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Norwalk Metro-North train bridge approved for replacement

State and local officials announced today they have a plan to pay for the replacement of an old railroad bridge along Metro-North's New Haven line. The 118-year-old bridge in Norwalk has become stuck

News 12 Staff

Oct 2, 2014, 10:19 PM

Updated 3,546 days ago

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State and local officials announced today they have a plan to pay for the replacement of an old railroad bridge along Metro-North's New Haven line.
The 118-year-old bridge in Norwalk has become stuck in the open position twice this year causing serious delays along Metro-North.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says $188 million will come from additional federal and state grants.
He announced last month the state received a $161 million federal grant to help fund the design and replacement of the bridge.


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