East Coast Greenway and River Front Trails

APA Connecticut Chapter


Monday, November 19, 2018, 6 p.m.
Monday, November 19, 2018, 7:30 p.m. EST

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Connecticut has seen many multi-use trail projects in recent years.  This session will focus on those that connect people to things (jobs, town centers, urban areas, etc).  We'll look at current gaps and next steps to close those gaps.


Bruce Donald

Bruce leads greenway advocacy efforts in the 350-mile tri-state (CT, NY & NJ) region. Previously he served as president of the nonprofit Farmington Valley Trails Council for 13 years. He is also a past chairman of the Connecticut Committee of the East Coast Greenway Alliance. In 2014, Bruce was appointed Chairman ... Read More

Phil Goff

Phil has 20 years of urban design, pedestrian and bicycle facility planning experience. As manager of Alta’s Cambridge office and New England planning leader, he uses his planning, design and advocacy background to manage master-planning, trail-feasibility and roadway-corridor projects for states, regions, cities and towns large and small. Read More

Sandra Fry

Sandy, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Hartford, is a civil engineer by training and a registered professional engineer (in the state of Pennsylvania) who has spent most of her career in the field of transportation planning. As a bicyclist and someone who enjoys a good walk ... Read More

Todd Andrews

Todd Andrews has been with Goodwin College since 2005, where he serves on the President’s Cabinet. He is an integral part of the campus master planning and execution team, and oversees new business development opportunities, community and government relations, and magnet school initiatives at the College. Prior to Goodwin ... Read More

Laura Brown

Laura Brown is an Associate Extension Professor, Community & Economic Development Educator with the University of Connecticut Department of Extension and Certified Economic Developer (CEcD). Laura conducts applied research and educational programs that build community capacity and help community leaders make informed decisions. Her work focuses on asset based community and ... Read More

Contact Info

Bruce Donald, bruce@greenway.org