Public Info Meeting on Noroton Train Station Area Study of Traffic, Parking, Bike & Walking Access

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The Town of Darien will be hosting a public information meeting on Thursday, May 11 to discuss the Noroton Heights Station Area Study.

The purpose of this study is to identify and address transportation needs in the station area relative to safety, traffic operations, accessibility, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and parking.

An important component of the study process is public outreach to Darien residents, business owners, commuters and local stakeholders who are concerned about transportation in Noroton Heights.

A public meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 11 to provide interested citizens an opportunity to learn about the study purpose, initial study findings, and share their insights and concerns with the project team.

The meeting will be held in the Cafeteria Extension of the Mather Community Center (next to Town Hall, 2 Renshaw Road, accessed from the lower parking lot).

Please RSVP by noon on May 8th to Jeremy Ginsberg at JGinsberg@darienct.gov.

For all other questions, please contact Kristin Hadjstylianos, Western Council of Governments associate planner, at khadjstylianos@westcog.org.

Editor’s note: This article originally was published on April 26. The time stamp was changed to move the link back to the Darienite.com home page and in the newsletter.