Final phase in New Haven Downtown Crossing Project

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The Downtown Crossing Project in New Haven is in its final phase. Construction gets underway on Friday, May twenty-second and continues through Friday, June fifth.

Over the Memorial Day weekend, a crane will be set up on South Frontage Road (between College Street and York Street) to work on the building at 100 College Street. The left two lanes will be closed at 11:00 pm on Friday, May twenty-second until 9:00 am on Monday, May twenty-fifth.

Crews will begin cleaning a stormwater drainage pipe along South Frontage Road (between College Street and Orange Street) in order to reduce flooding during heavy rain events on Tuesday, May twenty-sixth.The left lane will be closed at various times to  work on the pipe.

The bike lanes will be marked along Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Church and College Streets on May twenty-eighth.

An overhead sign will be installed along Route 34 westbound at Orange Street on Tuesday, May twenty-sixth. The left and center lanes will be closed between 6:00 pm and 6:00 am until Wednesday, May twenty-seventh.

The pedestrian sidewalk on the west side of College Street (between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and South Frontage Road) remains closed until further notice.

The service drives to 100 College Street and the Air Rights garage remains closed until further notice.

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