Virtual Meeting Route 17 On-Ramp to Route 9 North Middletown

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Publicly invited to a virtual briefing regarding the reconfiguration of the Route 17 ramp to Route 9 North in Middletown

The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) will host a virtual public information session on September 29, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. on the reconfiguration of the Route 17 ramp to Route 9 North. The event will take place on Zoom and registration is required. A question-and-answer (Q&A) session follows immediately after the presentation. The presentation will be recorded. For instructions on how to access the meeting, make comments, and ask questions, see

The virtual public information meeting will be held to give the public and local community an opportunity to comment or ask questions about the proposed project.

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The purpose of the project is to reduce rear-end collisions at the Route 9 northbound and Route 17 northbound intersections.

there are right-of-way impacts related to the proposed improvements. Silver purchase and temporary building easement required for Personal Auto Care at 60 deKoven Drive. This acquisition is property only and will not affect business operations.

Construction is expected to begin in Spring 2023, subject to the availability of funding, acquisition of rights of way and approval of permit(s). The estimated construction cost for this project is approximately $62.8 million. This project is expected to be implemented with eighty percent (80%) federal funds and twenty percent (20%) state funds.The project is marked as State Project No. 0082-0316.

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Those with limited internet access can listen to the meeting by calling (877) 853-5257 and entering the meeting ID 828 0426 4832. Those with hearing and/or speech impairments can dial 711 for Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS).Those with limited internet access can also request that project information be mailed to them within a week by contacting Stephen Hall ([email protected] or (860) 594-2591).

Language support may be requested by contacting the CTDOT language support phone number (860) 594-2109. Applications should be made at least five business days before the meeting. Language support is provided to the public free of charge and efforts are made to respond to requests for support in a timely manner.

This meeting will also be live streamed on the CTDOT YouTube channel and no registration is required. Non-English subtitles will be available on Zoom and YouTube. The recording will also be posted immediately after the meeting on the CTDOT Virtual Public Gatherings List at

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Members of the public may submit comments and questions during the two-week post-session public comment period. Please send comments and questions to by October 13, 2022 [email protected] or Stephen D. Hall, PE at [email protected] or (860) 594-2591. Please include the State Project No. in the email or voicemail. 0082-0316.

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