Public Meeting: I-89 Corridor Study

Public Meeting: I-89 Corridor Study

The City of South Burlington and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) are cosponsoring a public meeting on the Chittenden County I-89 2050 Study.  This is a collaborative effort between the CCRPC and the Vermont Agency of Transportation to develop a comprehensive plan for Interstate 89 through Chittenden County, to address future transportation needs of all users while meeting our municipal, regional, and State goals such as: land use, livability, transportation, energy, climate, economy, environment, and fiscal responsibility. Currently, the study is evaluating multimodal transportation improvements at Exits 13 and 14 and a possible new interchange at Hinesburg Road ("Exit 12B"). 

Please join us on March 18th at 7:00 PM to get a deeper understanding of the study and provide feedback on the interchange improvements - see the information below to prepare for and access the meeting.

Project Information

  • I-89 Draft Second Round Interchange Evaluation Matrix (link)
  • Draft Interchange Concept Plans (link)
  • Interchange Traffic Evaluation Maps (link)
  • Asset Maintenance and Secondary Growth Metric Overview (link)

Materials developed for previous phases of work can be found on the Project Overview page.

South Burlington Public Meeting   -   March 18 at 7 pm
Presentation slides and a video recording of the presentation are posted on the Envision89 project website (and quick links noted below) and the public is encouraged to review/watch before the meeting.

More information on outreach efforts and public meetings can be found on the Public Process page.