The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that construction activities for the rehabilitation of the Stroffolino Bridge, Route 136 over Norwalk River in Norwalk will begin on or around April 13, 2017.
The project consists of work that will include storm armoring, waterproofing of the bascule pits by raising the front wall of the bascule piers to a projected high water elevation, repairing electrical conduit, limit switches, environmental upgrades consisting of a new oil water separator, installation of suction stand pipes, installation of new submersible sump pumps and upgrading the navigational lights.
There will be sidewalk and individual roadway lane closures for the repairs of the sidewalk hatches, work inside the bascule pit, the raising of the front walls of the bascule piers and for materials delivery. Occasional, short duration, full roadway closures are expected to take place during the evenings.
It is scheduled to be completed in September 2017.
Source: Senator Bob Duff’s Facebook Page – March 21, 2017