At last, upgrades to two in-town railroad crossings

Tom Zetterstrom, foreground, and Geoff Drury, who are both members of North Canaan’s Streetscape Committee, studied plans for upgrades to two railroad crossings in town. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Plans for upgrades to the center of town, especially at the two railroad crossings, were presented at a public information meeting at Town Hall on Thursday night, Jan. 26.

The upgrades are a project of the state Department of Transportation (DOT), and will be paid for with federal funds, as part of a program dedicated to maintaining the safety of active railroad crossings. 

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