GREENWICH, Conn. -- As work continues on the upgrades to the Old Greenwich Railroad Station, Connecticut Department of Transportation officials announced that nighttime work has been suspended for the next few weeks.
Work will continue on both Tomac Avenue and Sound Beach Avenue during the daytime, as well as work on the new refacing of the existing abutment wall at Sound Beach Avenue.
The East side staircases accessing the Northbound/New Haven side of the tracks from Sound Beach Avenue have been closed and will remain closed for the next six months for demolishing and reconstructing of the new stairs. In addition, the station platform extensions along the Northbound/New Haven side of the station platform are in place. These will be in place for the next six months.
The East side sidewalk along Sound Beach Avenue is now closed and will remain closed for the next two years. Pedestrians are cautioned to adhere to the cross walks for access at Arcadia Street and Webb Avenue.
Rebuilding of the Sound Beach Bridge abutments will be ongoing, reinforcing steel and concrete placement.
Periodic alternating traffic patterns may occur at either location between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The first phase of the upper parking lot has been paved and parking spaces have been painted. Commuters are asked to wait for notification of new parking configuration in the "new" upper parking lot.
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