Working with the State of Vermont’s Transportation Planning Initiative (TPI), the Addison County Regional Planning Commission undertakes transportation planning that encompasses all modes of transportation and incorporates citizen participation. The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) is the main vehicle for local input into transportation planning at the state and federal level. This committee is composed of one locally appointed member from each town in the county. It is responsible for maintaining, updating, and driving the implementation of the Regional Transportation Plan. The TAC is also responsible for identifying and prioritizing transportation projects in the region and providing local input and direction to VTrans, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the state and federal delegations regarding the transportation needs of the Addison county community as seen from the local perspective. In addition, every year the TAC sponsors several transportation feasibility studies directly for the towns. Two such examples are intersection studies and sidewalk feasibility studies.

Currently On-going Studies

Addison County Regional Transportation Plan Update (2016-2017)

VTransFieldMapUserAccess Use our easy access index for Field Assessment Maps to download a VTrans Field Assessment Map.
Check out our recent results on the “Effectiveness of Radar Speed Feedback Signs: A Test Case in Shelburne, VT from 2006-2012“.
View ACRPC’s demo of an interactive Addison County Regional Crash Map


Programs & Initiatives

Transportation Library

Additional Information

For important links to transportation planning information and projects, please click on the following:

State Transportation Resources

National Transportation Resources


For more information contact the ACRPC Transportation Planner Mike Winslow

Addison County Regional Planning Commission | 14 Seminary Street Middlebury, VT 05753 | 802.388.3141 |

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