Regional Active Transportation Plan
Thanks to everyone who offered comments on walk/bike barriers and desired connections. We will use your input to inform our initial recommendations in late summer, as well as other analyses from the consultant. For more information, and to be added to the project email list, contact Bryan Davis, email@example.com.
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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.
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 #2 | July 14, 2022
This meeting provided an update on the Equity Analysis, Bicycle Network Analysis, Trip Potential Analysis, Unpaved Trail Analysis, and Public Outreach. Preliminary recommendations based on these analyses and public input will be shared in early fall.
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.
Thanks to everyone who offered comments on walk/bike barriers and desired connections via email and through the online map. We will use your input to inform our initial recommendations in late summer.
We will post future ways the public can provide input here. To join the project email list, contact Bryan Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Walk/Bike/Trail Committee Forum | March 31, 2022
For more information, please contact Bryan Davis, Senior Transportation Planner, at (802) 861-0129.