The Town of
Williston is located in Chittenden County, which is the most populated county in the state. Williston is a short drive to the Burlington International Airport, Interstate 89 goes through its community and it has one of the state’s largest shopping areas just off exit 12. It is the mission of the Town of Williston to provide services designed to enhance the quality of life for citizens and visitors and to achieve a democracy energized by informed and involved citizens. Town staff strive to adhere to core values as we work to provide services to the community.
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VT 2A Connector path — beaudry lane to vsecu
This scoping study will evaluate alternatives for connecting that pedestrian bridge with an existing path that terminates in front of the VSECU building adjacent to O’Brien Court. When this section is completed bicycle and pedestrian facilities will be available on VT2A from Marshall Avenue to Essex Junction.
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Maple road multimodal scoping study
The Town of Williston and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission have been working collaboratively with Toole Design Group to evaluate traffic calming and mobility for bicyclists and pedestrians along Maple Road in Williston. Over the past several years, the Town of Williston Department of Public Works has received numerous comments and concerns related vehicular traffic and pedestrian mobility along this residential street between Old Stage Road and US 2. The CCRPC has also conducted several speed studies during this time. The goal of this study will be to synthesize the recent speed studies as well as solicit public input to evaluate an appropriate course of action for this residential street.
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north williston road scoping study
As the only bridge over the Winooski River between Route 2A and US 2 at Exit 11, North Williston Road is a valuable crossing point over the Winooski River. With the Circumferential Highway discontinued, traffic volumes along the road are expected to grow and further strain the roadway. The crossing is also critical to bicyclists and pedestrians, providing one of few river crossings off the state highway system. The goal of this project is to identify the appropriate roadway cross sections, drainage and stormwater enhancements, and safety improvements to accommodate the increased demands associated with nearby land development, growth in commuter traffic, demands for growing bicycle and pedestrian traffic, and changing hydraulic conditions.
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BLAIR PARK PEDESTRIAN FACILITY SCOPING STUDY
The Blair Park Pedestrian facility scoping study will evaluate and identify pedestrian facility needs and issues in the existing conditions and explore in detail several potential alternatives to connect existing sidewalk gaps and recommend a preferred alternative. The project area begins at the intersection of US Route 2 / Blair Park Road /Harvest Lane and extends northerly along the Blair Park Road loop. Currently, sidewalks exist along sections of the Blair Park Road loop. This project will provide a preferred plan to complete the loop around Blair Park Road and connect to Route 2.
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US 2 MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION SCOPING STUDY
This study evaluates the feasibility and costs to improve multimodal transportation facilities on US Route 2 between VT Route 2A and North Williston Road/Oak Hill Road. Alternative improvements have been evaluated as part of the study to determine potential impacts on utilities, natural and cultural resources, probable costs and overall feasibility.
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EXIT 12 SCOPING STUDY
This study carries forward the WENTS recommendations to further investigate and refine transportation alternatives that address existing and projected traffic congestion; enhance safety for all users; improve bike-pedestrian connections from areas South of the interchange to the existing network North of the interchange; and advance economic growth in the area.
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VT 2A SCOPING STUDY
The project will further investigate and refine transportation alternatives that address existing and projected traffic congestion, enhance safety for all users, and improve bike-pedestrian connections at the intersection of VT2A and Industrial Avenue/Mountain View Road and along the VT2A corridor between Industrial Avenue/Mountain View Road and River Cove Road to coordinate with a project currently in design in that location.
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MOUNTAIN VIEW ROAD BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES SCOPING STUDY
This scoping study evaluates potential bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Mountain View Road from VT Route 2A to North Williston Road.
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- Industrial Avenue Corridor Study » & Appendices »
- North Williston Road and Mountain View Road Intersection Study » & Appendices »
- Lamplite Acres Greenstreets Study »
- Industrial Avenue Sidewalk Study »
- All of our past Williston planning studies can be found here »
Municipal Plan Review:
- Letter retaining confirmation and approval after amendment (CCRPC Executive Director, 2018) »
- Resolution approving municipal plan and confirming the planning process (CCRPC Board, 2017) »
- Review of the municipal plan (CCRPC Planning Advisory Committee, 2016) »