Other than the weekend closures of one block of South Frontage Road noted above, there will be no changes to the existing traffic pattern through Friday, February 4, 2022.
Various single-lane closures will occur to accommodate construction for 101 College Street and Downtown Crossing Phase 2 and are listed in more detail immediately below.
The temporary condition of no right-hand turns onto South Frontage Road from South Orange Street remains in place. A simple detour will guide drivers from State Street and Union Avenue to access South Frontage Road: right onto Columbus Avenue, right onto Church Street, and then right onto South Frontage Road.
This detour will not impact traffic already on South Frontage Road and heading to I91/I95.
The detour will only impact drivers who typically access South Frontage Road from South Orange Street, behind the New Haven police station and the Knights of Columbus printing press/supply building.
This detour will be in place until the new Orange Street intersection (across the former highway corridor) opens, which is anticipated to occur in approximately the next month and a half.
Please see graphics immediately below this text section for detour information.
Through Friday, February 4, 2022 various lane closures may occur on the following roads to accommodate construction:
State Street & Union Avenue at North Frontage Road: single lane closures near the intersection of Water Street.
South Frontage Road: the far-left lane closure on SFR between College and Church Streets will be closed.
Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard: single lane closures between Church Street and Orange Street.
Orange Street between George Street and MLK Boulevard: closed heading south.
Through Friday, February 4, 2022, Downtown Crossing-related work will occur during daytime work hours.
Daytime work hours are weekdays between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Road signage will alert drivers to lane closures in the construction area.
Please pay attention to road signage, slow down, and stay safe!