Regional Active Transportation Plan

PROJECT UPDATES

The CCRPC is updating the Regional Active Transportation Plan — USE THIS INTERACTIVE MAP to share your ideas for desired walk/bike connections and to identify walk/bike barriers. Watch a short video on how to use the map. For more information, and to be added to the project email list, contact Bryan Davis, bdavis@ccrpcvt.org.

Download a flier to print/post in your neighborhood: Walk/Bike Plan »

The 2017 Regional Active Transportation Plan is available here »

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) updated the Regional Bicycle/Pedestrian Plan, otherwise known the Active Transportation Plan (ATP), in 2017. Our previous Plan was completed in 2008, a third iteration of Regional Bike/Pedestrian planning that began in 1993.

The overall objective was to produce a region-wide Plan for existing and future bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs that will serve as the active transportation element of the long-range Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). The ATP includes recommended priority corridors, programs and policies to support active transportation throughout the region.

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Members: Amanda Froeschle (VT Dept of Health​), Chris Damiani (Green Mountain Transit​), Samuel Dingba (AALV), ​Jorge Andres Rios Garcia (Transportation Equity Coalition​), Kelly Stoddard-Poor (AARP), Lauren Chicote (Winooski Valley Park District​), Greg Rowangould (UVM Transportation Research Center​), Jonathon Weber (Local Motion),  John Abbott (Rural rep – Jericho​), Jon Rauscher (Urban rep – Winooski​), Josh Katz (Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association), Jon Kaplan (VT Agency of Transportation), Matthew Arancio (VT Agency of Transportation)

Meeting #1 | March 24, 2022
This meeting provided an introduction to the project, the roles/responsibilities of committee members, review of the project scope/timeline, discussion of public outreach, and roundtable of vision priorities and analysis tools.

PUBLIC INPUT

Use this interactive map to share your ideas for desired walk/bike connections and to identify walk/bike barriers. Watch a short video on how to use the map.

We will post different ways the public can provide input here. To join the project email list, contact Bryan Davis, bdavis@ccrpcvt.org.

Local Walk/Bike/Trail Committee Forum | March 31, 2022


Contact

For more information, please contact Bryan Davis, Senior Transportation Planner, at (802) 861-0129.

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