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Jericho: Bolger Hill Road Supplemental Study, May 2021

2.8 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Storm Water, Technical Assistance
Description:
The scope of the Bolger Hill Drainage Scoping project was to provide engineering services for the advancement to conceptual design (25%) of the Alternative #4 Design presented in the January 2020 Bolger Hill Road Drainage Alternatives Study. This project builds on that previous study that investigated drainage issues and evaluated improvement options for Bolger Hill Road in Jericho. A survey was conducted, and conceptual plans were drafted to more accurately develop a cost estimate for improvements to Bolger Hill Road. Further design aspects of the Bolger Hill Drainage Scoping project conceptual design are noted below. The Jericho Center Circle SW BMP Design project is not discussed further in this Design Narrative. The purpose of the project is to provide a roadway and drainage alternative that reduces the erosion that is currently occurring along Bolger Hill Road and to reduce the sediment accumulation at its intersection with Jericho Center Circle. 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 also like to improve the water quality in this area.
Consultant:
Hoyle - Tanner & Associates
Geography:
Jericho

2020/2021 Way to Go! School Challenge Final Report

2.5 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Schools, Transportation Demand Management
Description:
This report details the school-year focus on Vermont schools, the addition of new events and statewide challenge, and overall results of the 2020/2021 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, statewide

2019/2020 Way to Go! School Challenge Final Report

3.1 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Schools, Transportation Demand Management
Description:
This report details the school-year focus on Vermont schools and overall results of the 2019/2020 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, statewide

Riverside Village Sidewalk, Jericho

11.5 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Pedestrian, Sidewalk
Description:
The Riverside Village area of Jericho includes a mix of residential and business uses. Pedestrian improvements have been made along the west side Vermont Route 15, but the east side remains the missing link to safe pedestrian travel to destinations on the east side of the road. This study evaluates alternates for making this important connection.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Jericho

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

Tri-Town Area (Jericho, Underhill, Cambridge) Transit Feasibility Study

2.4 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
buses, GMT, microtransit, public transportation, Transit, Transportation, Transportation Demand Management
Description:
The three contiguous communities of Cambridge, Underhill, and Jericho are seeking to develop a comprehensive “alternative” transportation system (i.e. one that does not rely heavily on single-occupancy auto) to serve their residents. This area has come to be called the “Tri-Town” area. The purpose of this study is to examine the range of possibilities for accomplishing this including various modes and services, organizational and administrative structures, and funding. It is intended that the results be relevant not only to the Tri-Town area but also for other rural portions of the GMT region.
Consultant:
Steadman Hill
Geography:
Cambridge, Jericho, Underhill

Huntington Bridges and Culverts Maintenance Plan

41.1 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bridges and Culverts, Capital Improvement Plan
Description:
The Town of Huntington with assistance from the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) evaluated the current condition of Town bridges and culverts, and developed an infrastructure improvement plan.  The purpose of this plan is to develop a planning tool for the Town to maintain an overall satisfactory/or better transportation network by repairing, replacing or preserving infrastructure on a programmed schedule, and increase condition ratings of structures and to inform the annual municipal budget for bridges and culverts maintenance.
Consultant:
McFarland-Johnson
Geography:
Huntington

Making Carsharing Electric in Vermont

8.1 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Electric Vehicles, Transportation
Description:
This report details CarShare Vermont’s key findings and recommendations for effectively integrating electric vehicles (EVs) into shared fleets following a research-turned-pilot project. CCRPC funding supported research and planning, then CarShare Vermont self-funded a project to pilot our first EV with in-kind support from the Burlington Electric Department. The report provides more than 12 months of data about how the EV was used and by whom, its environmental impacts, and the financial and operational implications of converting to an electric fleet, as well as our recommendations for policies that will better support the integration of EVs into carsharing systems.
Consultant:
CarShare Vermont
Geography:
Burlington, Chittenden County

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

I-89 Exit 14 Alternative Transportation Crossing Supplemental Study

10.6 MB
Year:
2021
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
This study builds upon a previous study completed in May 2018, "I-89 Exit 14 Alternative Transportation Crossing Study", and provides a more detailed evaluation of the preferred alternative which is a new bike/pedestrian structure across I-89 near Exit 14.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
South Burlington