Route 6 Hop River Corridor Transportation Study

Project Overview

The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) have completed a study to address safety, access management and development potential / growth along the Route 6 corridor in the towns of Bolton, Coventry, Andover and Columbia.  In partnership with the Windham Region Council of Governments (WINCOG), town officials and the public, a set of recommendations throughout the Hop River Corridor, an 11-mile stretch of Route 6 between Notch Road in Bolton and Route 66 in the Town of Columbia and a 2-mile segment of Route 66 between Route 6 and the Willimantic River have been drafted.  The transportation study built upon recommendations made by the Economic Development and Land Use Study completed in October 2010.

For more information, contact Robert Aloise.

Previous Studies


Final Report (Full Report, 17 MB)

  • Chapter 4 Recommendations
  • Appendix 5

Executive Summary

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