November 7, 2016, by Markeshia Ricks- "Drivers used to speeding through Westille Village on their way to downtown or back out to the suburbs had a slower commute Monday - because traffic calming on Whalley Avenue has finally arrived. After six years of community wrestling with the state Department of Transportation, construction of new medians on the eastern and western edges of the Village got underway Monday. A number of the people who helped fight to make it happen gathered at the corner of West Rock Avenue and Whalley Avenue to note the milestone. Cars could be seen approaching the intersection of Whalley Avenue and Fitch Street with a lot more caution than before. Bright signs and traffic cones narrowed the roadway down to one lane. Big construction trucks could be seen hauling dirt and digging up the center of the street..." Click HERE to comment and read full article.

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