One of the CCRPC’s transportation planning focus areas is Active Transportation, which refers primarily to walking and biking. The CCRPC is committed to planning for walking and biking in our communities. If we are successful in providing more places/facilities/environments where people can safely get around using these modes, significant societal and individual benefits can accrue.
CURRENT WALK/BIKE STUDIES INCLUDE:
- South Burlington Walk Bike Bridge Connections »
- Winooski Walk Bike Plan »
- Jericho Corners to Riverside Multi-Use Path »
- Bikeway Connectivity, Pedestrian Safety, and Stormwater Management in Burlington’s Old North End »
- Burlington School District Travel and Traffic Control Plan »
- Colchester Ave: Bikeways, Parking, and Intersection Safety (Burlington) »
- Richmond Bike, Walk, and Trails Plan »
- VT 2A Connector Path — Beaudry Lane to VSECU (Williston) »
- CCRPC Bicycle Count Program Evaluation and Data Analysis »
- CCRPC Close the Gaps in Regional Bike Facilities »
- Jericho Riverside Village Sidewalk Scoping Study »
- Multiuse Path Connecting Williston to South Burlington – Supplemental Scoping »
- Pilot Mobility Audit – Burlington’s Old North End »
- Queen City Park Road Sidewalk Scoping (Burlington/South Burlington) »
- Shelburne Walk Bike Connectivity Study »
- South Burlington Bike/Ped Mapping Phase II »
- Tanglewood Drive Shared-Use Path and Stormwater Scoping Project (Essex) »
- Williston Crosswalk Analysis »
Not all projects have webpages, so contact Bryan Davis for more information. You can find other walk/bike projects on our Scoping & Project Development and Corridor & Circulation Studies pages. You can also browse current and past Walk/Bike Studies by municipality.
For more information, please visit the specific project page above to contact the Project Manager, or you may contact Bryan Davis, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planner, at email@example.com.