Take survey on I-84 Danbury project

Message from the Connecticut DOT:

The I-84 Danbury Project is an important initiative to improve safety, increase capacity, and improve operations and access between Exits 3 and 8 in Danbury.  As part of Let’s GO CT! – the Governor’s $100 billion, 30-year transportation investment plan that identified projects that will contribute to economic growth and livability – the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) has begun the project to determine the best possible way to improve I-84 through Danbury.

Built in 1971, I-84 is Danbury’s economic lifeline; it is also the western gateway to the state and New England.  As the region has grown, so has the demand and use of I-84. And while it met the needs of travelers in the 1970s and 80s, the highway now needs to be modernized to serve the 80,000 to 120,000 people who use it every day, and those who will use it in the future.

The I-84 Danbury Project Team wants to hear from you! They invite you to take a brief survey to share how you perceive and use I-84. Input and comments gathered from this survey will help the Project Team identify project goals and objectives that guide the planning process.

Visit www.i84danbury.com today to take the Project Survey (In English, Spanish, or Portuguese) and to learn more about the project.