NRG Thomaston to Torrington Routing Study

Where should the Naugatuck River Greenway (NRG) Trail be built between Torrington and Thomaston?

The NRG Trail Thomaston to Torrington Routing Study is underway providing information to help answer that question. Study partners are looking at all potential trail route options and existing conditions in the corridor, and talking to stakeholders and the public to help detemine a preferred route. The goal of the study is to identify a single preferred route for the NRG Trail through field investigation and public and stakeholder engagement, and to develop project phasing with cost estimates in preparation for future funding opportunities.

Explore Route Options and Existing Conditions

Explore the route options and scores section by section

by clicking below on the interactive Project Storymap 

The interactive Project Webmap allows users to see more

detail by turning on and off various data layers. 

 Project Cascade Storymap  Project Webmap

Review the Route Scoring Matrix

Route segments are being assessed in part using a safety and suitability scoring matrix.
 

Public Information Meetings

The project was presented to the public in a series of informational meetings in project communities.  Residents were encouraged to come hear about the project, review potential NRG trail routes, and offer feedback to the project team.  

Submit Comments

We welcome all constructive comments from the public to inform ths planning process. Please submit comments and concerns using the Comment Submission Form.
 

 

Review Other Project Documents

 

 

This study is being conducted by BSC Group in partnership with NVCOG, The Northwest Hills Council of Governments (NHCOG), the City of Torrington and the Towns of Litchfield, Harwinton and Thomaston.  The study is being funded by a Responsible Growth and Transit Oriented Development grant from the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management (OPM), supplemented by funding from CT DOT and FHWA.