Section of Plank Road in New Haven closed

NEW HAVEN — Town officials in New Haven announced on Monday that they had closed part of Plank Road for 30 days in order to replace a culvert. The road is used by some drivers to get from Route 7 to Bristol.
The road is closed between South Middlebrook Road, which is on the New Haven/Waltham town line,  and Leduc Road, which is also called Pea Ridge Road to the north of Plank Road. Specifically, the culvert is being installed east of the railroad tracks that cross Plank Road.
There are detour signs around the construction.
The work is funded by a grant. Contractors doing the job are Phelps Engineering and ECI Construction.

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