Traffic delays approaching in Ridgefield

  • Morning trade on Route 35, nearby a intersection with Farmingville Road streamer into downtown Ridgefield is congested, Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016. Photo: Carol Kaliff / Carol Kaliff / The News-Times

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Traffic delays are approaching on several roads in Ridgefield during a arriving week as both a state and city have highway repairs scheduled.

According to a town’s website, trade on Route 35 nearby a opening to a Fox Hill Condos will be behind during certain times as a Connecticut Department of Transportation moves construction equipment.

The DOT has been operative to reinstate a overpass in a area for several weeks and a construction has caused critical delays when it is ongoing.


The city also skeleton to pave 6 streets: Old West Mountain Road, Cedar Lane, Deer Hill Lane, Depot Road, Portland Avenue and from 41 Limestone Rd. north to Bates Farm Road.

Work is approaching to start on Monday, Oct. 31 and final by Friday, Nov. 4. Drivers are urged to equivocate those areas and find swap routes if possible.