The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG), the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) and the Town of Rocky Hill completed this study to address transportation deficiencies along the Route 3 corridor and surrounding areas in the Town of Rocky Hill. The primary road segments included in the study area are Route 3 south of Route 160 (New Britain Avenue), West Street including its interchange with I-91 (Interchange 23), and Brook Street.
The purpose of the study is to ensure safe and efficient operations of vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists within the study area. A comprehensive review of existing and future traffic conditions has been performed to identify area needs and deficiencies. In response, transportation recommendations have been developed under the guidance of a Technical Review/Steering Committee (TR/SC). These concepts, which are described in the final report, are the product of input from members of the public, business community, stakeholders, elected officials, and town staff.
Tighe & Bond, Inc. was the lead consultant for the study.
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Appendix A – Report Graphics