Map of MetroCog Region

Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments

Over the past five years, the Connecticut Metopolitan Council of Governments has transformed from a provider of discrete transportation and land use planning services to an organization guided by a cooperative partnership between the Region’s six member municipalities: Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull.

Today, we work with our municipal partners to identify a range of projects, funding opportunities and best practices that are strategic to achieving our shared vision for the Region. While we continue to provide high quality transportation and land use planning services, we have integrated conservation planning, brownfields assessment and remediation, economic development and planning for natural hazard mitigation with our core disciplines. The development of a Regional Geographic Information System and our success in securing a variety of discretionary grant funds have further supported this growth.

Our member municipalities are committed to a cooperative and proactive partnership that strengthens our region, home to the state’s most populous city as well as key transportation connections to metropolitan areas throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts. Our members’ have collaborated in identifying a new name that better reflects the strengths and assets of the region as a key economic center: Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments, or MetroCog.

Draft Plan of Conservation and Development


NOTICE
is hereby given that the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO) has developed drafts of the Public Participation Plan and the Title VI Program and Limited English Proficiency Plan for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning regions. The Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (”MetroCOG”) serves as the host agency of the GBVMPO.

View PDF of the Executive Summary of the Long Range Transportation Plan 2011-2012 Public Particpation Plan Update

View PDF of the Executive Summary of the Long Range Transportation Plan 2011-2012 Title VI & LEP Plan

AVISO por este medio es dado que la Organización de Planificación Metropolitana del Gran Valle de Bridgeport (GBVMPO, pos sus siglas en inglés) ha desarrollado borradores del Plan de Participación Pública, el Programa de Título VI y el Plan de Dominio Limitado de Inglés para las regiones de planificación de Bridgeport Mayor y el Valle. El Consejo de Gobiernos Metropolitanos de Connecticut ("MetroCOG," por sus siglas en inglés) sirve como agencia anfitriona de la GBVMPO.

View PDF of the Executive Summary of the Long Range Transportation Plan 2011-2012 Plan de  Participación Pública

View PDF of the Executive Summary of the Long Range Transportation Plan 2011-2012 Programa de Título VI y Plan de Dominio Limitado del Inglés

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