Highways & Roadways
Transportation Plan for Lower Route 202, 2015
WestCOG in conjunction with the Connecticut Department of Transportation and the Town of Brookfield identified the need for a comprehensive study of the Lower Route 202 corridor, which encompasses a 1.6-mile stretch from White Turkey Road to Route 133 in Brookfield. WestCOG contracted with Milone & MacBroom, Inc. to undertake this study and ultimately develop a Transportation Plan for Lower Route 202.
Long Ridge – High Ridge Corridors Study, 2015
This final report of the Long Ridge Road – High Ridge Road Corridors Study summarizes two years of coordinated planning efforts by many Stamford residents, business owners, elected officials, municipal officials, advocacy groups, and state agency representatives. The study was led by the City of Stamford and guided by a Technical Advisory Group (TAG).
Route 1 Greenwich-Stamford Study, 2012
The purpose of this study is to develop a plan to improve traffic operations and safety, improve pedestrian friendliness, manage access, minimize congestion, accommodate transit, and enhance the corridor’s economic potential and community character.
- Final Report Volume 1
- Volume 1 Appendix
- Final Report Volume 2
- Volume 2 Appendix
- Final Report Volume 3
- Volume 3 Appendix
Route 7 Corridor Assessment and Implementation Plan, 2012
This study will develop a phased implementation improvement plan for the Route 7 corridor from the vicinity of Route 7 Expressway and Route 123 (Norwalk) to Route 7 and Wolfpit Road (Wilton). This project is being undertaken because the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) determined in 2009 that funding for two longstanding priority projects is not available. This study will address multi-modal operational and safety needs in the corridor that are not currently being pursued in any active planning, design or funded programs.
- Draft Existing Conditions Report
- Draft Route 7 Corridor Assessment and Concept Development Report
- Project Area Map
- Existing Conditions Evaluation Matrix
Bethel Routes 6, 53, 58, and 302 Curb Cut Management Plan, 2012
Route 7 Transportation and Land Use Study, 2011
A guide to future transportation investments on the existing roadway, accompanied by land use recommendations for adjacent development. This transportation study was conducted by HVCEO in cooperation with SWRPA.
- Recommended Transportation and Land Use Plan
- Appendix A – Transit Oriented Development Potential
- Appendix B – Traffic Analysis
- Appendix C – Implementation Resources
- Appendix D – Order of Magnitude Cost Estimates
- Project Website
Route 7 Driveway Management Plans for Danbury, Redding, and Ridgefield, 2011
Transportation Plan for Newtown Road (Route 806) in Danbury, 2011
Curb-Cut and Access Management Plan Route 6, Portions of Route 25, and Church Hill Road Newtown, CT, 2010
I-84 Toll Plaza Impact Study, 2009
New Milford Routes 7 and 202 Access Management Plan, 2009
This important traffic safety planning tool is an update of the HVCEO driveway management plan adopted in 1997 by the New Milford Zoning Commission. This update was approved as a standard within the New Milford Zoning Regulations.
Danbury Hospital “H” Emergency Sign Plan, 2008
An update of the 1991 regional sign plan to identify best ambulance routes, sign attrition, locations for new signs, costs and responsibilities. In 2007 Danbury installed the H signs recommended by this plan.
Danbury Hospital and WCSU Traffic Plan, 2007
Queen Street Area Traffic Improvement Plan Newtown, CT, 2006