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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 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, VT School – Safe Routes to School

339.2 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Safety, Schools
Description:
This Memorandum presents the concept design for the short-term Safe Routes to School (SR2S) reccomendations at the Camel's Hump Middle School in Richmond, Vermont
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Richmond

Camels Hump Middle School Middle School ~ Short-Term Design Recommendations

5.4 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Infrastructure, Safety, Schools, Technical Assistance, Transportation
Description:
The Camels Hump Middle School participated in the CCMPO Safe Routes to School pilot program in 2005. A significant amount of planning was done during the pilot program that outlined several goals and concepts for infrastructure improvements adjacent to the access to the school along Jericho Road. The pilot program developed a plan dated November 2005 that outlined several potential projects that would improve the visibility and significance of the area.
Consultant:
(none)
Geography:
Richmond

Huntington Road Alternatives Analysis

2.2 MB
Year:
1997
Theme:
Infrastructure, Pavement, Technical Assistance, Transportation
Description:
The purpose of this study is to assess alternative strategies for the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of Huntington Road in the Town of Richmond, Vennont. This study has been perfonned by the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organization (CCMPO) as part of its technical assistance program at the request of the Richmond Selectboard with assistance from the Chittenden County Regional Planing Commission (CCRPC). The study area includes all of Huntington Road from Richmond Village to the Huntington town line
Consultant:
(none)
Geography:
Richmond

Richmond Traffic Network Analysis & Plan for Implementation (Richmond Transportation Planning Study)

2.5 MB
Year:
1992
Theme:
Modeling, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
This report describes work completed for the Town of Richmond Traffic Network Analysis and Plan for Implementation. The purpose of this project is to provide Richmond with a highway plan and set of implementation procedures which effectively respond to current and future concerns.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Richmond