City moves forward with long term transportation plan


Gordon Weeks

The number two priority on the City of Shelton's proposed Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan is a roundabout at the intersection of Wallace Kneeland Boulevard and Shelton Springs Road. The estimated cost is just over $3 million, with the city footing the entire bill.

The Shelton City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to the city's proposed Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan, whose top three priorities are improving the Western Gateway on West Railroad Avenue, and building two roundabouts on Wallace Kneeland Boulevard.

The council can make the plan official with a vote at its meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 2. No one spoke during a public hearing on the proposed plan on July 5.

The city's code states that the plan is designed "to assure that each city and town shall perpetually have available advanced plans looking to the future for not less than...

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