MIDDLETOWN — Transportation officials are nearing the final design stages of a project to mitigate the high number of crashes on a Highway 9 on-ramp.
State Department of Transportation crews will widen the bridge that carries Route 9 north over Union Street to provide enough space for an adequate acceleration lane to replace the “controlled stop” intersection on the approach of the freeway, said DOT project manager Salvatore Aresco.
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