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Road Paving Program Continues In Trumbull

Trumbull residents can expect continued delays as road paving continues throughout the city.
Trumbull residents can expect continued delays as road paving continues throughout the city. Photo Credit: Facebook/Clarkstown Police Department

TRUMBULL, Conn. -- Commuters and residents should be prepared for possible lane closures and delays during the road paving program throughout Trumbull.

Construction work begins at 7 a.m. daily, but all bus stops will remain in their current locations.

During the week of June 20 to June 24, the following areas will be affected:

  • Installation of top layer of asphalt will be installed on Nokomis Road, Zephyr, Magnolia and Clemens Avenues (from Sunrise to Magnolia) – weather permitting.
  • Roadway grading will continue on Pequonnock Road, Alice Place, Sunset Avenue, Burton Avenue, Hillside Avenue, Cypress Lane, Cedar Crest Road and a portion of Berkshire Avenue (from Sunset Avenue to Hillside Avenue).
  • First layer of asphalt installation will begin on Pequonnock Road, Alice Place, Sunset Avenue, Burton Avenue, Hillside Avenue, Cypress Lane, Cedar Crest Road and a portion of Berkshire Avenue (from Sunset Avenue to Hillside Avenue) weather permitting.
  • Drainage improvements will continue on Machalowski Road.

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