In August 2013, the Town of Waterbury awarded the Farr Road project to G.W. Tatro Construction, Inc. The scope of the project was to construct 1,600 LF of new roadway and removal of an existing steel bridge and concrete abutment. The job required 5,000 CY of Excavation, 1,600 CY of Rip Rap, and 1,400 CY of crushed gravel. The project required working underneath 2 interstate bridges, and adjacent to the sensitive Little River. It would also need to be constructed in the middle of an AOT highway restoration project along US Route 2. Farr Road was open to traffic on November 1st 2013 and the 86 year old steel bridge was closed. The bridge and abutments are scheduled to be removed in 2014 to complete the project.