As the continues to to , the Common Council's Public Works Committee has scheduled a public hearing to allow residents to express their concerns regarding current traffic safety conditions in the district.
According to a report in The Hour of Norwalk, the "Pedestrian & Bikeway Transportation Plan," prepared for the City by Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc., recommends reducing the traffic lanes on Calf Pasture Beach Road from four to two, and changing the outer lanes into bicycle-pedestrian-only lanes as a means to improving pedestrian safety. The plan reportedly has the support of area residents and local groups including LivableNorwalk and beachroadsafety.org.
The Committee wants to hear from district residents to gather more input regarding current traffic safety conditions. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 31, in the Common Council chambers of City Hall, 125 East Ave.
For more, check out The Hour of Norwalk report.