Municipal officials from the CRCOG region as well as CRCOG staff weigh in on the important topic of infill development in the Hartford Business Journal article. Infill development is one of many strategies to create more vibrant, connected and sustainable communities and in transit station areas promoting transit-oriented development. To read this article click here.
CCM and CRCOG Release FY 2017-2018 Salary Data at CTMunicipalData.org
Press Release For Immediate Release Thursday, November 09, 2017 Public Meetings Scheduled for Feedback on Comprehensive Transit Service Analysis of CTtransit New Britain / Bristol Division Capitol Region Council of Governments Will Be Hosting a Final Round of Public Meetings to Gather Feedback on Potential Local Bus Service Improvements. Hartford, Connecticut – The Capitol Region […]
Press Release For Immediate Release November 9, 2017 TRAFFIC INCIDENT RESPONSE WEEK NOVEMBER 13-19, 2017 “WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER” HARTFORD, CT – National Traffic Incident Response Week is November 13 -19, 2017 to raise public awareness to the dangers responders face when reacting to a traffic incident. Nationally, every year hundreds of responders […]
On October 23, 2017, the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) released proposed fares for the upcoming CTrail Hartford Line service. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) guidelines mandate that proposed public transit fare changes – including fares for new service – be evaluated for equity to ensure that they do not pose a disproportionate burden on low-income […]
The Connecticut Office of Policy and Management (OPM), in cooperation with the state’s nine regional councils of governments (COGs), is holding public hearings on the revised Draft 2018-2023 Conservation and Development Policies: The Plan for Connecticut. Further information on the Draft Plan and scheduled public hearings can be found here. The Capitol Region public hearing […]