Meriden 2020, Bringing It Together

City holds public meeting on downtown transportation projects

CITY OF MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT – The City of Meriden held a public information on November 29, 2016 to provide updates on upcoming downtown transportation and flood control projects.

During the first hour, Department of Public Works Director Bob Bass provided updates on a number of City projects, including the West Main Street and Colony Street sidewalk improvements, two-way traffic conversion, and the Harbor Brook flood control project.

During the meeting's second hour, the City's consultant provided information on the Pratt Street Gateway project. The Pratt Street Gateway project has completed semi-final design and is slated for construction in 2017. The State of Connecticut has provided a funding commitment of $3,278,000 for this project. The project goal is to establish Pratt Street as a safe, attractive entrance to downtown Meriden.

Anyone interested in obtaining further information may do so by contacting Howard Weissberg, P.E., PTOE, Associate City Engineer, at 203-630-4022. 

Copies of the meeting presentations may be downloaded here:

Downtown Roadway Improvement Projects

Pratt Street Gateway Project

Public Meeting at the Meriden Public Library Griffin Room, Nov. 29, 2016