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Burlington is a celebrated, vibrant, small city located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain. Burlingtonians are diverse, forward-thinking citizens, surrounded by scenic beauty and recreational opportunities. The City is steeped in arts and culture, and engaged in the growth of its economy.
south end multimodal center feasibility study
The Burlington South End Multimodal Center Feasibility Study will examine the feasibility of a transit center and potential housing at 68 Sears Lane in Burlington, investigate site layout options that tie together the planned uses on both parcels, develop conceptual construction cost estimates, investigate potential funding streams for the project, and support stakeholder outreach.
Thursday, May 19Burlington South End Multimodal Center Feasibility Study Public Meeting7:00 pm Details »
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burlinGton school district travel and traffic control plan
The City of Burlington and Burlington School District, with assistance from CCRPC and DuBois & King, seeks to develop a School Travel and Traffic control plan for nine (9) elementary, middle, and high school campuses within the City of Burlington.
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Queen city park road/austin drive bicycle and pedestrian connections scoping study
CCRPC is working with the Cities of Burlington and South Burlington to develop and evaluate a possible bicycle and pedestrian connection between the Hannaford Plaza on US7 in South Burlington, along Queen City Park Road and Austin Drive to the Burlington Bike Path at Oakledge Park. Connections to the Hannaford Plaza, Red Rocks Park, Oakledge Park, GMT transit stops, the Burlington Bike Path/Island Line, and other key destinations will be identified and considered in the study.
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COLCHESTER AVE: BIKEWAYS, PARKING, AND INTERSECTION SAFETY
This study was conducted in coordination with the CCRPC, City of Burlington Public Works Department, and an Advisory Committee consisting of community stakeholders. Public meetings and targeted outreach were also conducted to gather input from residents, property owners, and business owners along the corridor. The final report is posted on the project page.
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Bikeway Connectivity, Pedestrian Safety, and Stormwater Management in Burlington’s Old North End
The CCRPC is working with the City of Burlington to identify options to improve connectivity for low-stress bicycling in the southwest section of the Old North End – one of Burlington’s densest, New American neighborhoods. Working with the Department of Public Works and the community, the final report (anticipated Spring 2020) will include conceptual designs and conceptual cost estimates for the preferred route(s) connecting Battery Park, the Old North End Neighborhood Greenway, the Depot Street Neighborhood Greenway, and the Lakeview Terrace Neighborhood Greenway. In addition to bikeway connectivity, this project will also identify opportunities for improved pedestrian crossings, stormwater management, and should preserve parking wherever feasible.
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Burlington amtrak overnight storage study
The CCRPC, City of Burlington, and the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) collaborated on a study to identify an overnight storage and servicing location for the future Amtrak passenger train, in the greater Burlington area. The train service will be an extension north from Rutland of the Ethan Allen Express and is expected to start running in 2020.
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Winooski Avenue Corridor Study
This project is a two-phase study of this north south corridor in Burlington. The study area extends from the intersection of Riverside Avenue & North Winooski Avenue south to the intersection of Shelburne Road & Willard Street. It encompasses Winooski Avenue, Union Street, and Willard Street, as well as some cross streets. In Phase 1 a traffic microsimulation model was developed to investigate traffic implications associated with five alternative traffic patterns, with the goal of providing an improved north-south corridor for all travel modes.
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RAILYARD ENTERPRISE PROJECT
The purpose of the Railyard Enterprise Project is to develop a network of multimodal transportation infrastructure improvements, which incorporate the principles of Complete Streets, to support economic development in the area; improve livability of the surrounding neighborhoods; enhance multimodal travel connectivity between the Pine Street corridor and the Burlington Waterfront South area; and improve intermodal connections to the Burlington Railyard.
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- Bicycle and Pedestrian Action Plan »
- Colchester Avenue Corridor Study »
- Colchester/Riverside Intersection Scoping Study »
- Downtown Parking and Transportation Management Plan »
- Intervale Road Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Feasibility Study »
- North Avenue Corridor Study »
- North Winooski Avenue & Archibald Street Intersection; Pedestrian Safety & Mobility Evaluation »
- Pearl Street Corridor Scoping Study »
- Pearl Street / Prospect Street / Colchester Avenue Scoping Study »
- Southern Connector / Champlain Parkway Environmental Impact Statement »
- Transportation Demand Management Action Plan »
- Waterfront South Access Project »
- Winooski River Bridge Scoping Study »
- All of our past Burlington planning studies can be found here »
Municipal Plan Review:
- Resolution approving municipal plan, confirming the planning process and granting a determination of energy compliance (CCRPC Board, 2019) »
- Review of the municipal plan (CCRPC Planning Advisory Committee, 2018) »