The Corridor Management Plan is an update of a previous plan completed for the Byway in November 1998. It is a collaborative effort of the Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG), and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC). The project area includes a ½ mile buffer on each side of the Byway. The purpose of the development of a corridor management plan is to recognize, interpret, preserve, and promote the unique archeological, cultural, historic, natural, recreational and scenic resources of the Connecticut River Byway. The Plan documents and analyzes these six intrinsic qualities. It includes updated inventories of the Byway’s resources, issues of concern and recommended future actions.
All files are in PDF format.
- Credit Pages
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Scenic Resources
- Chapter 3 Natural Resources
- Chapter 4 Recreational Resources
- Chapter 5 Archaeological and Historical Resources
- Chapter 6 Transportation Resources
- Chapter 7 Community Planning
- Chapter 8 Tourism and Traveler Services
- Chapter 9 Economic Resources
- Chapter 10 Action Plan