Colchester Ave: Bikeways, Parking, and Intersection Safety
Draft Report Available
The Draft Report is available. The project team will present this to the Burlington DPW Commission at their upcoming meeting on June 16th. Once available, the agenda will be posted here.
Colchester Avenue has undergone significant study and improvement over the past ten years. This study builds upon this work to further improve bicycling infrastructure, manage parking, and increase safety at East Avenue while supporting local businesses. The final report will identify a package of improvements to achieve the study’s goals.
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All meetings and participation opportunities will be listed here. Want to join the project email list to stay up to date on progress and meetings? Contact Jason Charest, Project Manager.
Public Meeting (# 2): January 11, 2021, 6:30-8:30pm via Zoom
The meeting solicited feedback for potential alternative designs. | Meeting Agenda » | Presentation (Video) » | Presentation (PDF) » | Meeting Recording » | Meeting Notes »
Public Meeting (# 1): December 4, 2019, Open House 6:00, Meeting 6:30-8:30pm, UVMMC McClure Conference Room, 111 Colchester Ave.
The meeting was an opportunity to hear from community members about issues and concerns in the study area. The consultant team provided an introduction to the study, an overview of the decision-making process, schedule, participation opportunities, and existing conditions. | Agenda » | Presentation » | Meeting Notes »
The study is sponsored by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission and the City of Burlington. As such, the public involvement process is informed by the CCRPC’s Public Participation Plan and the City of Burlington Public Works’ Public Engagement Plan.
- Scope of Work »
- Project Goals
- Study Alternatives
- Preferred Alternative & Implementation Plan
- 2019 Colchester/Riverside/Barrett Intersection Scoping Study »
- 2017 PlanBTV Walk Bike Plan »
- 2014 Colchester/Pearl/Prospect Intersection Scoping Study »
- 2011 Colchester Avenue Corridor Plan »
The role of the Advisory Committee is to represent a range of perspectives; review study materials and provide feedback; communicate with and provide updates to their organizations/constituents; and participate in developing the vision, goals, options, and recommendations. Ultimately, the City Council will consider and endorse the final recommendations of the Study.
For more information, please contact Jason Charest, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planning Engineer, at (802) 846-4490 x *32.