Connecticut receives over $1.7 million for statewide traffic safety improvements

Connecticut's Congressional delegation has announced the allocation of over $1.7 million for traffic safety improvements and studies statewide.
This funding, derived from the bipartisan infrastructure law signed by President Biden two years ago, aims to enhance transportation safety across Connecticut.
In the local area, specific allocations have been designated:
  • Greenwich: $400,000 for the development of a comprehensive transportation safety plan.
  • Winchester: $200,000 for the implementation of its action plan.
  • Newtown: $80,000 to support its Safe Streets Program.
These investments will contribute to creating safer and more efficient transportation systems in these respective communities.