DOT: Work Begins May 1 On Hull Bridge In Shelton

FILEThe Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that the Route 8 Northbound on ramp from northbound Howe Avenue (Route 110) in Shelton will be closed starting May 1, 2017 until February 2019.

The project consists of the complete rehabilitation of the Commodore Hull Bridge which carries Route 8 over the Housatonic River and local streets in cities Shelton and Derby.  The rehabilitation work includes extensive structural steel repairs, new bridge joints and repainting of entire bridge.

In order to complete the bridge rehabilitation work the Route 8 Northbound on ramp from northbound Howe Avenue (Route 110) in Shelton will be closed starting May 1, 2017 until February 2019.  A detour using the Route 8 Northbound on ramp from the southbound side of Howe Avenue (Route 110) will be provided.  Traffic traveling southbound along Howe Avenue will not be affected by this closure.

DETOUR AND LANE CLOSURE INFO

Monday May 1, 2017 through February 2019.

The Route 8 Northbound on ramp from northbound Howe Avenue (Route 110) in Shelton will be closed starting May 1, 2017 until February 2019.  A detour using the Route 8 Northbound on ramp from the southbound side of Howe Avenue (Route 110) will be provided.  Traffic traveling southbound along Howe Avenue will not be affected by this closure.  Detour signs will be posted.

DOT Project No. 0126-0170 was awarded to Atsalis Brothers Painting Company of Warren, Michigan at the cost of $23,796,420.56 and is scheduled to be completed in February 2019.

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