STRATFORD, Conn. -- Two bridges on Route 110 in Stratford are undergoing repairs that may delay drivers and close the road during the projects, according to state Sen. Kevin Kelly.
The state Department of Transportation said the bridge at Route 110 over Pumpkin Ground Brook will undergo repairs, and the bridge on Route 110 over Freeman Brook will be replaced.
The work, which began Monday, calls for lane closures and detours on Route 110 as the work progresses. Drivers should expect lane modifications and watch for signs directing them to detours. The work should be complete by November.
Beginning immediately, motorists can expect lane closures on Route 110 between the northern terminus of Main Street and Glenavon Street. Traffic control personnel and signs will be used to guide motorists through the work zone.
The regular work schedule for this project is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays.
Beginning on or about April 4, all southbound traffic on Route 110 will be detoured onto Main Street. Motorist will continue south on Main Street and will reconnect with Route 110 near Pecks Mill Pond. Motorists traveling north on Route 110 will not be affected by the detour. This detour will remain in place until mid-October.
The schedule could be changed or extended due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving in this vicinity.
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