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Allen Brook Large Culvert Assessment Study

6.5 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
Storm Water, Water Quality
Description:
This project extensively conducted culvert assessment on all large culverts (more than 5 ft) within the Allen Brook watershed in Williston.  The study focused on evaluating existing conditions of all six large culverts; four on Talcott Road (2 doubles), one on South Ridge Road and one on Old Stage Road, identifying regulations and permitting processes that may required for future culvert replacement/improvement and develop a long-term implementation plan including prioritizing, conceptual plans and cost estimates that will be included in the Town's Capital Improvement Plan.
Consultant:
Stone Environmental
Geography:
Williston

Colchester Avenue/Riverside Avenue Scoping Report

35.4 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Intersection, Safety, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
This is a scoping report for the intersections of Colchester Avenue, Riverside Avenue, Barrett Street, and Mill Street located in Burlington. It was conducted and coordinated with a separate scoping study of the adjacent Winooski River Bridge.
Consultant:
Hartgen Archaeological Associates, MTJ Roundabout Engineering, Stantec
Geography:
Burlington

I-89 Exit 12 Transportation Improvement District (TID)

3.3 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
Impact Fees, Municipal Planning, Transportation
Description:
The CCRPC worked alongside the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and the Town of Williston to evaluate the feasibility of creating a Transportation Improvement District (TID) at the Exit 12/Taft Corners area in Williston, VT. In 2014, the Vermont General Assembly passed Act 145 (H.740) which establishes a Transportation Impact Fee that may be required by an Agency of Natural Resources District Environmental Commission (DEC) or by VTrans to help pay for transportation improvements that directly benefit proposed or future developments. One mechanism by which Transportation Impact Fees can be assessed is through a TID. RSG was retained by CCRPC to analyze and evaluate the potential TID in this area and identify a pathway toward implementation.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Williston

Skunk Hollow Road and VT 117 Intersection Scoping Study

6 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Intersection, Safety
Description:
The purpose of this study was to identify a preferred design alternative which addresses safety and mobility concerns at the Skunk Hollow Road and VT 117 intersection.  This study arrived at a preferred alternative through the traditional scoping process and selected a municipally-preferred design.
Consultant:
Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Jericho

Richmond Stormwater Master Plan

38.9 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Stormwater, Water Quality
Description:
Within this Plan, localized stormwater problems are examined at a larger scale (e.g., throughout the village core) to determine their relative contributions and aid in setting priorities for addressing challenges related to stormwater runoff. As adjoining municipalities also take increasingly comprehensive views of stormwater management issues and planning, these plans are one-stop resources that can improve coordination and increase opportunities for collaboration in meeting watershed-related needs across political boundaries.
Consultant:
Stone Environmental
Geography:
Richmond

Intervale Road Bicycle and Pedestrian Access Feasibility Study

2.3 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Safety
Description:
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), the City of Burlington, and project stakeholders collaborated on a study to identify a preferred approach for improving accessibility and safety for pedestrians and cyclists along Intervale Road in Burlington, Vermont.
Consultant:
Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Burlington

North Williston Road Scoping Study

20.8 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Corridor, Infrastructure, Traffic Calming, Transportation
Description:

This scoping study identified and evaluated roadway cross section and traffic calming alternatives along North Williston Road from US Route 2 north to the Winooski River. It did not examine alternatives at intersections along the corridor as all major intersections were subjects of previous scoping studies.  A related document that came out of this study was the reanalysis of a multi-way stop control at the intersection of North Williston Road and Mountain View Road. This can be found in Appendix C and is also available as a stand-alone document in our Studies and Reports Database.

Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Williston

North Williston Rd/Mountain View Rd Multi-Way Stop Warrant Analysis

186.9 kB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Traffic, Transportation
Description:
This analysis evaluated the MUTCD guidance, commonly referred to as warrants, as it pertains to the installation of multi-way stop control at the intersection of North Williston Road and Mountain View Road. It can also be found as an appendix to the North Williston Road Scoping Study.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Williston

2017 Way to Go! School Challenge Final Report

23 MB
Year:
2018
Theme:
Transportation Demand Management
Description:
This report details the first-time focus on Vermont schools and overall results of the 2017 Way to Go! program, outreach and marketing efforts, program results and winners, challenges to changing transportation behaviors, and lessons to consider.
Consultant:
Place Creative Company
Geography:
Chittenden County, State