The Town of West Hartford has provided a list of the roadways included in the final round of resurfacing this season.
By Ronni Newton
Road construction season continues into the early fall, and the Town of West Hartford has released the list of roadways scheduled for resurfacing during round No. 3, which begins in September.
The following roadways are currently scheduled to be resurfaced in September according to Town Engineer Greg Sommer:
- Ahern Street
- Foley Street
- Goodsell Street
- Haynes Road from Trout Brook Drive to Wiltshire Lane
- Layton Street
- Lawler Road from Lincoln Avenue to Wiltshire Lane
- Melven Road
- Nursury Road
- Selldan Street
- Vandervere Road
In addition, according to Sommer portions of the following streets will also be resurfaced in September. The town’s work will focus on the areas that were not previously resurfaced during the installation of gas mains by Connecticut Natural Gas earlier this. year:
- Carol Road
- Clarendon Avenue
- Dartmouth Avenue
- Exeter Avenue
- Flatbush Avenue from South Quaker Lane to Price Boulevard
- Parkview Road
It takes roughly a week to complete the roadway milling and two to three weeks to complete the paving, according to Sommer.
The following roadways have already been repaved this year:
- Berwyn Road
- Berwyn Lane
- Brookside Drive
- Cliffmore Road (Rustic Lane to Brookside Drive)
- Drury Lane
- Fairwood Farms Drive
- Farmington Avenue (Mountain Road to Wardwell Road)
- Garland Road
- Griswold Drive
- Mayflower Street (I-84 overpass to New Britain Avenue )
- North Main Street (Asylum Avenue to Wyndwood Road)
- Oakwood Avenue (Wilfred Street to Flatbush Avenue)
- Penn Drive
- Rustic Lane
A portion of North Main Street that was recently resurfaced will be repaved again by the Metropolitan District Commission (MDC), along with areas that they have dug up on Linbrook and Wyndwood roads, once a sewer project is completed.
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New Park Ave, Quaker Lane, and Newington Road are main roads that are abysmal. While the town focuses on side streets for well heeled neighborhoods, Elmwood is stuck driving on cratered horse paths.
Someone on the town council has to venture into that part of town to see what it’s like.
Those roadways are in the middle of large-scale utility projects that need to be completed before the paving is done.