Corridor, Infrastructure, Transportation
In 1998 the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organization sponsored a study of the Route 127 Corridor in Colchester which identified and evaluated the routes physical and functional deficiencies. Standouts among the deficiencies identified included narrow shoulders, substandard intersection geometry, and a lack of facilities for pedestrians, bicyclists and public transit. In 1999 Dufresne-Henry was commissioned to continue the project development process, resulting in this report, which looks at specific sections of the route which have the highest priority and need for improvement and analyzes the suitability of various alternatives.
Dufresne Henry Consulting Engineers Inc., Hartgen Archaeological Associates