Expect Delays at Night in Downtown Stamford

May 29, 2024

There will soon be slowdowns downtown at night for road work. Please keep scrolling to see exactly when and where to expect lane closures.

House Democrats continue to spotlight Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month. Read below to learn how Connecticut is a trailblazer in celebrating and educating our children about our AANHPI roots.

Here are the sections of today's email:

  • Expect Slowdowns Downtown
  • Harvey Milk Day
  • AANHPI Heritage Month
Expect Slowdowns Downtown

Drivers should expect delays for night time road work at Route 1 (Tresser Boulevard) and Route 137 (Washington Boulevard) in Stamford. Crews will begin milling the night of Wednesday, May 29 through the morning of Friday, May 31. The paving project will begin the evening of Tuesday, June 4 through the morning of Friday, June 7.

The Connecticut Department of Transportation says there will be lane closures and alternative traffic patterns from 8:00 P.M. to 5:00 A.M. during the road work schedule.

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Harvey Milk Day

The entire country celebrated the legacy of Harvey Milk last week. Let's honor his courage, advocacy, and unwavering fight for equality and human rights. His impact continues to inspire us all to work towards a more inclusive and just society.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Harvey Milk's life and legacy.

AANHPI Heritage Month
Asian American and Pacific Islander history is American history. In 2022, I co-sponsored a bill that we passed into law requiring that a K-8 Asian American Pacific Islander curriculum be taught in public schools by the 2025-26 school year.