Western Connecticut Council of Governments

Study Overview

The Norwalk Route 1 Corridor Master Plan Study for Connecticut Avenue & Van Buren Avenue aims to provide short-term recommendations on enhancing mobility, safety, and accessibility on the corridor. Recommendations will center on projects that can be quickly implemented and directly address current and projected transportation needs, alleviate crashes and congestion, produce opportunities for complete streets and green mobility use, and develop design-centered frameworks on creating vibrant and aesthetic community infrastructure. This study will also identify long-term solutions for the corridor to be addressed within 25 years.

The study focuses on a 2.9-mile corridor on US Route 1 (Connecticut Avenue & Van Buren Avenue) and the parallel roads on Flax Hill Avenue and West Cedar Street in Norwalk, Connecticut.

For more information, contact Nicole Sullivan at nsullivan@westcog.org.

Project Advisory Committee

The PAC consists of representatives from the City of Norwalk, WestCOG, Norwalk Transit District, and CTDOT.

Norwalk Rt 1 Corridor Master Plan Study PAC Summary

Norwalk Rt 1 Corridor Master Plan Study Vision and Goals

Public Engagement

Engagement is a crucial element of this study that will guide how the Route 1 Corridor will evolve to meet existing and future mobility needs and realize the City’s vision. Stay tuned to learn about future opportunities to learn more and provide your feedback. Register for updates by clicking on the Registration button below.

For language assistance or other accommodations, contact Western Connecticut Council of Governments at least five business days prior to the meeting at help@westcog.org