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Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Scoping Study

 

Cabot, Vermont

DuBois & King provided planning and design services to develop conceptual plans to create a safer environment for Cabot’s Main Street. One of the primary goals of the project was to develop effective and affordable measures to reduce traffic speeds through the Village, including both short-term measures that the Town could undertake and longer-term infrastructure improvements. The study assessed the feasibility and best location of a sidewalk and crosswalk extending from the Cabot Creamery to the recreation fields. The goal of the project is to enhance the aesthetic character of Cabot Village and the ability of residents and visitors to move safely along the Route 215 corridor in the central part of the Village.

The scope of work included a planning process that identified the needs of pedestrians and/or bicyclists within defined areas. The study included identification and prioritization of improvements; public engagement to solicit local input and gain support; assessment of historical, archeological, and environmental constraints; documentation of project issues and overall feasibility; and development of a preliminary cost estimate for further engineering, project administration, and construction.

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