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Southwestern Connecticut traffic updates from the staff at Hearst Connecticut Media Group

9 a.m. traffic update

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95 at East Avenue in Norwalk  (Traffic closest to camera is on 95 South) Provided by TrafficLand/ConnDOT

95 at East Avenue in Norwalk
(Traffic closest to camera is on 95 South)
Provided by TrafficLand/ConnDOT

The ”red zones” that state traffic analysts use to denote the heaviest back-ups, now wend their way like strands of spaghetti through lower Fairfield County, especially between Bridgeport and Fairfield and again from the Route 7 interchange in Norwalk through Stamford on I-95 south.

If you are driving into Westchester County, there are also significant delays on the northbound side of I-95 near Rye.

The Merritt Parkway has two slow stretches: between Main Street, Exit 48 in Trumbull through Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield and again from the Route 7 interchange in Norwalk to High Ridge Road in Stamford.

Route 8 through the valley remains in good shape.

No delays are reported on Metro North trains into Grand Central Terminal.

 

 

Categories: General
Frank Juliano

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