SHELTON-The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments rescheduled the general public discussion board on transportation points confronting Valley cities.
The discussion board scheduled to happen Nov. sixteen at metropolis corridor will now be carried out Dec. thirteen from 6 p.m. to eight p.m.
The boards will embrace dialogue on “implementing various transportation modes inside the Route eight and Waterbury department rail line corridors,” stated Rick Dunne, NVCOG’s government director.
The challenge’s objectives embrace figuring out new, enhanced and alternate public transit amenities and providers, together with native bus service, bus speedy transit routes and commuter rail, which can assist rework city facilities into excessive-density communities with entry to environment friendly and top quality transit providers. It additionally hopes to facilitate and encourage use of enhanced transit providers; transit connectivity and reliability. The top end result hopes to implement a plan for incentivizing transit oriented and supported developments within the decrease Naugatuck Valley Area.