Williston Road Network Transportation Study
The Williston Road Network Transportation Study evaluates the segment of Williston Road between Dorset Street and Hinesburg Road and expands upon work completed previously and documented in the US2 Corridor Transportation Management Plan completed in 2007. The Study seeks to understand how the transportation system in South Burlington will be impacted by future land use objectives associated with the City Center development and other proposed projects in South Burlington. The study develops short, medium and long term transportation strategies for meeting the City’s goals for City Center and the surrounding area.
This study was conducted in two phases.
The Phase I effort includes a summary of existing and future conditions along the corridor as well as an initial screening of potential alternatives. Phase I includes the development of a subarea traffic model which, along with the Chittenden County Regional TransCAD transportation model, evaluates different future transportation strategies including increased use of transit, biking walking and carpooling.
The Phase II effort advances the analysis conducted during Phase I to include a public outreach component, including direct outreach to corridor abutters, as well as a refined evaluation of alternatives and identification of a preferred alternative package of improvements.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON:
Public Meeting # 1 | March 3, 2016
Public Meeting # 2 | August 8, 2017
- Final Report » | November, 2015
- Phase I Initial Technical Evaluation »
- Planning Commission Presentation » | Phase 1 – Initial Technical Evaluation | April, 2015
- Scope of Work » | June, 2014
For more information, please contact Christine Forde, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planner, at (802) 846-4490 x *13.