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See below for news and highlights from the project.

See below for news and highlights from the project.

  • I-89 2050 Study Public Meeting - Transportation Demand Management

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    The I-89 2050 Study project team held a virtual public meeting on January 26, 2022. The team reported on the analysis of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies and alternative modes (transit, bike, pedestrian) to reduce the need for capital improvements on I-89.

  • "Traffic experts are planning ahead to determine if future construction is needed"

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    Lauren Granada with NBC 5 reports on the I-89 2050 Study and recent public meetings to discuss potential projects for the corridor that may be triggered by future traffic trends.

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  • South Burlington City Council Advisory Vote on Interstate 89 Interchange Alternatives

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    Joel Banner Baird for the Burlington Free Press reports on the advisory vote by South Burlington City Council to support Exit 12B.

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  • Transportation officials seek feedback on Exit 12B, other proposed I-89 improvements

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    The I-89 2050 Study project team met with representatives from a number of the South Burlington City Committees on Wednesday evening to discuss the interchange concepts being considered and garner feedback on evaluation of the options. Local 22 and Mike Hoey reported on the meeting.

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  • Baker: Chittenden County I-89 2050 Study is an Investment to Meet State and Regional Goals

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    This commentary is by Charlie Baker, Executive Director of the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission.

    In light of Richard Watts' recent opinion piece, I would like to address the Interstate 89 2050 Study to clarify its goals and current statue. I've addressed Mr. Watts' ares of concern: Climate, Equity, Travel Patterns, and Cost.

    Click Here to download the full editorial.


  • I-89 2050 Study Public Meeting in Williston

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    The Chittenden County I-89 2050 Study project team presented an overview of the project at a public meeting at Williston's Town Hall on February 13, 2020. This was the third of the three public meetings held around Chittenden County as part of the first round of public outreach.



  • I-89 2050 Study Public Meeting in South Burlington

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    The Chittenden County I-89 2050 Study project team presented an overview of the project at a public meeting at South Burlington's City Hall on January 30, 2020. This was the first of three public meetings held around Chittenden County as part of the first round of public outreach.



  • I-89 2050 Study Public Meeting in Winooski (3/11/20)

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    The Chittenden County I-89 2050 Study project team presented an overview of the project at a public meeting at Winooski's City Hall on March 11, 2020. This was the third of three public meetings held around Chittenden County as part of the first round of public outreach.



  • I-89 2050 Study Interview with Charlie Baker & Dave Saladino

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    Diane Meyerhoff hosts an interview with Charlie Baker, CCRPC Executive Director, and Dave Saladino, VHB Consultant Team Project Manager, on Channel 17 to discuss the Chittenden County Interstate 89 2050 Study. In the video below they discuss the project background, process, and goals of the study. They also share ways for the public to get involved in the conversation.



  • First Round of Public Input Begins January 30th

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    Share your thoughts and ideas for the I-89 corridor. Come out to one of the public meetings, watch a live stream of the public meeting, or provide your feedback online.

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