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Winooski Avenue Transportation Study – Appendix

25.1 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
complete streets, Corridor, multimodal, scoping, Transportation
Description:
The Winooski Avenue Transportation Study supports the City of Burlington’s efforts to create multimodal Complete Streets throughout the City. The two-mile corridor from Riverside Avenue at the north end to Howard Street/Saint Paul Street to the south runs through the center of Burlington and provides mobility to and from the City and access to homes, shopping, and employment. This study identifies ways to address safety challenges, maintain a high level of multimodal mobility, and support community and economic development aspirations as set forth by the planBTV comprehensive plan for the City of Burlington.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Burlington

Winooski Avenue Transportation Study – Report

75.8 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
complete streets, Corridor, multimodal, scoping, Transportation
Description:
The Winooski Avenue Transportation Study supports the City of Burlington’s efforts to create multimodal Complete Streets throughout the City. The two-mile corridor from Riverside Avenue at the north end to Howard Street/Saint Paul Street to the south runs through the center of Burlington and provides mobility to and from the City and access to homes, shopping, and employment. This study identifies ways to address safety challenges, maintain a high level of multimodal mobility, and support community and economic development aspirations as set forth by the planBTV comprehensive plan for the City of Burlington.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Burlington

Lake Street Pedestrian Streetscape and Stormwater Feasibility Study

10 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
Bike/Ped, Bike/Pedestrian, Stormwater
Description:
Lake Street in Burlington is a shared use street that connects the City core to the northern waterfront. There are two mid-block pedestrian crossings on this segment. The road is landscaped with street trees and granite blocks. Stormwater runoff sheet flows across the road from east to west. Runoff from nearby properties drains over Lake Street at the driveway intersections. Most of the stormwater sheet flows into small swales or ponds in the nearest low spot. The City with funding from the CCRPC studied possible pedestrian, streetscape and stormwater improvements for Lake Street in the project area.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Burlington

Packard Road and Raceway Road Paving Analysis Study

4.3 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
Pavement, Paving Analysis
Description:
The purpose of the study is to perform a planning level analysis for the concept of paving two existing gravel surface roads; Packard Road and Raceway Road in Jericho, and develop a strategic phased paving plan to incorporate in the Town's annual budget and planning.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Jericho

Chittenden County Bus Commuter Ridership Pilot Project

1.3 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
GMT, public transportation, Ridership, Transit, UVM
Description:
Building off of the GMT Route 116 Bus Ridership Pilot Project in 2018-2019 , the Chittenden County Bus Commuter Ridership Pilot Project aimed to increase ridership in the County, specifically targeting commuters living and working in towns served by the county’s bus provider, Green Mountain Transit.
Consultant:
UVM
Geography:
Chittenden County

East Allen Street Gateway Enhancements Scoping Study

8.7 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Corridor, Infrastructure, Intersection, Safety, Traffic
Description:
The East Allen Street Gateway Enhancements Scoping Study examines the East Allen Street (Vermont Route 15) corridor from the Winooski Circulator east through the I-89 interchange to Roland Court to identify a suite of transportation and streetscape recommendations that improve safety and enhance accommodations for all modes along this important gateway into Winooski.
Consultant:
Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Winooski

Bolger Hill Road, Jericho: Drainage Alternatives Study

9.4 MB
Year:
2020
Theme:
Storm Water, Stormwater
Description:
In accordance with the agreement between the Town of Jericho, the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), and Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc., this Scoping Study - Technical Memo (Study) has been prepared to investigate four (4) alternatives for roadway drainage and erosion solutions for Bolger Hill Road within the existing roadway ROW and Town parcels. As this is a technical study, no public meeting was held, however the following general purpose and need statements has been developed based on our meeting with Town and CCRPC Staff.Purpose: The purpose for this Study is to provide roadway and drainage alternatives to reduce the erosion that is currently occurring along Bolger Hill Road and to reduce the sediment accumulation at its intersection with Jericho Center Circle. Need: The need for the project is to reduce the gravel, which comes from Bolger Hill Road, that gets washed into the Town Green and abutters properties after large storm events. The Town would like to improve the water quality in this area through the construction of Best Management Practices (BMPs) within this project.
Consultant:
Hoyle - Tanner & Associates
Geography:
Jericho

Lake Iroquois Recreation District, Williston: Beebe Lane Drainage Improvements, Final Design and Cost Estimate

4.1 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
Infrastructure, Storm Water, Stormwater
Description:
This project developed Final Design Plans and a Cost Estimate for road and drainage improvements for Beebe Lane located within lands managed by the Lake Iroquois Recreation District within the Town of Williston.
Consultant:
KAS
Geography:
Williston

Williston Traffic Signal System Assessment Study

8.3 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
ITS, Traffic Signal
Description:
This study evaluated traffic signal systems for four intersections along Marshall Avenue in Williston with respect to condition and compliance with current state and federal design standards.  Recommended high-priority, medium-priority and low-priority improvements were identified including probable upgrade cost estimates depending on the existing conditions and functionality of the current signals system.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Williston

South Burlington Bike and Pedestrian Feasibility Study – Appendices

66.5 MB
Year:
2019
Theme:
Bike/Ped
Description:
The CCRPC and the City of South Burlington initiated this scoping study to analyze and evaluate the feasibility of additional sidewalk and shared use paths at four (4) proposed study site locations:Spear Street from UVM George D. Aiken Forestry Sciences Laboratory to the town line of Shelburne, Vermont (2.6 miles); Hinesburg Road from Williston Road to Kennedy Drive (1 mile); Allen Road from Baycrest Drive to Shelburne Road, Harbor View Road from Shelburne Road to Baycrest Drive; and Baycrest Drive from Harbor View Road to Allen Road ( 1.3 miles); Fayette Drive from Queen City Park Road to Shelburne Road (4,500 feet, to be determined by alternative).This report analyzes and evaluates existing conditions, provides conceptual alternatives, and tabulates opinions of probable construction costs. Preferred concept alternatives as identified with the Project Steering Committee (PSC), through the public participation and outreach during the scoping study process, are highlighted within this scoping study.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
South Burlington