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Severance Corners Bicycle & Pedestrian Circulation System Plan

127.8 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The purpose of the study is to develop an overall master plan for a pedestrian and bicycle circulation system in the public areas of Severance Corners and to assist the Town to plan and finance the needed bicycle and pedestrian improvements.
Consultant:
Wilbur Smith Associates
Geography:
Colchester

Severance Corners Bicycle & Pedestrian Circulation System Plan Appendix

1.7 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The purpose of the study is to develop an overall master plan for a pedestrian and bicycle circulation system in the public areas of Severance Corners and to assist the Town to plan and finance the needed bicycle and pedestrian improvements.
Consultant:
Wilbur Smith Associates
Geography:
Colchester

Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan

2.2 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Transportation
Description:
The Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan evaluates traffic operations, improvement options, cost estimates, and phased implementation plans at the Severance Corners intersection in Colchester, Vermont. Severance Corners is defined by the area surrounding the intersection of US 2/7 with Blakely and Severance Roads. The Town of Colchester desires to maintain safe and efficient vehicle flow while accommodating the increasing presence of bicyclists and pedestrians as the Severance Corners Growth Center develops. The area is slated for Vermont growth center designation which will allow the area around the intersection to become the primary destination for development accommodating the majority of the Town’s growth for the next twenty years.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Colchester

Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan Appendix 1

463.9 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Transportation
Description:
The Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan evaluates traffic operations, improvement options, cost estimates, and phased implementation plans at the Severance Corners intersection in Colchester, Vermont. Severance Corners is defined by the area surrounding the intersection of US 2/7 with Blakely and Severance Roads. The Town of Colchester desires to maintain safe and efficient vehicle flow while accommodating the increasing presence of bicyclists and pedestrians as the Severance Corners Growth Center develops. The area is slated for Vermont growth center designation which will allow the area around the intersection to become the primary destination for development accommodating the majority of the Town’s growth for the next twenty years.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Colchester

Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan Appendix 2

483.5 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Transportation
Description:
The Severance Corners Transportation Improvement Plan evaluates traffic operations, improvement options, cost estimates, and phased implementation plans at the Severance Corners intersection in Colchester, Vermont. Severance Corners is defined by the area surrounding the intersection of US 2/7 with Blakely and Severance Roads. The Town of Colchester desires to maintain safe and efficient vehicle flow while accommodating the increasing presence of bicyclists and pedestrians as the Severance Corners Growth Center develops. The area is slated for Vermont growth center designation which will allow the area around the intersection to become the primary destination for development accommodating the majority of the Town’s growth for the next twenty years.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Colchester

Route 15 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Feasibility Study: Colchester to Essex Junction

62.6 MB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Corridor, Transportation
Description:
In 1996, the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organization began work on a scoping study for an alternate Transportation Path in the Route 15 corridor between Essex Junction and Colchester. To assist in the work, the CCMPO hired Lamoureux & Dickinson Consulting Engineers (L&D) of Essex, Vermont. L&D held several public work sessions, circulated an informal survey to bicyclists and residents, met with the municipal boards, conducted field survey and did extensive work to prepare the Scoping Study. After L&D prepared a draft report, numerous outside factors lead to the CCMPO halting work on the project. This Study is an update of the previous work prepared by L&D as part of the original Study.
Consultant:
Wilbur Smith Associates
Geography:
Colchester, Essex, Essex Junction

Colchester Comprehensive Street Lighting Plan

211.1 kB
Year:
2007
Theme:
Infrastructure, Lighting, Technical Assistance, Transportation
Description:
One of the goals of this project is to balance the need for a suitable new lighting system for growth centers with the simultaneous need to reduce overall town maintenance and energy costs. Overall, this is accomplished with the new streetlighting plan. Potential reductions in energy and maintenance costs for street-lighting of residential streets has the potential to balance the increases in those costs for the more dense General Development zones.
Consultant:
Donna J. Leban of Light/Space/Design
Geography:
Colchester

Exit 17 Growth Center Transportation Study

12.9 MB
Year:
2006
Theme:
Technical Assistance, Traffic, Transportation
Description:
The purpose of this study is to identify transportation system improvements for the Exit 17 Growth Center in Colchester, VT assuming that a wastewater system is implemented that allows the area to reach its development potential as envisioned by the Town. This study describes the characteristics of the existing transportation system in the Exit 17 Growth Center and evaluates its performance relative to congestion, safety, access management, and bicycle and pedestrian access. Traffic projections are developed for a twenty-year planning horizon that account for regional background growth, trips generated for two land use scenarios, and the effect of the proposed Circumferential Highway and a new I-89 exit at West Milton Road. Several highway and intersection design alternatives are developed to accommodate the twenty-year traffic forecasts, the alternatives are evaluated and recommended, and a phasing plan is presented.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Colchester

Colchester – South Hero Causeway Improvement Project

3.3 MB
Year:
2005
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
Alternatives for potential improvements to the old railroad causeway within the limits of the Colchester shoreline to the South Hero shoreline. This historic corridor serves as a visually stunning, recreational haven for bicyclists, runners, pedestrians, anglers, and hunters. Project needs were realised through site visits and Local Concerns Meetings held in both Colchester and South Hero. Some of the aspects discussed within are; infrastructure maintenance, accessibility, and sufficient path width to meet safety needs.
Consultant:
Dufresne Henry Consulting Engineers Inc.
Geography:
Colchester, South Hero

Campus Connector Road ~ Final Scoping Report

63.9 MB
Year:
2005
Theme:
New Capacity, Transportation
Description:
This Scoping Report has been prepared for the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organization (CCMPO) and the Town of Colchester by McFarland-Johnson (MJ). MJ was retained by the CCMPO to provide Phase A (Scoping) design services for the Campus Connector Road in the Town of Colchester, Vermont.
Consultant:
Inc., McFarland-Johnson
Geography:
Colchester