DOT activates partial emergency operations for bridges and stacked highways in Connecticut following earthquake

News 12 Connecticut’s Justin DeVellis spoke with officials from the Department of Transportation.

Justin DeVellis and Nicole Alarcon Soares

Apr 6, 2024, 2:20 AM

Updated 49 days ago


The Department of Transportation (DOT) says emergency operations were partially activated for bridges and stacked highways across Connecticut in response to the earthquake on Friday.
State officials said the work could continue into the weekend as crews evaluate potential damage.
Metro-North officials stated that riders did not experience any service disruptions, and no damage was reported.
The Department of Transportation said it sent crews out to all different parts of the state starting at 11 a.m. to look at bridges and stacked highways.

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