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Class 1 Town Highway Reclassification Pilot Study, Case Study -US Route 2, Williston

6.4 MB
Year:
2024
Theme:
Corridor, Pilot Study, Transportation
Description:
The pilot study investigates the feasibility of reclassifying a State route as a Class 1 Town Highway  describing reclassification opportunities and constraints for the State and local municipalities.  This study investigated feasibility of reclassifying an approximately 1-mile section of Williston Road (US Route 2) in the Town of Williston, Vermont.  This section of US Route 2 was selected as a viable case study as it is located within a suburban context with diverse roadway features including traffic signals, bike lanes etc.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Regional, statewide, Williston

Cochran Road Temporary Speed Hump Location Technical Memo

855.8 kB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Traffic Calming
Description:
The Town of Richmond is interested in installing temporary speed humps on the western end of Cochran Rd as part of their traffic calming efforts. This memo provides recommendations on the location of speed humps based on field observation, roadway conditions, and professional guidance manuals.
Consultant:
DuBois & King Inc.
Geography:
Richmond

City Center Transportation Analysis

2.7 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Land Use, Modeling, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
As the City of South Burlington contemplates the phasing of anticipated development and long planned connections through the newly established City Center area, understanding the potential traffic redistribution and transportation infrastructure improvements that may be required is key to planning transportation in the area. An evaluation of the transportation implications of new development and new connector roadways within City Center was conducted to identify transportation infrastructure and investments necessary to support growth in City Center.
Consultant:
Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
South Burlington

Huntington Lower Village Supplemental Scoping Memo

23.7 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Intersection, Safety
Description:
This supplemental scoping memo builds upon the 2016 Huntington Lower Village Bicycle and Pedestrian Scoping Study conducted by DuBois & King. The prior study identified several alternatives to address the safety challenges in Huntington's Lower Village but did not result in a preferred alternative that could be moved forward. This supplemental scoping effort was initiated in 2019, was disrupted by the global pandemic in 2020, and was completed in June 2023 when the Huntington Selectboard endorsed a preferred alternative for improvements. This memo summarizes the supplemental scoping effort.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Huntington

East Charlotte Village Traffic Analysis Study – Appendices

7.5 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Safety, Speed, Traffic Calming
Description:
The purpose of this traffic study is to identify potential countermeasures intended to reduce vehicle speeds and increase safety by establishing a sense of place and creating a more comfortable environment for all modes of travel within the East Charlotte Village center. Appendices
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Charlotte

East Charlotte Village Traffic Analysis Study

1.9 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Safety, Speed, Traffic Calming
Description:
The purpose of this traffic study is to identify potential countermeasures intended to reduce vehicle speeds and increase safety by establishing a sense of place and creating a more comfortable environment for all modes of travel within the East Charlotte Village center. Alternatives were developed, evaluated, vetted through public forums and supported by the Town.  This study identified and provided an overview of the preferred alternatives inclusive of preliminary cost estimates, conceptual level designs and next steps for implementation.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Charlotte

Richmond Bridge Street Complete Streets Corridor Study

30.6 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Corridor
Description:
In collaboration with the CCRPC, the Town of Richmond, and the Richmond community, the Bridge Street Complete Streets Corridor Study was conducted to identify and prioritize multimodal improvements along the Bridge Street corridor.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Richmond

North Williston Road Traffic Calming Assessment

1.3 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Corridor, Traffic Calming
Description:
This traffic calming assessment evaluated the town's efforts to lower prevailing traffic speeds along North Williston Road. Many of the town's actions were born out of the North Williston Road Scoping Study (2018) which can also be found in our studies and reports database.
Consultant:
CCRPC Staff
Geography:
Williston

Underhill River Road Pavement Assessment – Technical Memorandum

12.5 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Geotechnical, Pavement, Paving, Paving Analysis
Description:
VHB has assessed the pavement condition along River Road in Underhill. River Road is a major collector extending from VT Route 15 to the west to Range Road to the east. The study area consists of the portion of the road in Underhill which extends from Park Street to Range Road. The existing physical infrastructure, natural and cultural resources, stormwater drainage issues within the study area have been noted. VHB’s subconsultant (Sanborn Head) has conducted geotechnical borings of the existing pavement.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Underhill

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