Car transporters conducting car shipping services on the streets and highways of Connecticut in the days and weeks ahead in the century of the environment will have 23 highway service plazas to stop at in the future. Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell was one of many in attendance Monday at a groundbreaking ceremony for the redevelopment of the southbound Wilbur Cross Parkway in North Haven, Connecticut, just one of the 23 planned service plaza redevelopments planned for the highways of the state of Connecticut in the months ahead.
The 23 highway service plazas in question will be situated along the Connecticut Turnpike (Interstate 95), the Merritt and Wilbur Cross Parkways and I-395 in eastern Connecticut. A busy transport route for car movers in the United States of America and a car transport route that could certainly benefit from the 23 highway services plazas they have planned for redevelopment. This news is definitely good news that will help professionals in the business of shipping cars in America that need to use the transport routes where these 23 redeveloped highway service plazas are located and it should put a smile on the faces of transport professionals in the state of Connecticut and America.
What will the new digs at the North Haven service plaza be like? Apparently, they plan on doing a complete renovation of the interior of the facility and its restrooms, which includes new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems to help car hauling professionals using the facility feel a little safer. Transport drivers will also be able to eat at Subway and a Dunkin Donuts, the gas pumps have been relocated for safer access and service, the site will be made easier to access for transports, and the exterior of the facility and grounds will be given a few enhancements to add to the appeal of the facility.
The work on the first of the planned 23 redeveloped highway services plazas has just started and the first facility won't be ready to receive auto transport drivers for another six months or so. The wait will be worth it once they get the first facility up and running though and the benefits for the economy of the Connecticut and the car shipping industry of the United States of America will certainly put a smile on the faces of Americans across the country.