Stuff you should read

All the pertinent information you need is on the NVCOG website. Pay close attention to the appendices especially Reports of Meetings and Public Survey Comments.

NRG Thomaston to Torrington Routing Feasibility Study
February 11, 2020

NRG Torrington to Thomaston Study – Stakeholder Meeting
November 29, 2018

NRG – Presentation to the US Army Corp of Engineers
September 28, 2018

The American Motorcyclist Association’s Guide on How to Communicate with Government

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. John p Brousseau February 17, 2019 @ 8:38 am

    Very sad news. Riding on the trails with my sons is a life time memory. I hope we can continue riding there. It’s a bond of family memories.

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  2. I have been riding at Thomaston Dam since late 2016. Thanks to the Army Corps of Engineers and the Pathfinders Motorcycle club, it is the only public place available to ride a registered trail bike in Connecticut.

    It has been a great recreation area for learning the sport and fortunately for me also close by. Hundreds of trail users would be displaced if a walking path were to encroach on the enduro loop trails.
    Where will riders go if the trail is lost? Almost every rail to trail walking system in the state is only utilized in or near the city centers. The actual distances between towns are rarely used. Aren’t there walking trails everywhere near Thomaston, including park systems?

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