CRCOG and the Town of Canton are conducting a corridor study of the Route 44, in the Town of Canton.
The purpose of the study is to:
- investigate and evaluate current transportation infrastructure deficiencies including bicycle and pedestrian options and transit, along a portion of Route 44 as well as adjacent roadways in the town of Canton
- evaluate existing and future traffic signal locations on Route 44, between Canton Village and the Simsbury Townline and a portion of Dowd Avenue (State Route 565), from Canton Hollow to Route 44
- investigate and evaluate alternatives to improve movements of motor vehicles and freight through the area under the anticipated future build out as a high-density, mixed-use village
- evaluate safety improvements to accommodate a proposed East-West extension of the existing active transportation route (the Farmington River Rail Trail) and determine the best location of a trail crossing on Route 44. The study will also investigate and evaluate non-motorized travel options that connect surrounding neighborhoods within the study area as well as current and future commuters from other areas to opportunities including but not limited to employment, education, and healthcare in the area
- develop a recommendation plan to address those deficiencies.
Kickoff Meeting (June 12, 2023)
- Route 44 Corridor Study Kickoff Meeting Agenda
- Draft Meeting Notes
- Audio Recording of the Meeting
If you have any comments or suggestions about the study, please contact Pramod Pandey (firstname.lastname@example.org), Principal Planner II (CRCOG) at 860-724-4216 or Joe Balskus (JBALSKUS@VHB.com), Project Manager (VHB) at 860-807-4405.