October 31 Event Flyer Connecticut’s economy is not currently on a stable path to long-term economic growth. Combined with large fixed expenses in the state budget, slow or no growth puts real pressure on the state’s ability to invest in infrastructure and meet educational and human services needs. What initiatives should Connecticut take to accelerate economic […]

Staff from CRCOG were joined by a dozen or so volunteers (including Mayor Bronin and his family) to install a demonstration project at the corner of Main Street and Charter Oak in Hartford on September 28. The demonstration project was a painted curb extension with flexible posts along the edge. The purpose of the project […]

CRCOG is working with the Department of Public Health to promote active living and active transportation across the state. This is part of a larger grant program funded by the Centers for Disease Control. Our portion of the project aims to promote things like walking and biking, for both transportation and for leisure. CRCOG is […]

The 2019-2045 of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan was approved by the CRCOG Policy Board on April 3, 2019. You can find it below: CRCOG Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2019-2045 (Final; PDF 58 MB) CRCOG Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2019-2045: Executive Summary (PDF 28 MB) CRCOG Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2019-2045: Appendices (PDF: 30MB) CRCOG Plan de Transporte Metropolitano […]

The CTDOT MS4 Program presentation is now available. The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program reviews publicly owned stormwater runoff conveyance systems. For questions feel free to contact DOT.MS4@ct.gov.

The final version of the Metro Hartford Future Project report has been published. You can find the final document below, which includes a new section detailing comments received during the public comment period. The full text of written comments we recieved is available from tmalone@crcog.org. Metro Hartford Future Report (Final) Metro Hartford Future: Appendix

CERC, Pullman & Comley, and CRCOG invite you to learn more about the new federal Opportunity Zones program and how to grow business through long-term investments in low-income communities. Last December, federal lawmakers created the federal Opportunity Zones program for investors to reinvest their unrealized capital gains into Opportunity Funds – private investment vehicles dedicated […]

The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) is developing its Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), a plan which lays out a vision for the region’s transportation system over the next 25 years. The LRTP is a federally-mandated plan that determines the region’s priorities for spending federal transportation funds in the region. As the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization […]