APA Connecticut Chapter


Thursday, October 25, 2018
1 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. EDT

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The Connecticut Trail Census (CTTC) is a statewide volunteer-based data collection program
on 15 multi-use trails in urban and rural communities in the state. The program, implemented in
2016, now has one full year of trail use data and plans for development and expansion! In
addition to detailing the inspiration for, development of, and lessons learned from the pilot year
of the program, this presentation will provide an overview of the 2017 data and will especially
focus on trail user demographics and how this data may be used in discussions relating to
social equality in access and use of the state’s trails and their many potential benefits.


Kristina Kelly

Kristina Kelly was hired as the part-time Statewide Coordinator for the Connecticut Trail Census during the pilot year. She holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology and is currently working on a Master of Science in Geography and Sustainability at CCSU. Prior to working with trails, she completed an internship with ... Read More

Contact Info

Kristina Kelly, cttrailcensus@gmail.com