Corridor Studies


New transportation facilities and major capacity improvements to our roadways are becoming increasingly difficult to develop, due to financial constraints, environmental and community challenges as well as jurisdictional issues which stifle solutions to transportation problems. Such challenges require more creative, collaborative, and cooperative approaches to solve and prevent our future trans­portation problems.

ACRPC occassionally conducts corridor studies of significant corridors within the region, which follow the process recommended in the Vermont Corridor Management Handbook. Corridor management studies undertake; The review and analysis of current and future corridor conditions; Development of a corridor vision and goals; The development and evaluation of strategies addressing congestion, safety and other concerns within the corridor, as well as the corridor’s local areas of influence.

Below is a historic listing of major and minor corridor studies undertaken within the Addison Region.



  • Vermont Western Corridor Transportation Management Plan

  • Middlebury River / VT Route 125 Benefit-Cost Analysis


  • Town of Monkton ~ Commuter Corridor Planning & Feasibility Study


  • Downtown Bristol Traffic Study




Related Information:

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

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