VT22A Truck Route Study

The report is being prepared by the consulting firm Stantec with funding provided by the Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) and the Vermont Department of Transportation.

Truck Traffic Study Results Release

There was a public meeting on Tuesday April 2, 2019 at the Vergennes Opera House to review and discuss the draft final report on strategies to minimize the damage from truck traffic on Vergennes downtown. The meeting started at 6PM with an informal opportunity to talk with the consultants, review the three options, and have personal questions addressed. A formal presentation began at 7PM followed by public comments.

The study considers three alternatives for alleviating the impacts of truck traffic: in-line changes to the existing 22A, construction of a by-pass around Vergennes, and use of Rt. 17 as an alternative truck route. The study considers benefits and costs of each alternative. The draft report should be available at this site by mid-March.

First Public “Issues & Concerns” Hearing: Wednesday, September 26th, 2018, 7:00PM, Vergennes Opera House

If you have any questions or would like to be added to the project email list, please contact Public Involvement Coordinator Cindy Cook at ccook@adamantaccord.com

Lake Champlain Bridge
from Crown Point, NY to Addison, VT ~ May 2012

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