Town of Greenwich Department of Public Works devised this project after identifying an opportunity to make this area more pedestrian and bicyclist-friendly, along with incorporating traffic calming measures. This project is part of the DPW Engineering Division’s ongoing efforts to work with the State of Connecticut’s Local Transportation Capital Improvements Program. The project includes improvements to traffic conditions by redesigning lane widths, turning movements, and updating traffic signals.
The construction will have minimal environmental impacts. Any necessary detours will be posted during the project. Project completion is dependent on weather and any unforeseen complications. It is recommended that the public gives themselves extra time when going out in case there is a lane closure or extra traffic due to construction.
The majority of the project construction work is complete, including the installation of the unfinished sidewalk section. Final work includes the installation of the mast arm and pedestrian poles, which is anticipated to be completed in the spring of 2023.
- Redesigning lane widths as a traffic-calming measure
- New eight-foot-wide multi-use trail connecting to Byram Park
- Improving the traffic signal at the Delevan Avenue and Frontage Road intersection, and the Ritch Avenue and Byram Shore Road intersection
- Improving pedestrian signals
- Adding ADA sidewalk ramps
- Installing new granite curbing, accessible sidewalk width, and bituminous concrete sidewalk
- Redesigning turning movements
- Modifying storm drain pipes and catch basins
This project has received a Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP) grant from the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT). The LOTCIP grant will fund 100% of all construction costs.
Contact: Sean T. Cardwell, Civil Engineer
DPW- Engineering Division