Motorists planning on traveling on Route 59 in Easton can expect slight delays in the area as crews begin efforts to replace the guardrail system and cut trees for several days.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation will begin replacing the guardrail daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, April 16, during which time, there are expected to be delays along different parts of Route 59.
According to officials, this phase of the project is expected to last approximately a month. A map of the expected closures can be found above. Work is expected to begin this week in the area of Church Road.
Motorists have been advised to seek alternate routes while traveling in the area for the next six weeks. Keep following Daily Voice for updates on the project.
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