The section of I-91 running from New Haven to just north of the Montowese Avenue overpass in North Haven will be refurbished by the state Department of Transportation beginning this summer.
According to the department, the work will involve the laying of an asphalt overlay over the portion of highway for the purposes of pavement preservation.
The state does not expect to hold a public session to discuss the project — as it will later this month for the of the Route 100/Route 1 intersection — officials are asking residents to share their concerns before paving is underway.
Construction will take place on both southbound and northbound directions on I-91.
Design for the project, which will be paid for with 80 percent federal and 20 percent state funds, was expected to be completed in February.
More information on the work can be obtained by contacting Timothy M. Wilson, Manager of Highway Design, at (860) 594-3189, or by email at Timothy.Wilson@ct.gov. The State Project Number is 0092-0658.