The Connecticut Department of Transportation
(Department) will conduct a Public Landscape Workshop concerning the proposed Route
7/15 Interchange on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Norwalk Inn, 99 East
Avenue, Norwalk, CT. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will include a
presentation followed by an interactive discussion pertaining to the visual and
physical landscape elements within the project corridor.
The project is identified as State Project
The proposed project is located in the northern portion of the city
of Norwalk and encompasses the interchange of Route 15 (Merritt Parkway) and
Route 7; the interchange of the Merritt Parkway with Main Avenue; Main Avenue
(SR 719); and Glover Avenue/Creeping Hemlock Drive in the vicinity of Main
Avenue. The project area extends along
the Merritt Parkway from approximately 0.5 miles west of Route 7 to
approximately 0.5 miles east of Main Avenue and along Route 7 from
approximately 0.5 miles south of the Merritt Parkway to approximately 0.5 miles
north of the Merritt Parkway.
The purpose of the project is to improve
system linkage between Route 7 and the Merritt Parkway at Interchange No. 39;
improve the mobility for all users at the Merritt Parkway’s Main Avenue and
Route 7 Interchanges (No. 39 & No. 40); and improve safety in the vicinity
of these interchanges.
The Public Landscape Workshop is being held to begin the
discussion on the existing landscape resources in the Project’s corridor and
collect public input concerning those resources. Future workshops will be scheduled to continue the
discussion on evaluating potential landscape improvements.
The meeting facility is ADA accessible. Language assistance may be requested by
contacting the Department’s Language
Assistance Call Line at (860) 594-2109.
Requests should be made at least five (5) business days prior to the meeting. Persons having a hearing and/or speech
disability may dial 711 for Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) and instruct
the operator to contact (860) 594-2243.
Language assistance is provided at no cost to the public and efforts
will be made to respond to timely requests for assistance.
Any questions concerning this workshop may be
directed to Mr. Andy Fesenmeyer, Project Manager, at (860) 594-3228 or by
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.