Citizens group urges state to keep Greenwich stretch of I-95 quieter

A group of concerned citizens is urging the state to include noise reducing concrete and sound barriers along a stretch of I-95.
The Neighborhood Citizens Against I-95 Noise want the measures taken between exits 2 and 6 in Greenwich, saying that it will cut down on noise and air pollution.
The group held a public meeting Tuesday night about the issue at the Eastern Green Civic Center.
Organizer Alexis Gevanter says the “white noise of trucks” is an annoyance but could have long-term impacts on neighbors’ health.
The group says it has grown from an original six members to close to 1,000 supporters.