GREENWICH, Conn. -- As new sidewalks are installed beginning Tuesday, Sept. 2, Sound Shore Drive in Greenwich will be closed underneath the railroad bridge between Strickland Road/Station Drive and the new Cos Cob Park driveway.
The closure is required to construct new sidewalks along Sound Shore Drive in order to provide continuous pedestrian routes to the proposed Cos Cob Park at the old power plant location. The road closure will last about two weeks, the town of Greenwich announced.
As a result, once work commences, that short stretch of road will remain closed, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
All commuter parking lots will remain open and temporary pedestrian walkways will be created to provide safe passage under the railroad bridge and to the train platforms.
If you have any questions, contact James Michel, chief engineer, by phone at 203-622-7767 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further updates will be posted to the public works section of the town website as needed.
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