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Walk & Bike Connectivity Study

7 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Bike/Ped, Walk & Bike
Description:
The Walk & Bike Connectivity Study is an Action Plan for improving walking and bicycling conditions and therefore connectivity throughout Shelburne, Vermont. This study provides the Town a comprehensive resource that synthesizes the Town’s more than 20 plans and studies completed over the years and their 30 individual project recommendations.
Consultant:
DuBois & King Inc.
Geography:
Shelburne

Richmond Sidewalks Scoping

23.5 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Sidewalk, Walk & Bike
Description:
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), working with the Town of Richmond, retained Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. to develop a scoping study evaluating pedestrian safety improvements for three separate segments of roadway: Segment 1 – Jericho Road from the school entrance to Valley View Road Segment 2 – Bridge Street from Volunteers Green to Jolina Court Segment 3 – Huntington Road from Stone Corral Brewery to the Cross Vermont Trails trailhead at Johnnie Brook Road
Consultant:
Stantec
Geography:
Richmond

Richmond Bike Walk Trails Plan

30.7 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transportation
Description:
The Richmond Bike, Walk, and Trails Plan provides a vision, goals and priorities to improve walking and biking in Richmond. The Plan builds upon Town priorities to enhance walking and biking within the Town. The Plan identifies the key infrastructure projects, programs and policies needed to achieve a Complete Streets network that includes off-road trails, paved pathways and trails, sidewalks, and shared roadways and community support for active transportation.
Consultant:
DuBois & King Inc.
Geography:
Richmond

Queen City Park Road – Austin Drive Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections Scoping Study

7.2 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), in association with the Cities of South Burlington and Burlington, initiated a scoping study for a bicycle and pedestrian connection between the Lindenwood Drive intersection on US Route 7 in South Burlington, along Queen City Park Road and Austin Drive, to the Burlington Waterfront Greenway, commonly called the Burlington Bike Path.
Consultant:
Toole Design Group
Geography:
Burlington, South Burlington

Potash Brook Path Crossing Feasibility Study

18.1 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian
Description:
This study evaluates bicycle and pedestrian options for crossing Potash Brook adjacent to Kimball Avenue in South Burlington, Vermont.
Consultant:
DuBois & King Inc.
Geography:
South Burlington

Park Your CARbon — Final Report

4.8 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Transit, Transportation, Transportation Demand Management
Description:
2022 marks the first year of Park Your CARbon, an updated and re-imagined version of the previous Way to Go! Challenge. Park Your CARbon is an awareness campaign encouraging Vermonters to park their vehicle for one trip, one day, or one week in an effort to curb carbon emissions and promote the use of other transportation modes.
Consultant:
Place Creative Company
Geography:
Chittenden County, State

North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan — Final Report

64.1 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Parking, Transportation
Description:
This is the final report for the North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan. This goal of this project is to identify practical strategies for balancing parking supply and demand north of Pearl Street, with the goal of meeting essential parking needs while freeing up space for dedicated bike lanes. This project is an outcome of the previous Winooski Avenue Corridor Study.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Burlington

North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan — Final Appendices

25.3 MB
Year:
2022
Theme:
Bicycle & Pedestrian, Parking, Transportation
Description:
These are the appendices to accompany the final report for the North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan. This goal of this project is to identify practical strategies for balancing parking supply and demand north of Pearl Street, with the goal of meeting essential parking needs while freeing up space for dedicated bike lanes. This project is an outcome of the previous Winooski Avenue Corridor Study.
Consultant:
Resource Systems Group Inc.
Geography:
Burlington