More than development. Norwalk redevelopment.


About the Initiative

Connectivity is an initiative of the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency, funded mainly through a capital budget allocation of the City of Norwalk.  The genesis and broad outlines of the Connectivity initiative are laid out on the home page, here.  There’s some additional historical information here.

About this Website

The Agency contracted with U.S. Daily Digital for this website.  It was designed to be compatible and consistent with the Agency’s main website.  The author for most of the content and all but a couple of these posts is me, Munro Johnson, Senior Development Project Manager for the Norwalk Redevelopment Agency.  I’ve worked for the Agency since February of 2003, and before that, for the City of Middletown, Connecticut.  Until July of 2010, I was also a resident of Norwalk, living in the Golden Hill neighborhood, uphill from SoNo.   If you notice anything wrong with the website, please get in touch with me.  Thanks for taking the time to engage with the issues affecting your community, and particularly for your interest in Connectivity.

About our Consultant

The consultant for Norwalk’s Connectivity Master Plan is Fitzgerald and Halliday, Inc. (FHI).  Their website is here:


FHI is no stranger to downtown Norwalk, having been involved at the inception of the circulator concept, later consulting on the SoNo Intermodal Facility Study.  They also have been involved with the Stamford Transportation Center Multimodal Service Study.

Contract For Services

Our original contract with the Berger Team is linked here.  As of December 2010, however, FHI has assumed the lead consulting role with the project under a Memorandum of Agreement, linked here.