Projects & Programs

The Policy and Planning Unit collaborates with other state partners and stakeholders to deliver planning programs and involve the public in the development of projects, plans, and studies.


VTrans On-Road Bicycle Plan

The VTrans On-Road Bicycle Plan is a planning effort to categorize the state roads into high-, moderate- and low-use/priority corridors based on current and potential bicycle use. The Plan will assist VTrans in understanding where to focus limited resources towards bicycle improvements and, allow better integration into Agency projects and activities. 

Quechee Gorge Bridge Safety Issues & Suicide Prevention Study

As directed by the  2016 Transportation Bill-  VTrans, in consultation with  the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, the Department of Health, the Department of Mental Health, the Department of Public Safety, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer, the Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, local officials, local emergency personnel, the Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce, mental health practitioners, local business owners, and other interested stakeholders, studied suicide prevention as well as pedestrian, first responder, and other safety measures that could be taken at the Quechee Gorge Bridge.  This study identified short and long term infrastructure and non-infrastructure measures to address safety for all users- and served as the foundation for a Legislative Report to the House and Senate Committees on Transportation on January 10, 2017.  A copy of the presentation delivered to both Committees  can be found here.

Any questions should be submitted directly to: Jackie Cassino, VTrans Planning Coordinator.


Better Connections Program

The Better Connections Program (formerly the Strong Communities, Better Connections Program) is a multiagency partnership to align state and local investments to increase transportation options, build resilience and economic vitality in Vermont’s community centers.

Vermont Corridor Management Program

The Vermont Corridor Management Program is a resource for corridor planning that seeks to balance ideas for transportation improvements, with anticipated land use and development challenges.

Access Management Program

The VTrans Access Management Program Guidelines outlines an access classification system and standards to ensure consistency in the permitting process. Learn more about access management

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