The Town of
Milton is known as a wonderful location for families and businesses to grow. It has invested in the infrastructure to support residential and commercial growth in its Town Core and already supports a growing residential and commercial community. Milton grew in the last census and is now ranked as the 8th largest community in Vermont. It is host to many exciting businesses and employers. Milton’s vision of the future supports dense residential and commercial development in its Town Core with a comfortable mix of amenities and housing choices for all age groups. It is the Town’s intention to grow in such a fashion that it has a mix of both residential and commercial properties. This mix will support the growth needed to maintain the services the residents and businesses have come to expect while keeping the tax burden stable.
Milton Railroad Street RAIL crossing study
Funded in part through grant through the VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian program, this scoping study analyzes and evaluates the feasibility of connecting a gap in the sidewalk on Railroad Street in Milton, extending across the existing railroad crossing. This report analyzes and evaluates existing conditions, provides conceptual alignment alternatives, and provides probable construction costs.
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MILTON US 7 CORRIDOR STUDY
This study will assist the Town of Milton in framing the transportation needs for the anticipated growth along the US 7 corridor, extending from approximately Forbes Road to Main Street. This area has experienced considerable commercial growth in recent years and is expected to see continued development into the future. The Study will evaluate potential impacts and make recommendations concerning highway configuration, traffic control, access management, public transit, and pedestrian and bicycle accommodations.
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MILTON PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE SCOPING STUDY
This scoping study analyzed and evaluated the feasibility of additional sidewalks and shared use paths at four (4) proposed study site locations: A gap between two existing asphalt shared use paths on Ellison Street and Haydenberry Drive; a segment between the existing asphalt shared use path on Ellison Street and the front entrance to Milton High School; a lack of sidewalks on Brandy Lane, the road connecting Milton High School to Lamoille Terrace; and a lack of sidewalks and safety concerns on Upper Main Street between Railroad Street and the intersection of East and North Roads. This report documents existing conditions, provides conceptual sidewalk and shared use path alignment alternatives, and provides opinion of probable construction costs for each study location.
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INTERSTATE 89 EXIT 17 SCOPING STUDY
The Exit 17 Scoping Study was initiated in the spring of 2013 through its inclusion in the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission’s (CCRPC) Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). The focus of this scoping study was to develop and evaluate build alternatives for relieving congestion, increasing safety, and improving bicycle conditions at the I-89 Exit 17 interchange and adjacent intersection of US 2 and US 7—locally known as Chimney Corners—near the Colchester/Milton town line in Chittenden County, Vermont.
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- US-7 / Middle Road / Railroad Street Intersection Scoping Study »
- Traffic Impact Analysis for Milton Square »
- Milton Town Core Transportation Plan »
- Town of Milton Pavement Management Study »
- All of our past Milton planning studies can be found here »