The Connecticut Department of Transporation (CTDOT) will hold virtual public meetings on Jan. 31 where people can offer thoughts about the New Mix project in Waterbury. One is scheduled for noon and the other at 6 p.m. This will be the third time that CTDOT has held meetings where the public can speak about the project.
CTDOT started the New Mix program to assess the condition of Waterbury Mixmaster, where I-84 and Route 8 intersect, and plan for its long-term future. Through the New Mix program CTDOT is gathering public and stakeholder input and analyzing the options for rehabilitating or replacing the Mixmaster. Reconstructing the Mixmaster, whether through replacement or an intensive rehabilitation, will likely be phased with breakout projects that will occur over a number of years.
People can learn more about the New Mix project, watch previous public meetings and register for the sessions scheduled for Jan. 31 on the website that CTDOT has created for the project.