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Regional Transportation Safety Plan Open for Public Comment

VN Engineers was selected to assist CTDOT in developing the Regional Transportation Safety Plan (RTSP) for WestCOG. The plan’s purpose is to reduce fatalities and injuries by outlining effective safety countermeasures to reduce potential future crashes.

If you would like to review the plan and submit a comment, please submit by May 7th to nsullivan@westcog.org

Language Assistance

For language assistance or other accommodations, contact WestCOG at:

Para asistencia con el idioma y otras adaptaciones, por favor póngase en contacto con WestCOG al:

Para obter assistência língua ou outras acomodações, entre em contato com WestCOG em:

Pour obtenir de l’aide linguistique ou d’autres mesures d’adaptation, contactez WestCOG à:

Aby uzyskać pomoc językową lub inne zakwaterowanie, skontaktuj się z firmą WestCOG pod adresem:

help@westcog.org / 475-323-2060

CTDOT Corridor Studies Program Solicitation

Up to three (3) Corridor Studies are available, for the communities within WestCOG! If your community is interested please send applications to WestCOG by April 30, 2021 to be considered. See the solicitation announcement and Application links below for more details!

Questions and applications can be sent to Todd Fontanella at tfontanella@westcog.org

Draft HMP Open for Public Comment

WestCOG’s Draft Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan is is available for review and public comment. This draft will become the first regional Hazard Mitigation Plan for all 18 communities. Comments will be accepted up until March 31st 2021. You can send comments to westcogHMP@gmail.com.

And travel to the HMP Project Page for more details:

https://westcog.org/emergency-management/hazard-mitigation/

Resilient Connecticut Webinar

March 23, 2021 from 10-11am

The Resilient Connecticut team will host a webinar on Tuesday, March 23 to highlight new results for the Climate Change Vulnerability Index (CCVI) mapping tool. This new comprehensive CCVI, with combined flood, heat, and wind stressors, will inform regional resilience opportunities and pilot projects.

To register, and for more information, please follow the link below: