Darien Police Traffic Advisory
Project: Eversource Energy Natural Gas Line Expansion
Start Date: Monday, April 9th,
Impact Hours: 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
Roadways Impacted: initially
Ledge Road and Greenwood Ave; then later in the project Hoyt Street
(Route 106) from Greenwood Ave. (north
to the New Canaan town line) and West Ave. (from the area of Brown Street east
towards Leroy Ave.).
Please be advised that contractors,
working on behalf of Eversource Energy, are about to embark on a significant
natural gas expansion project in the Town of Darien. The roadways affected are
listed above and the project will continue throughout the spring and summer
On Monday, April 9th,
2018, work will commence on Ledge Road at US 1 and work up towards the town
transfer station and Darien Public Works garage.
Also on Monday, April 9th,
2018, work will also commence on Greenwood Ave. between Camp Ave and Hoyt
Street (Route 106). This will require the temporary closure of Greenwood Ave.
during the normal work day. Only residents of Greenwood Ave and guests of
residents will be allowed access and exit during the work day. Non-residents and all through traffic will
use Camp Ave and Hoyt Street to move through the area. The daily closure of
Greenwood Ave. is expected to last a week to ten days. Access for emergency vehicles will be
maintained at all times.
Darien Police Officers and Traffic
Agents will be assigned to these projects to assist with facilitating safe and
orderly traffic flow through and around the affected areas.
The Police Department asks that
all motorists plan trips through the affected areas accordingly and consider
alternate routes if possible. We thank you in advance for your cooperation and
patience as this natural gas expansion project moves forward. Further traffic advisories and updates will
be issued as required. Traffic related
questions concerning this project can be directed to Administrative Services
Captain Don Anderson at (203) 662-5312 or via email at email@example.com
End of Traffic Advisory
Sent: 04-05-2018, 1400 hours
By direction of: Capt. Don Anderson