Archives for May 2016

CT Statewide Transportation Study

This spring, the Connecticut Department of Transportation and UCONN’s Connecticut Transportation Institute are conducting the Connecticut Statewide Transportation Study. The study asks about residents’ daily travel activity to better understand transportation needs in communities across the state. Your input is very important as it will help plan the future of transportation infrastructure in Connecticut.

If you receive an invitation in the mail, please visit: or call the toll free number: 844-872-2562 to participate.

To learn more about the study or to volunteer to participate, please visit

SNEAPA 2016 Call for Proposals Due Friday!


Call for Session Proposals

Proposal Submittal Deadline: May 6, 2016


October 20-21

DCU Center, Worcester, MA

View the Call for Sessions

We encourage you to participate in the 2016 Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) conference at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts by organizing a conference session.


Engage * Plan * Grow

Cultivating Great Communities

The 2016 SNEAPA Conference will explore our region’s relationship with agriculture and development, focusing on how municipalities and organizations engage stakeholders to bring the farm to the table, cultivate the urban/rural relationship, and continue to grow strong communities within the Southern New England region. We seek sessions that will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills necessary to be influential advocates for their communities and ensure that the practice of planning remains progressive, innovative, and engaging. Join us at the 2016 SNEAPA Conference to meet with fellow planners and share your ideas on how to reach this goal!

The SNEAPA conference draws 500+/- planners, architects, landscape architects and other related professionals. SNEAPA represents an opportunity to remain current in professional knowledge and skills essential to planners and for certified planners to earn CM credits. Session selection is highly competitive and we encourage creative sessions with hands-on learning.

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