Updated June 24, 2013
Yale Campus/Trumbull Street Area Sewer Separation
- Phase 1A – Trumbull Street Area
Construction for the Sewer Separation Project in the vicinity of Trumbull Street nears completion. The separation of 140 acres of formerly combined sewer system area has reduced combined sewer overflows to the Mill River.
OVERNIGHT PAVING TO BEGIN
TODAY, MONDAY JUNE 24TH
PERMANENT PAVEMENT TO SHIFT TO NIGHT CONSTRUCTION
With daytime rains predicted for the entire week and in order to minimize disruption to traffic and provide a more seamless finished product, the paving portion of the work will be performed overnight. The following roads are scheduled to be paved:
TRUMBULL STREET - from Orange Street to Hillhouse Avenue
LINCOLN STREET - from Trumbull Street South to the Dead End
WHITNEY AVENUE - from Trumbull Street South to Audubon Street
TEMPLE STREET - from Trumbull Street South to the Farmington Canal Greenway Bridge
THE PAVING OPERATION IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED BY FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH DEPENDENT UPON THE WEATHER.
ROADWAY MARKINGS AND PARKING STRIPING WILL FOLLOW THE PAVING. FINAL CLEAN UP WILL FOLLOW.
WE ASK FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS TRAFFIC WILL BE RESTRICTED AS THE WORK PROGRESSES.
Please drive, bicycle or walk cautiously and allow extra time to reach your destination.
Thank you for your patience as we work to improve the environment for future generations.