City Challenge on July 28, 2019
Road closure map with a Washington Blvd. detour.
Wednesday Nite Live and Alive@Five
Once again, the Stamford Downtown Special Services is proud to announce a great line up for both Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live, which includes Andy Grammer, Shaggy and 98 Degrees. The Alive@Five Concert Series will run for five Thursdays from July 11th to August 8th and Wednesday Nite Live for five weeks from June 10th to August 7th.
In order to stage such great performances, we must close off the surrounding streets. At the request of the Stamford Police we will be closing the following streets as follows:
4:30 – 11 pm: West Park Place from Washington Blvd. to Lower Summer Street
Main Street from Washington Blvd. to Clark Street
2 pm to midnight West Park Place from Washington Blvd. to Lower Summer Street
Main Street from Washington Blvd to Clark Street
3 pm to midnight Main Street from Lower Summer to Atlantic Street
4 pm – 11 pm Lower Summer from Broad to Main Street
Atlantic Street Closed from February 19th to September
Effective June 28 – September 9, 2019
The following streets will be closed:
South State Street from Guernsey Ave to Exit 8 NB Off Ramp
Atlantic Street from Dock Street to North State Street
Guernsey Ave: No Access South bound from North State Street
Manhattan Street remains closed
Effective June 30-July 7
Atlantic Street will be closed between the south side of South State Street and Dock Street
The reconstruction of the Atlantic Street Bridge will result in the closure of Atlantic Street, between the south side of South State Street and Dock Street under the Metro North Railroad Bridge, beginning later this month on Feb. 19. The road will remain closed for the entirety of the project, which is anticipated to be completed in September later this year.
This portion of Atlantic Street will be closed to allow for the installation of a center pier underneath the bridge. The center pier makes it impossible for vehicle traffic to pass through Atlantic Street as it’s being installed, however, pedestrians will still have access. Once installed, the center pier will support the new bridge and Atlantic Street will be widened to allow for three lanes of traffic northbound and three lanes of traffic southbound.
While Atlantic Street is closed, motorists are encouraged to seek alternative routes avoiding Atlantic Street, or using listed detours (photo below). Signage will be placed on the connecting roads to indicate Atlantic Street’s closure.
The new Atlantic Street Bridge will be constructed off-site and rolled into place in early July. The new bridge will be wider and allow for an additional train track dedicated for local train service, as well as a commuter platform and egress stairs.
Inquiries specific to the Atlantic Street Metro North Railroad Bridge Replacement project can be directed to: email@example.com. Residents can find more information, including a project timeline and additional photos, at http://atlanticstreetbridge.com.
For more information: atlanticstreetbridge.com
Sign up for emailed updates: firstname.lastname@example.org
Downtown Gas Main Replacement
Construction for the Eversource Stamford Gas Reliability Project began in July 2016 and continuing into 2019. Eversource crews will continue construction activities to improve our natural gas distribution system in Downtown Stamford:
Construction activities are temporarily suspended until October 2018. Eversource is working with city officials and anticipates resuming construction once work dates and resources have been secured. Weekly construction reports will resume at that time.
Eversource remains committed to providing reliable service as well as accurate and timely information. Keeping the lines of communication open is an important part of our work in your community.
If you have questions about this project, please:
• Visit: https://www.eversource.com/content/ct-c/about/projects-infrastructure/projects/stamford-gas-reliability-project
• Email: email@example.com
|Progress on Atlantic Street. Note the size of the gas main.|
Pedestrian bridge to close; commuters should budget more time to catch their trains
Where: Transportation Center Parking Garage