Long-Range Transportation Plans
Air Quality conformity draft will be posted here soon. Please check back in the near future.
SWRMPO and HVMPO Draft LRTP will be posted here soon. Please check back in the near future.
HVMPO Legal Notice can be found here.
SWRMPO Legal Notice can be found here.
If you’re looking for the 2018 LRTP listening session schedule, click here.
2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan for the Housatonic Valley Region, 2015
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.
South Western Region Long Range Transportation Plan, 2015
Going Forward – The Plan to Maintain & Improve Mobility
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.
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.