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South Burlington Pedestrian and Bicycle Feasibility Study

38.8 MB
Year:
2017
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
The CCRPC and the City of South Burlington initiated this study to analyze and evaluate the feasibility of additional sidewalk and shared use paths at four (4) proposed study site locations: Allen Road (Baycrest Drive to Spear Street); Dorset Street (Autumn Hill Road to Dorset Street/Nowland Farm Road/Old Cross Road intersection); Airport Parkway (Kirby Road to Lime Kiln Bridge); and Spear Street (from shared use path south of Davis Road to US Route 2 Jug Handle/East Terrace). This report analyzes and evaluates existing conditions, provides conceptual alignment alternatives, and details opinion of probable construction costs. Preferred concept alternative alignments as identified with the Project Steering Committee (PSC), through the public participation and outreach during the
scoping study process, are highlighted within this scoping study.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
South Burlington

Shared Use Path Connection over Muddy Brook

166.9 MB
Year:
2006
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
Linking path networks is a shared interest of South Burlington, Williston and the Cross Vermont Tail Association. One challenge in creating a shared use path link is the crossing of Muddy Brook. This project evaluates possible alignments for such a crossing.
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
South Burlington, Williston

Essex Pre-Scoping Study Report for a Non-Motorized Multi-Use Pedestrian Crossing and Associated Trail of VT Route 289

23.9 MB
Year:
2003
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The Town of Essex desired to identify the issues associated with and possible options for a non-motorized, multi-use pedestrian crossing and associated trail to connect residential neighborhoods with Essex Middle School via a crossing of Route 289.
Consultant:
Lamoureaux & Dickinson Consulting Engineers Inc.
Geography:
Essex

Chittenden Greenways Project

5.8 MB
Year:
1991
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Recreation, Regional Planning, Transportation
Description:
The Chittenden Greenways Project provides the vision for a regional trail system of more than 300 miles of corridor routes that supports active transportation, recreational opportunities, and land and water conservation. The report introduces the greenway concept, describes the planning process, details the potential 300-mile network ofr pathways and conservation corridors, and presents information for implementation.
Consultant:
Julie Campoli & Peter Owens
Geography:
Chittenden County