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View the presentation from our most recent Public Meeting held on April 30th.

Want to know what’s been happening on Silver Lane over the last year? Check out our latest newsletter to find about about the study, results of the survey, and many other initiatives currently happening on the corridor!

Join us at our Final Public Meeting, October 9th starting at 6:30pm. Check out the flyer here!

About the Study

CTDOT and CRCOG have initiated a Study to evaluate traffic and development issues along Silver Lane in the Town of East Hartford.

The Study shall will address safety and congestion, transit system, pedestrian / bicycle mobility and assess travel demand growth and its impacts on area roadways including traffic associated with development of underutilized properties within the Study Area. The Study will also address intersecting side street approaches and access and egress to adjacent land uses.

The Study Area includes the corridor along Silver Lane (SR 502) from the intersection of Route 15 easterly to the intersection of Forbes Street, a distance of approximately two miles.

In addition to this transportation corridor study, the Town has received a Brownfields Area-Wide Redevelopment (BAR) grant which will result in a comprehensive plan of the Silver Lane Corridor while identifying and studying the redevelopment potential of targeted brownfield sites.

To visit the Town’s Silver Lane Committee website which tracks both studies, please click here:

If you have questions, please contact Emily Hultquist the Project Manager at or 860 724 4219.

Get Involved!

Public Meetings:

We are holding a Final Public Meeting on October 9, 2019. Open House begins at 6:30pm, and the public forum as part of the East Hartford Planning & Zoning Commission meeting begins at 7pm. Hope to see you there!

Our previous public meeting was held April 30, 2019. This presentation can be viewed by clicking on the Presentation tab to the left. For more information, please contact Caitlin Palmer at or 860-724-4435.


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Un interprete estará disponible para esta reunión si usted lo solicita al 860-522-2217, x4293, lo más pronto posible.