STAMFORD, Conn. -- Demolition work will begin Monday near Elm Street and Myrtle Avenue in Stamford's South End, the city announced.
The work, which is part of the city's Urban Transitway, will be done at 402 Elm St., the former site of a Subway. Traffic may be reduced to one lane in each direction during the demolition.
Work will continue through Friday.
"The Engineering Department will begin demolition on 402 Elm Street (Subway building) on Monday, Jan. 20, as part of the Urban Transitway project," a statement from the city's Operations Department said. "The demolition is expected to disrupt traffic throughout the week and end on January 24. Throughout the demolition, traffic flow may be reduced to one lane in each direction. Stamford Police will be on site to direct traffic. Residents traveling in the area should expect delays."
- 1 July 4 Terror Warning Issued By FBI, Homeland Security
- 2 Man Arrested After Driving Drunk, Crash, Police Pursuit, Stamford Cops Say
- 3 Second Escapee David Sweat Shot By New York State Police, Now In Hospital
- 4 Teens Charged With Using Stun Gun At Stamford High Summer School
- 5 July 4 Terror Threat 'Nothing Routine,' Says Former CIA Deputy Director