated at its intersection with Landry Street. The estimated cost is $6 million, 80% federally funded and 20% state funded, said Joseph Arsenault, project engineer. The city’s 2015 Plan of Conservation and Development and 2011 A Plan for the West End Neighborhood both address the housing density in the neighborhood, Zoppo-Sasssu said.