Transportation

 

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The TAC has finished their review of the Transportation Element. You can view the final draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of the Region-wide Recommendations. You can view the final draft here.

 

The TAC has finished their review of the Aviation Section. You can view the final draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of  the Freight Section. You can view the final draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of  the Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Section. You can view the final draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of the Rideshare/Travel Demand Management Section. You can view the final draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of the Transportation Executive Summary. You can view the draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of the Transportation Goals and Policies. You can view the final draft of the Goals and Policies here.

The TAC has finished their review of the  Highway Systems Characteristics and Usage section. You can view the draft here.

The TAC has finished their review of the Public Transit Section. You can view the final draft here.

 

The Regional Transportation Plan

The Regional Transportation Plan is the culmination of a thorough study of the multi-modal and inter-modal transportation needs within the Central Vermont Region. The region’s major highway system, rail freight facilities, transit system, airport system, etc. will not function efficiently without coordinated feeder systems which likewise operate efficiently. To emphasize the scope and scale of the regional transportation issues facing Central Vermont and its communities, CVRPC established a vision and mission statement to guide the development of transportation goals, policies, and action items.

The Transportation Plan will take a regional balanced view of transportation issues. The focus of this transportation plan is therefore on transportation issues which are regional in scope or which have regional implications. The Transportation Plan will examine both roads and other transportation infrastructure as well as the alternative transportation systems that support Healthy Communities via bicycle and pedestrian facilities, park n’ rides and public transit options. The Transportation Plan, under the direction of CVRPC’s standing Transportation Advisory Committee, will take a regional balanced view of transportation issues.

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