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South Western Region ITS Strategic Plan

South Western Region ITS Strategic Plan

Study Products

Updates

Final Report

Fact Sheet

Project Team

Sponsor: South Western Regional Planning Agency

Prime Consultant: Cambridge Systematics

Subcontractors: IBI GroupHoward-Stein/Hudson Associates


 

Contact Us:

If you have questions or would like further information, please contact:
Alex Karman, AICP
Senior Planner
Email: karman@swrpa.org

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program

The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program is a federal program that funds transportation projects and programs that contribute to attainment or maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) for ozone, carbon monoxide, and particulate matter. As a non-attainment area for ozone and particulate matter, Connecticut receives Federal CMAQ Improvement Program funds based on the population in the non-attainment areas of the state and the severity of air quality problems. The CMAQ program supports the two goals of improving air quality and relieving congestion. The USDOT CMAQ 2013 program guidance provides more information about CMAQ including eligible and ineligible project categories: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/air_quality/cmaq/policy_and_guidance/2013_guidance/index.cfm

The South Western Region is eligible to use CMAQ funding. The region is part of the New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island, NY-NJ-CT area that is classified as moderate nonattainment which includes Connecticut’s Fairfield County, Middlesex County, and New Haven County.

AQ Maps

CTDOT CMAQ Program Information
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) has set aside $10 million of Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) funding each year for regional projects. It is CTDOT’s intent to solicit regions every two years for this statewide competitive funding program. WestCOG coordinated the 2015 solicitation for the South Western Region MPO. The next solicitation is scheduled for 2017. However, CTDOT reserves the right to review and revise the solicitation schedule based upon federal funds available, current obligations and anticipated programmed activities. • Generally, the Federal share for CMAQ projects under this program is 80%. Projects that qualify for 100% federal funding will be funded with 100% federal share. • The project sponsor is responsible for the local share for all phases. • Total project cost should be between $200,000 and $3 million. The total cost of the project (federal and local share) includes design, ROW acquisition, construction engineering, and operating cost if applicable. Non-construction projects, such as purchasing equipment, must have a total cost of at least $50,000 ($40,000 federal share). • Cost overruns on selected projects, whether due to poor estimates or unforeseen circumstances, will be the responsibility of the project sponsors. The funds provided by this program are on a cost reimbursement basis. Cost incurred prior to project selection and notice to proceed will not be reimbursed.

CTDOT Reference Guide: Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) Program


If you have questions or would like further information, please contact Kristin Hadjstylianos at khadjstylianos@westcog.org.

South Western Region Transportation Improvement Program

South Western Region Transportation Improvement Program

The SWRMPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a financially-constrained list of all highway and public transit projects proposed to be undertaken utilizing federal funding, requiring federal approval, or of regional significance over a four-year period within the SWRMPO region.

2018-2021 Program

The SWRMPO 2018-2021 TIP was endorsed by the MPO on August 17th 2017 and was approved by the FTA and FHWA on October 19th, 2017, as part of the larger STIP.

2018-2021 Documents:


Statewide TIP

The SWRMPO TIP makes up a part of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  USDOT and EPA approved the 2018-2021 STIP and Air Quality Conformity Documents on October 19, 2017

More information on the 2018-2021 STIP, 2018 Multi-Regional Approval Projects, 2018 Bridge Report, 2018 Safety Report, Air Quality Conformity, and the 2015-2018 STIP can be found here.

Housatonic Valley Transportation Improvement Program

Housatonic Valley Transportation Improvement Program

The HVMPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a financially-constrained list of all highway and public transit projects proposed to be undertaken utilizing federal funding, requiring federal approval, or of regional significance over a four-year period within the HVMPO region.

2018-2021 Program

The HVMPO 2018-2021 TIP was endorsed by the MPO on August 17th 2017 and was approved by the FTA and FHWA on October 19th, 2017, as part of the larger STIP.


Statewide TIP

The HVMPO TIP makes up a part of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). USDOT and EPA approved the 2018-2021 STIP and Air Quality Conformity Documents on October 19, 2017.

More information on the 2018-2021 STIP, 2018 Multi-Regional Approval Projects, 2018 Bridge Report, 2018 Safety Report, Air Quality Conformity, and the 2015-2018 STIP can be found here.

HVMPO

Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization

The Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (HVMPO) is the federally mandated organization designated by the Governor as the forum for cooperative transportation decision-making.

2020 Meeting Schedule

Operating Procedures

Voting Members

Chairman: Rudy Marconi, First Selectman, Town of Ridgefield
Vice Chairman: Julia Pemberton, First Selectman, Town of Redding
Matt Knickerbocker, First Selectman, Town of Bethel
Curtis Read, First Selectman, Town of Bridgewater
Stephen Dunn, First Selectman, Town of Brookfield
Mark Boughton, Mayor, City of Danbury
Peter Bass, Mayor, Town of New Milford
Pat Del Monaco, First Selectman, Town of New Fairfield
Daniel Rosenthal, First Selectman, Town of Newtown
Don Lowe, First Selectman, Town of Sherman
Eric Bergstraesser, HARTransit

Meetings & Minutes

Minutes provide a detailed summary of the actions taken at meetings of the Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (HVMPO). Minutes must be approved by the pertinent board before they are posted here.
The draft minutes of HVMPO meetings will be available to the public in WestCOG’s office within seven days of a meeting. Please visit WestCOG’s office to obtain voting summaries.
Copies of the agendas and minutes are provided in Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF). If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download this FREE software from Adobe. You may then view or print the document.

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Meeting Date Document Agenda
03.19.2015 Minutes
02.19.2015 Minutes
03.19.2015 Minutes
04.16.2015 Minutes
05.21.2015 Minutes
06.25.2015 Minutes
07.16.2015 Minutes
11.19.2015 Minutes
01.21.2016 Minutes
02.18.2016 MinutesAgenda
03.17.2016 MinutesAgenda
04.21.2016 MinutesAgenda
05.19.2016 MinutesAgenda
06.16.2016 MinutesAgenda
08.12.2016 MinutesAgenda
10.20.2016 MinutesAgenda
11.17.2016 MinutesAgenda
12.15.2016 MinutesAgenda
01.23.2017 MinutesCOG/MPO Agenda
02.23.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
03.16.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
04.20.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
05.18.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
06.15.2017 MinutesAmended MPO Agenda
07.20.2017 Canceled Canceled
08.17.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
10.05.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
11.16.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
12.14.2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
01.18.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
02.15.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
03.15.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
04.19.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
05.17.2018 Canceled Canceled
05.22.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
06.21.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
07.19.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
08.16.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
09.27.2018 Canceled Canceled
10.18.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
11.15.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
12.13.2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
01.17.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
02.28.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
03.21.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
04.18.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
05.16.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
06.25.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
07.19.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
08.15.2019 Cancelled Cancelled
09.19.2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
10.17.2019 Minutes MPO Agenda
11.21.2019 Cancelled
12.19.2019 Minutes MPO Agenda
01.16.2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
02.13.2020 MinutesMPO Agenda
03.19.2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
04.23.2020 MinutesMPO Agenda
05.21.2020 MinutesMPO Agenda
06.18.2020 Interim Minutes MPO Agenda

THE HOUSATONIC VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (HVMPO) PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION IN THEIR PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES*

*Compliance with: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 (ADA), Executive Order 13166 “Improving Access to Services for persons with Limited English Proficiency and Executive Order 12898 “Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations”

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SWRMPO

South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization

The South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is the federally mandated organization designated by the Governor as the forum for cooperative transportation decision-making.

2020 Meeting Schedule

Operating Procedures

Voting Members

Chairman: Jayme Stevenson, First Selectman, Town of Darien
Vice Chairman: Jim Marpe, First Selectman, Town of Westport
Kevin Moynihan, First Selectman, Town of New Canaan
Fred Camillo, First Selectman, Town of Greenwich
Harry Rilling, Mayor, City of Norwalk
David Martin, Mayor, City of Stamford
Jim Marpe, First Selectman, Town of Westport
Christopher Spaulding, First Selectman, Town of Weston
Lynne Vanderslice, First Selectman, Town of Wilton
Kimberlee Morton, CEO, Norwalk Transit District* and MPO Transit Representative
*NTD, as MPO Transit Representative, serves to support and advocate for all transit interests in the region

Agendas & Minutes

Minutes provide a detailed summary of the actions taken at meetings of the South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (SWRMPO). Minutes must be approved by the pertinent board before they are posted here.
The draft minutes of SWRMPO meetings will be available to the public in WestCOG’s office within seven days of a meeting. Please visit WestCOG’s office to obtain voting summaries.

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Meeting Date Document Agenda
02-20-2015 Minutes
03-19-2015 Minutes
04-16-2015 MinutesAgenda
05-21-2015 Minutes
06-25-2015 Minutes
07-16-2015 MinutesAgenda
08-20-2015 MinutesAgenda
10-22-2015 MinutesAgenda
11-19-2015 MinutesAgenda
12-17-2015 MinutesAgenda and Packet
01-21-2016 MinutesPacket
02-18-2016 MinutesAgenda
03-17-2016 MinutesPacket
Supplement
04-21-2016 MinutesAgenda
05-19-2016 MinutesAgenda
06-16-2016 MinutesAgenda
07-21-2016 MinutesAgenda
08-12-2016 MinutesAgenda
10-20-2016 MinutesAgenda
11-17-2016 MinutesAgenda
12-15-2016 MinutesAgenda
01-23-2017 MinutesCOG/MPO Agenda
02-23-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
03-16-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
04-20-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
05-18-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
06-15-2017 MinutesAmended MPO Agenda
07-20-2017 Canceled Canceled
08-17-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
10-05-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
11-16-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
12-14-2017 MinutesMPO Agenda
01-18-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
02-15-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
03-15-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
04-19-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
05-17-2018 Canceled Canceled
05-22-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
06-21-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
07-19-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
08-16-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
09-27-2018 Canceled Canceled
10-18-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
11-15-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
12-13-2018 MinutesMPO Agenda
01-17-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
02-28-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
03-21-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
04-18-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
05-16-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
06-25-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
07-19-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
08-15-2019 Cancelled Cancelled
09-19-2019 MinutesMPO Agenda
10-17-2019 Minutes MPO Agenda
11-21-2019 Cancelled
12-19-2019 Minutes MPO Agenda
01-16-2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
02-13-2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
03-19-2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
04-23-2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
05-21-2020 Minutes MPO Agenda
06-18-2020 Interim MinutesMPO Agenda

THE SOUTH WESTERN REGION METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (SWRMPO) PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION IN THEIR PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES*

*Compliance with: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 (ADA), Executive Order 13166 “Improving Access to Services for persons with Limited English Proficiency and Executive Order 12898 “Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations”

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SWRMPO Certification Review 2018

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will review of the South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (SWRMPO) Transportation Planning Program for compliance with federal planning regulations.

The review will be April 26, 2018 from 9:00am to 4:00pm at the Western Connecticut Council of Governments office; public participation will take place at 10:30am.

Agenda – Revised 4/24

Comments can be sent to:

Ken Shooshan-Stoller,
C/O Federal Highway Administration – Connecticut Division, 628 Hebron Avenue, Suite 303,
Glastonbury, CT 06033,
Kenneth.Shooshan-Stoller@dot.gov; or

Leah Sirmin,
C/O Federal Transit Administration, Region 1,
55 Broadway, Suite 920, Cambridge, MA 02142,
leah.sirmin@dot.gov.

For language assistance, other accommodations, or individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids for service, please contact Western Connecticut Council of Governments at help@westcog.org or 475-323-2060.

Legal Notice

TAG

Technical Advisory Group (TAG)

WestCOG’s Technical Advisory Group (TAG) provides support to the HVMPO, SWRMPO, and COG. The TAG consists of town planners, town engineers, public works officials, transit district representatives, and COG staff. The technical committee reviews and evaluates proposals, and makes recommendations, which are then submitted to the appropriate policy board.

Meetings & Minutes

Minutes provide a detailed summary of the actions taken at meetings of the Transportation Technical Advisory Group (TAG). Minutes must be approved by the pertinent board before they are posted here.

2020 Schedule of TAG Meetings

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Meeting Date Minutes Agenda
07-09-2020 TAG Packet
06-09-2020 Interim Minutes Agenda
05-12-2020 MinutesAgenda
04-08-2020 Minutes Agenda
03-10-2020 Minutes Agenda
02-05-2020 Minutes Agenda
01-08-2020 Minutes Agenda
12-10-2019 Minutes Agenda
11-12-2019 Minutes Agenda
10-08-2019 Minutes Agenda
09-10-2019 MinutesAgenda
07-30-2019 Cancelled Cancelled
07-09-2019 MinutesAgenda
06-11-2019 MinutesAgenda
04-30-2019 MinutesAgenda
04-09-2019 MinutesAgenda
03-12-2019 MinutesAgenda
02-12-2019 MinutesAgenda
01-08-2019 MinutesAgenda
11-27-2018 MinutesAgenda
10-30-2018 MinutesAgenda
10-02-2018 Canceled Canceled
09-12-2018 MinutesAgenda
07-31-2018 MinutesAgenda
07-02-2018 MinutesAgenda
06-05-2018 MinutesAgenda
05-01-2018 MinutesAgenda
04-03-2018 MinutesAgenda
03-06-2018 MinutesAgenda
01-30-2018 MinutesAgenda
01-09-2018 Canceled Canceled
12-05-2017 MinutesAgenda
11-07-2017 MinutesAgenda
09-06-2017 MinutesAgenda
08-01-2017 MinutesAgenda
07-11-2017 Canceled Canceled
06-06-2017 MinutesAgenda
05-02-2017 MinutesAgenda
04-04-2017 MinutesAgenda
03-07-2017 MinutesAgenda
01-11-2017 MinutesAgenda
12-06-2016 MinutesAgenda
10-06-2016 MinutesAgenda
09-14-2016 MinutesAgenda
07-12-2016 MinutesAgenda
06-07-2016 MinutesAgenda
04-05-2016 MinutesAgenda
03-01-2016 MinutesAgenda
02-02-2016 MinutesAgenda
01-13-2016 MinutesAgenda
10-06-2015 Minutes
06-30-2015 Minutes
05-05-2015 Minutes
04-06-2015 Minutes
01-06-2015 Minutes
11-17-2014 Minutes
10-08-2014 Minutes
09-09-2014 Minutes
06-11-2014 Minutes
05-06-2014 Minutes
04-08-2014 Minutes

Long Range Transportation Plans

Long-Range Transportation Plans:

HVMPO

HVMPO Long-Range Transportation Plan, 2019-2045

ENGLISH: Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (HVMPO) Long-Range Transportation Plan, 2019-2045: This regional transportation plan is a statement by the Housatonic Valley Region’s municipal chief elected officials, serving as the area’s federally recognized regional agency for transportation planning, as to what investments and strategies are needed to improve and balance mobility within the Region.

The Plan is a prerequisite for federal transportation funding. It is the result of a transportation planning process designed to increase the public’s awareness of transportation matters. It provides all parties with a welcoming point of contact with transportation investment decision making.

ESPAÑOL: Planes de Transporte a Largo Plazo de La Organización Metropolitana de Planificación para la Región del Valle de Housatonic (HVMPO), 2019-2045: Este plan de transporte regional es una declaración de los principales funcionarios municipals electos de la Región del Valle de Housatonic, que sirve como la agencia regional reconocida federalmente para la planificación del transporte, en cuanto a qué inversions y estrategias son necesarias para mejorar y equilibrar la movilidad dentro de la región.

El plan es un requisito previo para la financiación del transporte federal. Es el resultado de un proceso de planificación de transporte diseñado para aumentar la conciencia pública sobre los asuntos de transporte. Proporciona todas las partes con un punto de contacto acogedor con la toma de decisiones de inversión en transporte.

PORTUGUÊS: Planos de Transporte de Longo Alcance para a Organização Metropolitana de Planejamento para a Região do Vale Housatonic (HVMPO), 2019-2045: Este plano de transporte regional é uma declaração dos diretores eleitos do governo municipal da Região do Vale de Housatonic, que serve como a agência regional federalmente reconhecida para planejamento de transporte, quanto aos investimentos e estratégias necessários para melhorar e equilibrar a mobilidade dentro da Região.

O Plano é um pré-requisito para o financiamento do transporte federal. É o resultado de um processo de planejamento de transporte projetado para aumentar a consciência pública sobre questões de transporte. Ele fornece todas as partes com um ponto de contato de boas-vindas com a tomada de decisões de investimento em transporte.

FRANÇAIS: Le Plan de Transport à Longue Distance pour l’Organisation métropolitaine de planification de la Région de la Vallée Housatonic (HVMPO), 2019-2045: Ce plan de transport régional est une déclaration des élus municipaux en chef de la région de Housatonic Valley, qui fait office d’organisme régional de planification des transports reconnu par le gouvernement federal pour la planification des transports, afin de déterminer les investissements et les stratégies nécessaires pour améliorer et équilibrer la mobilité dans la region.

Le plan est une condition préalable au financement fédéral des transports. C’est le résultat d’un processus de planification de transport conçu pour sensibiliser davanatge le public aux questions de transport. Il fournit à toutes les parties un point de contact accueillant pour la prise de decision en matière d’investissement dans les transports.

POLSKI: Housatonic Valley Metropolitan Planowania Organizacja (HVMPO) dalekiego zasięgu transport plan, 2019-2045: ten regionalny plan transportu jest oświadczenie HVMPO gminnych urzędników wybieranych, służąc jako federalnie uznane agencji regionalnej dla Planowania transportu, co do tego, jakie inwestycje i strategie są potrzebne do poprawy i zrównoważenia mobilności w regionie.

Plan jest warunkiem wstępnym dla federalnego finansowania transportu. Jest to wynik procesu planowania transportu, którego celem jest zwiększenie świadomości publicznej w zakresie transportu. Zapewnia ona wszystkim stronom przyjemny punkt kontaktowy z podejmowaniem decyzji inwestycyjnych w zakresie transportu.

SWRMPO

SWRMPO Long-Range Transportation Plan, 2019-2045

ENGLISH: The South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (SWRMPO) is pleased to announce the endorsement of the Long Range Transportation Plan for the SWRMPO, 2019-2045. This plan is the official Long Range Transportation Plan for the South Western Region, covering the time period between 2019-2045.

This plan provides a “blueprint” for transportation investment in the eight towns of the South Western Region: Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, and Wilton. This plan serves as a guide for developing a transportation system that is accessible, safe, and reliable, thereby contributing to a higher quality of life for the Region’s residents.

ESPAÑOL: La Organización Metropolitana de Planificación para la Región Suroeste (SWRMPO) se complace en anunciar la aprobación del Plan de Transporte a Largo Plazo para la SWRMPO, 2019-2045. Este plan es el plan oficial de Transporte a Largo Plazo para la región sur occidental, que cobre el período de tiempo entre 2019-2045.

Este plan proporciona un ” modelo ” para la inversión de transporte en los ocho municipios de la región suroeste: Darien, Greenwich, Nueva Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, y Wilton. Este plan sirve como una guía para el desarrollo de un sistema de transporte que sea accesible, seguro y fiable, lo que contribuye a una mejor calidad de vida para la región residentes.

PORTUGUÊS: A Organização Metropolitana de Planejamento para a Região Sudoeste (SWRMPO) tem o prazer de anunciar o endosso do Plano de Longo Alcance Transporte para a SWRMPO, 2019-2045. Este plano é o funcionário Plano de Longo Alcance Transporte para a Região Sudoeste, que cobre o período de tempo entre 2019-2045.

Este plano proporciona um “modelo” para o investimento transporte nas oito cidades da Região Sudoeste: Darien, Greenwich, Nova Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, e Wilton. Indo este plano serve como um guia para o desenvolvimento de um sistema de transporte que é acessível, seguro e confiável, contribuindo assim para uma melhor qualidade de vida para os moradores da região.

FRANÇAIS: L’Organisation métropolitaine de planification de la Région Sud – Ouest (SWRMPO) est heureuse d’annoncer l’approbation du Plan de Transport à Longue Distance pour la SWRMPO, 2019-2045. Ce plan est le plan officiel de transport à longue distance pour la région du Sud – Ouest, couvrant la période de temps entre, 2019-2045.

Ce plan fournit un ” plan ” pour les investissements dans les transports dans les huit villes de la région du Sud – Ouest: Darien, Greenwich, Nouveau Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, et Wilton. Ce plan sert de guide pour l’élaboration d’ un système de transport qui est accessible, sûr et fiable, contribuant à une meilleure qualité de vie pour les habitants de la région.

POLSKI: South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (SWRMPO) ma przyjemność ogłosić zatwierdzenie Planu Transportu o dalekim zasięgu dla SWRMPO, 2019-2045. Ten plan jest oficjalnym planem transportu dalekim zasięgu dla SWRMPO, obejmujący okres między 2019-2045.

Plan ten stanowi model inwestycji transportowych w ośmiu miastach regionu południowo-zachodniego: Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport i Wilton. Plan ten służy jako przewodnik dla rozwoju systemu transportowego, który jest dostępny, bezpieczny i niezawodny, przyczyniając się tym samym do wyższej jakości życia mieszkańców regionu.


Air Quality Conformity

The Air Quality Conformity Determination report can be found here.


Previous Plans

2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan for the Housatonic Valley Region, 2015

HV Regional Transportation Plan

This regional transportation plan is a statement by the Housatonic Valley Region’s municipal chief elected officials, serving as the area’s federally recognized regional agency for transportation planning, as to what investments and strategies are needed to improve and balance mobility within the Region.
The Plan is a prerequisite for federal transportation funding. It is the result of a transportation planning process designed to increase the public’s awareness of transportation matters. It provides all parties with a welcoming point of contact with transportation investment decision making.

Final Report

South Western Region Long Range Transportation Plan, 2015

Going Forward – The Plan to Maintain & Improve Mobility
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The South Western Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (SWRMPO) is pleased to announce the endorsement of Going Forward – The Plan to Maintain & Improve Mobility. Going Forward is the official Long Range Transportation Plan for the South Western Region, covering the time period between, 2015-2040.
Going Forward provides a “blueprint” for transportation investment in the eight towns of the South Western Region: Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, and Wilton. Going Forward serves as a guide for developing a transportation system that is accessible, safe, and reliable, thereby contributing to a higher quality of life for the Region’s residents.

Final Report

Executive Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

Transportation Planning – Eight Factors Required by 23CFR 450.306

Air Quality Conformity Findings

Public Involvement

Public Involvement Plan

March 25, 2011 Media Release
March 25, 2011 Media Release – Spanish
April 12, 2011 Media Release
June 10, 2013 Media Release

Past Long Range Transportation Plans

Submit Comments in writing or electronically. Comments concerning “Going Forward” – The Plan to Maintain & Improve Mobility can be sent directly to members of the WestCOG staff. You can use this printer-friendly comment form or contact WestCOG directly.