Mayor cuts ribbon at improved intersection
STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin and Transportation Bureau Chief Jim Travers joined representatives from Building and Land Technology to cut the ribbon at the Selleck/Southfield/Greenwich intersection on Wednesday.
The city worked with BLT to make improvements at this intersection. This is the first of a three-phase project that will alleviate traffic congestion in the Waterside neighborhood.
The yearlong project will cost $2.7 million to reconstruct the intersection to be wider with new sidewalks, traffic and pedestrian signals. The road will also be repaved.
The project is funded by a state transportation grant.