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Susie Wilson Road Corridor Improvement Plan and Financing Option

5 MB
Year:
2010
Theme:
Infrastructure, Lighting, Transportation
Description:
The studies provided very useful information on which to base future policy and fees and greatly helped to provide the basis for installation of the LED lighting under the ARRA Energy Grant.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects, Michael J. Munson PhD FAICP, Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Essex

Huntington Traffic Calming Plan

1.7 MB
Year:
2008
Theme:
Safety, Speed, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
The Town of Huntington is concerned about the high speeds of traffic through the village centers of Lower Village and Huntington Center, and has approached the Chittenden County Metropolitan Organization (CCMPO) for technical assistance on this issue. This report describes a plan of traffic calming strategies that can be implemented over time to achieve the desired reductions in travel speeds. “Traffic Calming” is a set of traffic engineering strategies that through a variety of mechanisms result in lower traffic speeds. A brief introduction to traffic calming is attached to this report.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects, ORW Landscape Architects and Planners, Smart Mobility Inc.
Geography:
Huntington

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report

309.8 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 1

922.3 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 3

3.4 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 4

198.1 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Jericho

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 5

101.6 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Richmond Village Parking Study: Final Report Appendix 6

50.3 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The City of Burlington has a lively downtown with the picturesque University of Vermont at the top of the hill. A variety of pedestrian connections with sidewalks and alleyways exist between the University and the central business district. However, the central business district and its neighborhoods to the north are physically separated from the waterfront by a steep escarpment north of College Street. The purpose of this study is to begin to re-integrate the city with its waterfront through pedestrian connections.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects
Geography:
Burlington, Richmond

Burlington Waterfront Infrastructure Study

3.5 MB
Year:
1993
Theme:
Infrastructure, Parking, Transportation
Description:
This study is prepared to provide technical supporting data for conceptual infrastructure improvements (i.e. water sewer, storm drainage, roadways, utlilities, parking) for the downtown Burlington Waterfront. This study supercedes the infrastructure study prepared in 1988. This study has evaluated the existing infrastructure and determined what improvements are necessary to meet the needs of the project. A phasing plan is proposed that will utilize the city planned infrastructure upgrades and a public/private partnership to help apportion costs for the proposed developments.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects, Stan Clauson Associates Planners, Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Burlington

Burlington Waterfront Park Traffic Study

756 kB
Year:
1993
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Infrastructure, Rail, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
The Act 250 permit approval for the Burlington Waterfront Park requires that a traffic study be completed to assess the conditions at the College Street railroad crossing. This study documents the summer of 1993 pedestrian and vehicular traffic counts as well as a five year projection of pedestrian and vehicular volumes at the crossing locations. The focus of the study is to evaluate the safety of the College Street railroad crossing.
Consultant:
Dunn Associates Landscape Architects, Stan Clauson Associates Planners, Vanasse Hangen & Brustlin Inc.
Geography:
Burlington