Help Shape the East Coast Greenway in Hartford Region

Get involved in the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) East Coast Greenway Study: “CRCOG has initiated a study to identify the preferred alignment of the East Coast Greenway through the last remaining 12-mile gap in the Capitol Region in Simsbury, Bloomfield, Hartford, and East Hartford. The East Coast Greenway is an off-road walking and biking route stretching 3,000 miles from Maine to Florida.”

The Study Area: “This study consists of two distinct gaps in a final trail alignment. The first gap runs between the western bound of the Tunxis Avenue and Day Hill Road intersection in Bloomfield and the eastern bound of the Simmons Road and Nutmeg Lane intersection on the Charter Oak Greenway in East Harford. The second gap is between the Farmington Canal Trail at the intersection of Route 10 and Route 315 (Tariffville Road) in Simsbury and Tariffville Connector trail between Tariffville and Bloomfield which is currently in construction and terminates at the intersection of Route 189 and Main Street. The Capitol Region East Coast Greenway Study will result in final preferred alignment and will include conceptual design. This will allow for segments to seamlessly progress into design and construction following the conclusion of this study.”

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