Circumferential Highway Alternatives Task Force Meeting #12

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Since the Governor's May 20, 2011 announcement that the Circumferential Highway - as originally conceived - would not be built, the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) staff has been coordinating with VTrans, the "CIRC Communities" (Colchester, Essex, Essex Junction, and Williston), and other stakeholders to examine alternatives. This meeting includes reports by staff on:

• Williston Bicycle/Pedestrian Feasibility Studies: VT 2A Pathway - Knight Lane to Beaudry Lane; Mountain View Road Pathway - VT2A to North Williston Road; Taft Corners Area Bicycle/Pedestrian Connections, Christine Forde
• VT 15 Sidewalk - Old Stage Road to Essex Way, Essex, Christine Forde
• Colchester-Essex Network Transportation Study (CENTS), Colchester, Christine Forde
• Exit 12 and VT 2A, from south of Hurricane Lane to north of Marshall Ave., Williston, Eleni Churchill
• CCTA Update on Routes: Milton/Colchester/Burlington and Essex/Williston/Waterbury/Montpelier, Meredith Birkett, CCTA

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1 Saturday November 16, 2013 at 8:00 PM
2 Sunday November 17, 2013 at 1:00 AM
3 Sunday November 17, 2013 at 7:00 AM


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