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February 22 deadline for input to CT DOT about I-95 Project

Save Riverside from Highway Noise Pollution

February 22 deadline for input to CT DOT about I-95 Project 

Send an email today!

What is CT DOT planning?

A four-year-long, $205 million project is due to start in the Fall of 2022. The project focuses on road resurfacing, bridge rehabilitation, and safety improvements from the New York border (Exit 2) all the way through Exit 6 in Stamford.  The project does nothing to address noise pollution from I-95 that disrupts sleep, reduces property values, and adversely impacts our health.

Link to project webpage

Minutes from DOT public information meeting held virtually on January 21

What can you do?  >>> Write to the DOT about Project 0056-0316 before February 22nd! <<<

 Send an email to: Mr. Neil Patel, Project Manager at


State Representative, D-150:

State Representative, D-151:

State Senator:

State Senator:

CT General Assembly, Environment Committee Co-Chair:

CT General Assembly, Environment Committee Co-Chair:

CT DOT Legislative Program Manager:

Greenwich First Selectman:

Greenwich DPW:

Write your own email OR select one of the samples below. Be sure to sign your name and provide your street address at the bottom!

Sample Letter A: Focusing on Noise Pollution

Sample Letter B: Stop Tree Removal

Sample Letter C: Add Noise Barriers near Schools

Links of interest for more information about sound mitigation:

RA Board Member Letter to DOT and Greenwich Free Press

Sound Barrier Installation Along I-95 in Darien Barriers installed in 2009 with new “speed change lane”

Technology for a Quieter America  Advances in paving technology

Quiet Asphalt - A choice for the future

Quieter Pavement: Acoustic Measurement and Performance

The Best Trees to Block Road Noise

The New Yorker:  Is Noise Pollution the next Big Public Health Crisis 

Health impact of noise in Greater Paris Metropolis Highlights steps we should take in CT. 

Impact of noise on children


The Riverside Association