Shelburne Walk Bike Connectivity Study

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Advisory Committee Meeting #1: Monday, December 6, 2021, 6:00-7:30pm | Agenda » | Meeting Notes » | Presentation »

The Town of Shelburne, with assistance from CCRPC and DuBois & King, is seeking to conduct a study that identifies community goals and problems related to bicycling and pedestrian connectivity, develop solutions to those problems, identify opportunities to enhance connectivity and create a plan for implementation.

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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

Community Input Map | An online map where residents can identify walking and biking commonly accessed destinations, key barriers, and ideal connections within and beyond Shelburne.

Community Forums | The first forum will be held to present existing conditions and collect feedback from interested residents. The second forum will be to held to gather feedback and input on the prioritized recommendations and draft plan.

Advisory Committee | Members of the public are also welcomed to join the Advisory Committee for their meetings throughout the project. The public will be notified in advance for these with an agenda and instructions for joining.

Contact | Contact project manager Jason Charest ([email protected]) if you’d like to be added to the project mailing list to receive direct communications of upcoming Community Forums and Advisory Committee meetings.

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DOCUMENTS

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project advisory Committee

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 recommendations. Ultimately, the Selectboard will consider and endorse the final recommendations of the Study


CONTACT

For more information, please contact Jason Charest, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planning Engineer: [email protected].

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