Groton — The city has announced on a website that, commencement Monday, traffic in and around a Five Corners intersection “will be disrupted due to ongoing construction.”
“Vehicular trade on Benham Road between George Avenue and Poquonnock Road will be singular to internal trade only,” a notice states. “All by trade will be re-routed to George Avenue and High Street and afterwards on to Poquonnock Road.”
“Chicago Avenue trade will be singular to internal trade northbound from Forest Street to Poquonnock Road,” a notice continues. “Through trade will be re-routed to transport East on Forest Street to Benham Road. Southbound trade on Chicago Avenue will be open.”
Vehicles streamer easterly and west on Poquonnock Road and vehicles streamer south on Mitchell Street will be tranquil by flaggers, a notice states.
“Please design teenager delays and be mindful for trade directional signs and follow Officers/Flaggers direction,” a notice states. “Please transport solemnly and safely in this area to safeguard a contentment of all workers within a construction zone.”
The notice states that internal businesses will continue to be open and “pedestrian trade should not be significantly impacted.”
It is not transparent how prolonged a road will be in place. The work is partial of a project, that began progressing this open and is approaching to hang adult in October, to urge Poquonnock Road. The city pronounced it “will continue to post updates as a construction continues.”