The Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT) will conduct a public informational meeting concerning the proposed major intersection improvements on Route 10/US 202 (Salmon Brook St.) at Route 20/189 (North Granby Rd./East Granby Rd.) and at Route 189 (Hartford Ave.) on Wednesday March 16, 2016, at 7 p.m. at the Granby Senior Center.
The project is identified as Prospective State Project No. 55-TMP1.
The purpose of this project is to reduce delays and queue lengths during peak travel periods within Granby center by widening portions of Salmon Brook St., North Granby and East Granby Roads, and Hartford Ave. for additional auxiliary lanes. In addition, operational deficiencies will be addressed by a minor realignment of North Granby Rd. to improve turning capabilities for eastbound, left-turning and through vehicles.
This project will also improve pedestrian accommodations by addressing gaps in the existing sidewalk system and by providing new sidewalks along the south side of East Granby Rd. to Bank St.
Property impacts associated with these improvements include nine partial property acquisitions.
The CT DOT will conduct a public informational meeting concerning the proposed Intersection improvements on Route 10/US 202 (Salmon Brook St.) at East St. and Notch Rd. on Wednesday March 23, 2016, at 7 p.m. at the Granby Senior Center.
The project is identified as Prospective State Project No. 55-TMP2.
The purpose of this project is to address safety concerns that will be addressed by the construction of a roundabout. The roundabout will eliminate the current crash patterns at this location and will reduce vehicular speeds on Salmon Brook St. The proposed changes will improve the intersection of Notch Rd. at Quarry Rd. to address operational needs of larger vehicles.
Property impacts associated with these improvements include three partial property acquisitions.