Corridor planning involves a range of participants cooperatively identifying transportation issues and needs, as well as possible solutions, and opportunities to implement those solutions along a defined stretch of highway. The current approach engages local and regional stakeholders as well as staff from across AOT divisions.

The focus is on coordination of upcoming projects and maintenance activities with stakeholder needs identified through the planning process. Most of the actions are focused on efforts that can be completed in under five years though longer-term needs are also recognized.  Click on one of the following management plan links to see an example.

Current Corridor Management Plans

US 7 – Milton to Georgia (underway 2021) – from I-89 exit 17 to exit 18

VT 9 - Bennington to Brattleboro (2021)

VT 30 – Brattleboro to Winhall (2021)

VT 100 and 108 - from the VT100 intersection with US 2 in Waterbury, north through Waterbury Center, and on to Morrisville.  Also includes VT 108 from Stowe Village to Smugglers’ Notch (2018)

US 7 Roadway Master Plan – Georgia (2019)

VT 108 Mountain Road Village Master Plan (2018)

Archive of Older Corridor Management Plans

U.S. 4 Corridor Management Plan - Hartford (2008)

VT 103 Corridor Management Plan - Chester and Rockingham (2009)

U.S. 7 Corridor Management Plan - Rutland Town and Clarendon (2009)

Other Corridor Projects

Vergennes Planning and Environment Linkages (PEL) Study (underway)

Vermont Route 22A Corridor Projects


For more information, contact:

Christopher Clow, P.E.
Transportation Engineer
Tel:(802) 522-4901