CT approves $4 million for ‘next level’ I-95 study in Bridgeport area

Last month, the state Bond Commission approved a planning and environmental study of I-95 between exits 19 in Fairfield and 27A in Bridgeport. The study is expected to identify potential safety improvements along that section of the highway, especially northbound. The I-95 west corridor includes the stretch of highway from New York to New Haven. Rouse said the planning and environmental linkage (PEL) study was expected to take about three years. DOT is conducting three other PEL studies. The Greater Hartford Mobility Study began in 2020 and is assessing a variety of transit initiatives in the Hartford area. The study includes the CTfastrak expansion, Amtrak/Hartford Line Rail Corridor improvements, the I-84/I-91 interchange improvements and more.


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