TRAFFIC ALERTS 


 

October 12, 2018:

Traffic Alert:

 

Notice to EMS and Hospital Partners:

The 25th running of the Eversource Hartford Marathon is Saturday October 13th

 
Road closures will affect access to the hospitals in Hartford. These road closures will require EMS Units to follow alternate routes to the hospitals.

 

Access to St. Francis Hospital  Click Here >>>

Access to Hartford Hospital  Click Here >>>

 Access to CT Children's Medical Center: Follow the directions for access to Hartford Hospital

 

Road and Exit Closures: https://www.hartfordmarathon.com/road-closuresct-transit/

Traffic Alert to All Towns  Click Here >>>>

Hartford Marathon State Road and Exit Closures Click Here >>>>

Hartford Marathon Complete Road Closures Click Here >>>>


For more information, go to the Hartford Marathon Foundation website. https://www.hartfordmarathon.com/  
 
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October 8, 2018:

Traffic Alert: Asylum Street Hartford

From the Hartford Police Department Traffic Division Monday, October 8, 2018

Click Here for information >>>Asylum Street - Road Closure

(Hartford, CT) Due to emergency road work, Asylum Street, from Main Street to Trumbull Street, will be closed to all traffic until further notice. Motorists should anticipate moderate-to-heavy delays in the Main and Asylum Street area. The closure is anticipated to take two days, updates will follow.

  

 
   (Updated) September 24, 2018:

Traffic Alert: Major Intersection Construction – Hartford

Beginning the week of September 17th, The Metropolitan District (MDC) and their contractor, VMS Construction, will start work to repair and reline the sewer main in Capen Street.

Click here>>> for information 

  June 18, 2018:

Traffic Alert: Major Intersection Construction – Hartford

Beginning Monday, June 18, the City of Hartford will begin construction at the intersection of Maple Avenue, Jefferson Street, Main Street and Retreat Avenue near the northeast corner of the Hartford Hospital campus. This work will significantly improve the intersection, which is currently complex and frequently congested.

The construction will take place each weekday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is expected to last five to six months. During construction hours, traffic will be restricted or redirected. This may cause significant delays and detours.

Please plan ahead and consider alternate routes in the coming months. If you expect to go anywhere near this intersection during construction hours, allow for plenty of extra time to get where you need to go.
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