CVRPC Seeking Proposals for Transportation Planning and Studies

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) is seeking ideas for transportation planning projects to be completed in 2019. Help us make getting around easier, safer, and more convenient for everyone by contributing your transportation planning and study ideas.
The full request for ideas is available at: 2018 Transportation Planning & Study Letter
Projects might include, but are not be limited to:
  • rail, transit, park & ride, or airport studies;
  • road surface, sign, culvert/bridge, road erosion, & sidewalk inventories;
  • intersection improvements; bicycle or pedestrian improvements;
  • increasing infrastructure resilience; transportation capital budgets;
  • traffic circulation analysis; traffic calming planning;
  • applying green infrastructure to streets;
  • multi-town road improvement plans; active transportation plans;
  • streetlight or traffic signal analysis; Complete Streets practices
Project ideas should be submitted in writing to Daniel Currier, Program Manager, by November 13, 2018. Please describe the type and location of the project and describe why the project is needed.
Last year, CVRPC completed one planning studies for Waterbury VT. The study focused on the bridge on Stowe St. near the intersection of Stowe St. and Lincoln St. The resulting Existing Conditions report will help the Town of Waterbury identify the best solution for fixing or replacing the bridge and what faculties the bridge should carry.
The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission is a planning organization established by the 23 municipalities in the Central Vermont Region. We leverage the power of people working.