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This public survey is being conducted on behalf of the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) and the Town of Canton for a section of the US-44 Corridor and adjacent area. The Study supports the Town of Canton's efforts to provide streets that are safe and accessible for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit users of all ages and abilities. The Study goals include evaluating the US-44 and Dowd Avenue corridors to improve mobility for motorists and freight through the area under its future build-out as a high-density, mixed-use village. It also includes reviewing safety improvements to extend the Farmington River Rail Trail and how best to provide safe reliable access for people walking and biking to employment,  education, and healthcare in the area. 
The primary purpose of this effort is to investigate and evaluate current transportation infrastructure deficiencies including bicycle and pedestrian options and transit, along a portion of US-44 as well as adjacent roadways in the Town of Canton, as shown on the above map, and develop a recommendation plan to address those deficiencies. The study also includes a portion of Dowd Avenue (State Route 565), from Canton Hollow to US-44. The study will evaluate safety improvements to accommodate a proposed East-West extension of the existing active transportation route (the Farmington River Rail Trail) and determine the best location of a trail crossing on US-44.  
All feedback will assist the Study Team in the development of alternatives to improve the Town of Canton and to make it more livable, vital, and accessible for all people. Thank you for your participation!
It is expected that this survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete.
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