ConnDOT: Traffic Shift Scheduled for Interstate 95 Northbound in Stratford and Milford as Construction Enters Next Stage for the Replacement Of the Moses Wheeler Bridge that Carries I-95 over the Housatonic River
2013

CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
NEWS RELEASE
 
2800 BERLIN TURNPIKE P.O. BOX 317546
NEWINGTON CONNECTICUT, 06131-7546
 
FOR RELEASE: December 3, 2013
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Traffic Shift Scheduled for Interstate 95 Northbound in Stratford and Milford as Construction Enters Next Stage for the Replacement Of the Moses Wheeler Bridge that Carries I-95 over the Housatonic River
 
 
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that a traffic shift is scheduled for Saturday December 7, 2013, to realign Interstate 95 Northbound travel lanes and to allow for the demolition of the existing northbound lanes of the Moses Wheeler Bridge in Stratford and Milford.
 
The northbound traffic shift realigns the three northbound travel lanes onto the new section of the structure.  One lane of traffic will be closed at 7 p.m. so that preliminary work can begin on the realignment efforts which include resetting concrete barrier, adjusting signing and applying pavement markings. The shift will be completed by 7 a.m. the next morning on Saturday December 7, 2013, weather permitting.

 

With the opening of the new northbound portion of the bridge, the remaining portion of the old Moses Wheeler Bridge on I-95 will be taken out of service while work continues on the center portion of the new bridge.

 

LANE CLOSURE INFO-

I-95 Northbound Only

Reduced to single lane of traffic from 10 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday.

 

Special Advisory

I-95 lane widths are reduced to 11 feet during construction and the legal speed limit is 45 mph between Exits 33 and 34.

 

DOT Project No. 138-221 was awarded to Walsh Construction/PCL JV II of Canton, Mass. on July 8, 2011 with an official start date of August 22, 2011 and an anticipated completion date of August 31, 2016.



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