Do You Live, Work, or Travel Through Northern Addison County?
We Want To Hear From You!
VTrans, in partnership with ACRPC has launched a public survey for the Vergennes Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study. Help VTrans and the ACRPC explore options for reducing the impacts of truck traffic on VT 22A (Main Street) in Downtown Vergennes and better understand the issues that are important to you!
We invite you to complete the survey to share your insights and feedback! Transportation solutions being evaluated include new roadways, improvements to existing roadways, and an option where traffic flow does not change. Potentially affected municipalities include Ferrisburgh, Vergennes, Waltham, Weybridge, Panton, Addison and New Haven.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the Vergennes PEL Study Public Survey by clicking here or following the link below! And please share it with your friends and neighbors!
The survey will be available online through Monday, September 25.
Requests for translation services or assistance to complete the survey, should be made to email@example.com, by September 18.
*A printed version of the survey can be made available upon request.
The results from this survey will be shared later this fall and integrated into upcoming work for this study - including land use visioning and alternative evaluation.
To stay up to date on the study and learn more about future opportunities for public participation, sign up to join our mailing list!
Not familiar with the Vergennes PEL Study or need a refresher? Supporting documentation about the study and additional resources can be found below.
About the Vergennes PEL Study
The Vergennes PEL Study is evaluating transportation alternatives that reduce the impact of large truck traffic on VT Route 22A and Downtown Vergennes to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality in Vergennes and the surrounding towns.