Public Transit Policy Plan

 

The Vermont Public Transit Policy Plan (PTPP) quantifies the State’s transit needs and identifies recommend programmatic and policy initiatives to strengthen the statewide transit system.  This plan lays out a 10-year vision for improved transit service in Vermont, including policies and strategies to guide the improvement of Vermont’s transit network.

The development of a PTPP every five years is required by Statute (Title 24, VSA, §5089).  The federal government requires a Human Service Transportation Coordination Plan to be updated every four years (FTA C 9070.1G ). VTrans has combined these efforts for the 2020 PTPP.  This Plan will serve as a guide for VTrans and its partners in making decisions on implementing and funding transit projects that facilitate mobility for Vermonters, minimize duplication of services, leverage limited funds, maximize ridership, and improve coordination of services.   

Vermont Public Transit Policy Plan

2020 Vermont Public Transit Policy Plan

Appendix I

Appendix II

Reports and Background Information

Project Summary

Project Scope of Work

Public Involvement Plan

2014 Vermont Human Service Transportation Coordination Plan

2012 Vermont Public Transit Policy Plan

Presentations

Study Advisory Committee Meeting #3 Presentation

Study Advisory Committee Meeting #2 Presentation

Study Advisory Committee Meeting #1 Presentation

Contact

Questions and comments can be directed to Jackie Cassino at jackie.cassino@vermont.gov or 802-272-2368.