Tag: East Avenue


  • Well, they both start with “A”

    According to Lisa Burns of Norwalk’s Department of Public Works, the 90% design stage of the Walk Bridge was supposed to have been reached in April. According to Judd Everhart, […]

  • A Solution in Search of a Problem?

    Many residents believe the true traffic “chokepoint” is the intersection at Exit 16. Typical a.m. rush hour traffic shown.

  • East Avenue Advocacy Progress Update

    As of January 29th, we’ve had confirmation from at least three of our representatives at the state level that they are in communication with the Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of […]

  • Breaking News on East Avenue

    On January 25, 2016, Common Council Members Maggio and Kydes asked to suspend the rules and introduce the following resolution for a Common Council vote: COMMON COUNCIL RESOLUTION Sponsored by: […]

  • Federal Money and Flood Mitigation

    On January 22, 2016, Connecticut announced that it will receive a $54.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to improve shoreline infrastructure and increase resiliency […]

  • Councilmembers Heard Us. Need Our Help!

    On January 21, 2016, the Public Works Committee unanimously tabled the vote on the $359,000 engineering project to their next meeting (Feb 2nd). State officials in attendance made it clear […]

  • East Avenue Project Contract to Go Before Public Works

    Public Works is seeking approval from the Public Works Committee for a $358k contract with an engineer to do a traffic study and a final design for the roadway project. […]

  • Traffic and Pedestrians

    One of the stated goals for the East Avenue widening/lowering and East Avenue bridge reconstruction projects is to eliminate the “chokepoint” under the bridge, resulting in more efficient travel. Which […]