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

Traffic update: 9 a.m.

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Peak rush hour has arrived.

Interstate 95

Slow going, especially around Fairfield and Westport.

Things are improving by the minute as commuters make their way to work.

Around New Haven, SB delays getting on the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge in “Staven.”

Interstate 91

SB traffic slows to a crawl as commuters head to New Haven on I-91.

SB traffic slows to a crawl as commuters head to New Haven on I-91.

Big time SB delays from North Haven into the Elm City. Some of the biggest back-ups all morning.

Blame it on a disabled vehicle near Exit 6.

Merritt Parkway

In worse shape than 95.

And there’s now … a MVA SB near Exit 48 in Trumbull. This won’t help things.

Trouble spots are around the Route 8 and 25 to New Canaan. Speeds are in the teens, about 15 miles; not good.

Interstate 84

Been good all morning; still is.

Metro-North

New Haven Line customers traveling through the vicinity of Harrison may experience residual delays of up to 10 minutes due to an earlier disabled train in the area.

 

 

Categories: General
Jim Shay

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