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Regional Development Corridors Map
A plan is being created to improve travel options in the region, from bike and walking paths to buses and train connections. By strengthening the region’s transportation network through improvements to transit links between communities, neighborhoods will benefit.
GBT Transit Plan | Posted 3/23/16
The Regional Transit Oriented Development Pilot Program will craft a series of strategies to link commuter rail stations in Bridgeport, Stratford and Fairfield, their surrounding neighborhoods and regional employment centers through a robust and convenient public transit system.
By improving public transit service between communities within key travel corridors, surrounding neighborhoods will benefit and gain subsequent increases in economic activity, better housing and living options, more walkable neighborhoods and improved health.
The Regional Transit Oriented Development Pilot Program will be composed of the following projects:
A public meeting was held on April 24, 2014 in downtown Bridgeport.
A public meeting was held on November 18, 2014 in downtown Bridgeport.
Public meetings were held at Housatonic Community College and the Ralphola Taylor Community Center YMCA in Bridgeport.