(June 7, 2013) – Today, the City of Hartford will begin street milling and paving operations at several locations; part of its ongoing Capital Improvement Projects. Over nine miles of pavement are scheduled for rehabilitation, representing an investment of $2.3 million dollars in City infrastructure for the current fiscal year. The work will bring the total road milling and repaving investment under Mayor Segarra to $11.3 million dollars, accounting for nearly 110 miles of restored road surface.
Work is scheduled to run as continuously as possible, and should be completed by Fall of this year. During construction, drivers should be alert for modified traffic patterns, short travel delays, and construction vehicles entering and exiting work sites.