ConnDOT: Reconstruction of Route 349 NB and SB Over AMTRAK Railroad Bridge in Groton Closure of Route 349 SB On-ramp from Bridge Street
2018

CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
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2800 BERLIN TURNPIKE P.O. BOX 317546
NEWINGTON CONNECTICUT, 06131-7546
 
FOR RELEASE: May 15, 2018
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Reconstruction of Route 349 NB and SB Over AMTRAK Railroad Bridge in Groton Closure of Route 349 SB On-ramp from Bridge Street


The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that on May 29, 2018,  the Route 349 southbound on-ramp from Bridge Street will be closed as part of the reconstruction of the Route 349 NB and SB bridges over Amtrak.  

Lane Closure and Detour Information
The on-ramp to Route 348 SB from Bridge Street will be closed starting on May 29, 2018, and for the duration of the Route 349 SB bridge construction.  There will be detour routes marked with orange signs along Route 1 (Long Hill Road) to the east end of Meridian Street. Additionally, a second  alternative is from Bridge Street then crossing Broad Street onto North Street to the intersection of Mitchell Street at the west end of Meridian Street.  Both detours, from either direction, along Meridian Street will terminate at the traffic signal at Route 349.    

The project consists of repairing the existing substructure and removing and replacing most of the superstructure for Bridge #03330 (Rte. 349 SB) and Bridge #03331 (Rte. 349 NB) over AMTRAK. 

DOT Project No. 0058-0332 was awarded to ROTHA Contracting Company, Inc. at a cost of $6,709,524.90 on 11/28/2017 and is scheduled to be completed 11/25/2019.


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