South Burlington Active Transportation Plan
Thanks to everyone who came to the first open house on January 25 to learn about the project and share your thoughts!
You can provide more input and share ideas by taking our online survey »
The CCRPC, with help from consultant VHB, is working with the City of South Burlington to create a comprehensive walk/bike plan, also called an Active Transportation Plan. Active transportation emphasizes the role of physically active forms of travel in improving community health. It reinforces that bicycling and walking are valid forms of transportation, not just forms of recreation, and it is a more inclusive term that reflects the use of mobility assistance devices, such as wheelchairs and scooters. It also implies a more comprehensive approach to the transportation system which recognizes the importance of accessing public transit for people using active modes. Active transportation also provides many community benefits, such as improved public health, economic development, quality of life, and environmental quality.
The South Burlington Active Transportation Plan will provide the vision for a connected network of walking and biking facilities that gets people safely to where they want to go. The final plan will include a prioritized set of infrastructure recommendations with planning level cost estimates.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON:
- Take the online survey »
- Themes heard from the January 25 open house »
- Existing Conditions Map »
- Crash Heat Map 2019-2023 »
CCRPC Project Manager: Bryan Davis, 802-861-0129, firstname.lastname@example.org
City of South Burlington: Erica Quallen, Deputy Director of Capital Projects
Consultant: Drew Gingras, VHB
For more information, please contact Bryan Davis, CCRPC Senior Transportation Planner: (802) 861-0129.