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12/31/2003 - UPDATE to TEMPORARY Traffic Flow Changes for Scovill and Cole Streets adjacent to St. Mary's Hospital






FROM: Denis Cuevas DATE: September 7, 2007

Traffic Engineer

TO: Listed Departments

SUBJECT: Traffic Pattern Changes


On Sunday September 9, 2007 the Traffic Division will be changing the direction of Cole Street to its original operation allowing vehicle to travel one-way northwest toward South Elm Street. The change requires the modification to the traffic signals on South Elm Street to allow westbound movement including signage and pavement markings. The section of Scovill Street between South Elm Street and Cole Street will remain one-way eastbound to service the temporary entrance to Saint Mary’s Hospital.

The changes are expected to be in place Sunday; the time for change will depend on the weather.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at 574-6820.



Street Department

Police Department

(Chief of Police)

(Chief Inspector U.B.)

(Police Dispatch/E.M.S.)

Fire Department


Citizens Service Center

Director of Operations

Director of Public Works


ORIGINAL POSTING BELOW ( included for map only ):

Note that as of September 9, 2007 the traffic on Cole Street will

revert to it's original direction (i.e., after September 9th, the arrow should

on Cole Street should be reversed --- pointing towards South Elm Street ).


Due to the relocation of the Main Entrance to St. Mary's Hospital, traffic patterns on sections of Scovill Street and Cole Street will be temporarily changed.

These changes are scheduled to take effect Sunday, August 12th and will remain in effect for approximately 6 months.

Please check the link below for the details of the traffic flow changes: