The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) is inviting municipalities to submit proposals for Transportation Improvement Projects for funding under the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP). Please visit LOTCIP RFP page for details.

The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) is seeking assistance with the development of Route 44 Corridor Study, Canton. An RFQ including a preliminary scope of work, minimum firm requirements, and submission instructions may be found here. Questions should be directed in writing to the CRCOG staff indicated in the RFQ. Statements of qualifications must […]

Please participate in our survey to provide your feedback on transportation priorities for the Capitol Region! Complete the survey for a chance to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card! English           Espanol           Polski   CRCOG is in the process of updating the Capitol Region’s Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). […]

CRCOG is inviting eligible municipalities to submit proposals for Transportation Improvement Projects for potential funding under the Transportation Rural Improvement Program (TRIP). Projects can be located on all roadway types, including local roads, provided they fall within a rural area according to CTDOT’s Functional Classification database. This does not include proposed sidewalks or multi-use trails […]

  The Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP) provides State funds to urbanized area municipal governments in lieu of otherwise available Federal transportation funds. Since its inception in 2013 through June 30, 2022, over $70 million in LOTCIP funds have been expended on 49 projects within the CRCOG region. In addition, there are approximately 75 projects in […]

  When it comes to preparing a regional all-hazards public safety response, Regional Coordination Centers (RCC) are essential in helping to provide a 24/7 interagency support structure. CRCOG’s Capitol Region Emergency Planning Council (CREPC) has established an RCC in the Town of Manchester, the operational component responsible for coordinating support and resources during a large-scale […]

Effective April 30, CRCOG will close the Sustainable Region’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. New content from these accounts will appear on CRCOG’s social media channels (Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter). We encourage you to join our CRCOG social media accounts. We hope to see you on our CRCOG accounts soon!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Hartford, CT, Dec. 21, 2021 – Today, the Capitol Region Council of Governments at a special meeting of its Policy Board appointed Matt Hart as their new Executive Director. Mr. Hart will bring extensive experience in municipal government and strategic leadership to the organization.  “Matt Hart has been an effective, and well-known leader from municipal government from the Hartford […]