Exit 14 Transit & Parking Facility Public Meeting

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The Campus Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA) and Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC), in association with the Cities of South Burlington and Burlington, are currently studying the feasibility of an intermodal transit and parking facility and a new I-89 off-ramp at Exit 14 in South Burlington, Vermont.

CATMA, the CCRPC, and project consultant, David Saladino of Resource Systems Group, present an overview of the scoping study including the project goals and objectives, background information on the existing site and study area, and a discussion of the project schedule and process. The project team describes the characteristics of an intermodal intercept facility and presents examples from around the county.

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