Extensive milling and paving of Wilton roads will begin next week.
The town’s Department of Public Works will be milling and paving Horseshoe Road and River Road beginning Monday, Oct. 12.  The work is expected to take four days, concluding on Oct. 15, weather permitting. Work will be done from 7:20 a.m. to 5 p.m. Police and flaggers will assist motorists with alternating traffic. The section of road to be worked on is from Wilton Hardware at 5 River Road to the intersection of Wolfpit Road.
At about the same time, Route 106 in Wilton will be resurfaced from Oct. 12-16, according to the State Department of Transportation. This work will take place at night, from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. A total of 3.16 miles will be repaved beginning at Hurlbutt Street through Sharp Hill to Wolfpit Road.
Motorists can expect lane closures on Route 106 from Beldon Hill Road to Route 53 (Chestnut Hill Road). Traffic control personnel and signing patterns will be guide motorists through the work zone.
Work dates could change due to weather and other conditions.