BL Companies provided streetscape planning, design and engineering services for a portion of the Silas Deane Highway (Route 99) in Rocky Hill, Connecticut with funding administered by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development. The project runs for an approximate length of 1,500’, from Dividend Street to Elm Street. This project has created a new identity and gateway into the existing town center and provided greater connectivity from the retail corridor by converting a section of roadway into a linear park leading to the Town Hall. Intersection realignments, new traffic signal, access management, traffic calming, street trees, landscaped medians, ornamental lighting, brick pavers and a variety of other aesthetic amenities were incorporated to create a pedestrian-friendly environment. Three-dimensional concepts were prepared for presentations during public outreach meetings. The design covers the first two construction phases of the multi-phase streetscape enhancement program for the Silas Deane Highway.