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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

Bolton Municipal Pavement Evaluation

6.4 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Capital Improvement Plan, Pavement, Pavement Management
Description:
The scope of this project included development of a Pavement Management System (PMS) including the road inventory, condition assessment, associated database to analyze paved roads owned by the Town.  The study developed cost-effective repair strategies for the Town's commitment to a long-term capital improvement plan and assist in developing Town's road maintenance and capital budgets.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Bolton

Williston Housing Needs Summary 2022

7.2 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Housing
Description:
CCRPC assisted the Town of Williston and Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) in conducting a Housing Needs Assessment to help define goals for housing development across all parts of housing market and recommend housing-supportive bylaw changes.
Consultant:
Vermont Housing Finance Agency
Geography:
Williston

Vermont Route 116 Crosswalk Scoping Study

19.1 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Bike and Ped, Bike/Ped, Sidewalk
Description:
This study investigates potential crosswalk improvements at three locations along the Vermont Route 116 corridor in Hinesburg. The purpose of the study was to review two existing crosswalks and evaluate a potential new crosswalk at a third location. The three crosswalk locations include: 1. Mid-block crosswalk near United Church of Hinesburg 2. Mid-block crosswalk near Hinesburg Community School 3. Buck Hill Road intersection.
Consultant:
Hoyle - Tanner & Associates
Geography:
Hinesburg

South Burlington Multi-Site Crosswalk Assessment

17.6 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Bike and Ped, Bike/Pedestrian, Crossings, crosswalk
Description:
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) and the City of South Burlington retained Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc. (Hoyle Tanner) to prepare this crosswalk assessment to evaluate potential crosswalks at four locations in South Burlington. The four crosswalk locations include: Intersection of Songbird Road and Dorset Street; Intersection of Nicklaus Circle and Dorset Street; Intersection of Hinesburg Road and Dubois Drive; Intersection of Pheasant Way and Spear Street.
Consultant:
Hoyle - Tanner & Associates
Geography:
South Burlington

Chittenden County Elders and Persons with Disabilities Transit Program Evaluation

1.6 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
e&d, public transportation, Transit
Description:
Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), Green Mountain Transit (GMT) and United Way of Northwest Vermont (United Way) worked with the Chittenden County Elders and Persons with Disabilities Transit Program partners (E&D) in order to answer the following challenges: How can we support Chittenden County’s E&D partners in their role as program administrators to help create a rider-informed and equitable paratransit service for all Chittenden County residents? How can Chittenden County’s E&D providers modify services to increase rider satisfaction and optimize limited program funds? The project evaluated Chittenden County’s E&D program from the partner perspective and generated opportunities for shared learning and collaboration between all Chittenden County’s E&D stakeholders.
Consultant:
United Way
Geography:
Chittenden County

GMT ROUTE 116 BUS RIDERSHIP PILOT PROJECT

1.4 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
public transportation, Transit
Description:
Increasing public transit use can reduce demand for single occupancy vehicles, lower emissions, improve transportation cost equity, and reduce congestion. Due to the real and perceived costs of using transit, demand for fixed route transit often increases when coupled with workplace parking restrictions (e.g. limits on permits, higher costs, remote parking requiring longer walks or other transfers). In this project, a targeted pilot intervention was conducted to test connecting potential transit users with incentives to increase bus ridership on the Route 116 corridor between Hinesburg and Burlington.
Consultant:
UVM
Geography:
Hinesburg

2022 Regional Active Transportation Plan

19.1 MB
Year:
2023
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The goal of this update to the CCRPC's Active Transportation Plan (ATP) is to produce a region-wide Plan for existing and future bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs that will serve as the active transportation element of the CCRPC’s long-range Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). This plan update builds upon previous plans and projects and ensures that ongoing active transportation initiatives are coordinated across the County to provide a cohesive and useful pedestrian and bicycle network.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
Chittenden County

Burlington South End Multimodal Center Feasibility Study

7 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Housing, Parking, Transit, wastewater, zoning
Description:
The City of Burlington has been exploring the possibility of establishing a multimodal transportation facility in the City’s South End for over twenty years. The Burlington South End Multimodal Center Feasibility Study examined the feasibility of a transit center and potential housing at 68 Sears Lane in Burlington, investigated site layout options that tie together the planned uses on both parcels, developed conceptual construction cost estimates, identified potential funding streams for the project, and facilitated stakeholder outreach.
Consultant:
VHB
Geography:
Burlington