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MILFORD – A new website aims to help travelers in Connecticut looking to find service plazas along I-95, I-395, and Route 15. The site by Project Service, www.ctserviceplazas.com, enables people to find rest areas, view traffic cameras, and help with trip planning.

All 20 service plazas are open twenty-four hours a day. Each service plaza offers different food options including Subway, McDonalds, Dunkin’ Donuts, and Chipotle. Each service plaza also features an Alltown Convenience Store and an ExxonMobil gas station. The plazas have restrooms, free WiFi and backup power generators for use during a power outage.

“The new Project Service website will help travelers find convenient service plazas to visit as they travel in Connecticut,” said Paul Landino, president and CEO of Project Service. “Our Connecticut service plaza team is excited to provide great food and retail choices, clean restrooms, fuel and convenience to the large number of travelers. The new website is a terrific tool.”

Recently, new plazas have opened on I-95 in Fairfield and two more will open in New Canaan and Madison.

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