June 2, 2020

Old Lyme Says Plans for New Railroad Bridge over Connecticut River Lack Details

OLD LYME — Amtrak is looking to replace a rail bridge across the Connecticut River between the towns of Old Lyme, Conn., and Old Saybrook, Conn. The existing bridge has been there since 1907 and is in need of replacement, but is part of the essential Northeast Rail Corridor between Boston and Washington, D.C. After getting approval by Old Saybrook back on April 20, the new bridge proposal hit a snag with Old Lyme on May 12. Officials there …

Read the full article by Bill Wilson and published May 14 on Rail Track and Structures at this link.

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