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Queen City Park Road – Austin Drive Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections Scoping Study

7.2 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), in association with the Cities of South Burlington and Burlington, initiated a scoping study for a bicycle and pedestrian connection between the Lindenwood Drive intersection on US Route 7 in South Burlington, along Queen City Park Road and Austin Drive, to the Burlington Waterfront Greenway, commonly called the Burlington Bike Path.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
Burlington, South Burlington

Potash Brook Path Crossing Feasibility Study

18.1 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
This study evaluates bicycle and pedestrian options for crossing Potash Brook adjacent to Kimball Avenue in South Burlington, Vermont.
Consultant:
DuBois & King Inc.
Geography:
South Burlington

Richmond Road Pedestrian and Bicycle Scoping Study — Cost Update and Segments

283.1 kB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Bike/Ped
Description:
This project was an update to the 2017 evaluation and preferred alternative selection on ways to improve walking and cycling along this 1.7 mile corridor in Hinesburg. For this update the consultant identified how to break the path into segments with cost estimates for each as a way for the Town to seek design/construction funding.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
Hinesburg

Swift and Spear Street Intersection Feasibility Study

10.3 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Intersection, Safety
Description:
This project explored feasible options to improve walking, bicycling, and driving through the Swift and Spear Street intersection in  South Burlington.  This study considered four feasible alternatives, including a roundabout, to improve safety and function of the Swift and Spear St. intersection.
Consultant:
DuBois and King Inc.
Geography:
South Burlington

Exit 17 Park and Ride: Colchester, VT Supplemental Scope Report

2.4 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Park and Ride
Description:
This study served as a supplemental scoping evaluation to the Grand Isle County Park & Ride Scoping Study completed by the Northwest RPC and VTrans. The evaluation focused on a traffic and safety analyses of a potential state-owned and operated Park & Ride site at Jasper Mine Road in Colchester (Exit 17). The study also included coordination with Colchester and Milton on this potential Park & Ride.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Colchester

Essex Tanglewood Drive Stormwater/Bicycle/Pedestrian Improvements Study

9.1 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Infrastructure, Stormwater
Description:
Tanglewood Drive, between Cindy Lane and Woodlawn Drive, is a relatively low-volume car-oriented street in the Town of Essex with no accommodations for bicycles and pedestrians. There is also recurring problems with the outlet to the closed drainage system that has resulted in significant erosion near the outlet adjacent to Fern Hollow Road. This study developed alternatives to address the stormwater issues and offer improvements for walking and biking. A preferred alternative was approved by the Essex Selectboard in September 2021.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Essex

Colchester Avenue: Bikeways, Parking, and Intersection Safety

13.2 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Intersection, Safety
Description:
The Colchester Avenue: Bikeways, Parking, and Intersection Safety Study was conducted in coordination with the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, City of Burlington, and an Advisory Committee consisting of community stakeholders. Public meetings and targeted outreach were also conducted to gather input from residents, property owners, and business owners along the corridor. The goal of this study was to identify transformational, long-term improvements along the Colchester Avenue corridor and at the intersection of Colchester Avenue and East Avenue that re-envisions the multimodal gateway corridor following years of incremental change outlined in previous planning and design efforts. The study focused on consistent, multimodal improvements for the one-mile long corridor from the connection with Pearl Street at the intersection of North and South Prospect Streets, east to the Greenmount Cemetery, then north to Barrett Street and the Winooski River crossing. In addition, the study pursued safety improvements for the intersection of Colchester Avenue and East Avenue.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Burlington