Richmond Village Sidewalks Scoping Study

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This study is complete and a final report has been issued. Preferred alternatives for Jericho Road and Bridge Street were endorsed by the Richmond Selectboard at their meeting on June 6, 2022. A preferred alternative for Huntington Road was not endorsed by the Selectboard.

The Town of Richmond has made gains in its sidewalk network and now seeks to close three critical gaps in the network. This project is a scoping study for sidewalks within Richmond Village and areas adjacent to the village. The project would investigate extending existing facilities and connecting facilities that are currently unconnected. The goal of this project is to provide options to create vital pedestrian connections to community resources and commercial corridors within the village, as well as popular destinations outside the Richmond Village.

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STUDY AREA

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

Public Meeting #2: Thursday, March 17, 6:00pm
Draft concepts for improving walking or biking along Bridge Street, Huntington Road, and Jericho Road were presented and discussed. | Presentation » | Video Recording » | Draft Alternatives »

Public Meeting #1: Tuesday, November 2, 6:00pm
The project team introduced the study, shared what they know about the proposed locations, and learned from residents’ input. | Agenda » | Presentation » | Video Recording » | Meeting Notes »

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DOCUMENTS

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CONTACT

For more information, please contact Jason Charest, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planning Engineer.

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