Department of Public Works

Winooski Avenue Corridor Improvements

In March 2020, City Council directed the Department of Public Works to implement key recommendations of the Winooski Avenue Corridor Study. Implementation will be phased across several years.   


North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan

Mayor Weinberger and Presdident Tracy reviewed candidate applications and selected four community stakeholders to join the City Council Transportation, Energy and Utility Committee members to serve on a joint City Council-Stakeholder Committee for the North Winooski Avenue Parking Management Plan (PMP). The Commitee will review and approve the scope of work, methodology, and public engagement plan for the PMP; will receive periodic updates on the plan from the project team (DPW, Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, and consultants from RSG); review recommendations of the plan, and will approve the final PMP after it is presented to the Ward 2/3 NPA. Committee meetings will be virtual and open to the public. 

March 4, 2021 Committee Meeting #1

Agenda (includes Zoom instructions)
City Council-Stakeholder Committee Prodecudures - draft
Phase A Scope of Work - updated draft 

Meeting Notes
Committee Procedures - revised draft

CCTV meeting recording


July 22, 2021 Committee Meeting #2

Agenda (includes Zoom link and in-person meeting options)
Phase B Scope of Work - draft
Meeting notes

2020: Pearl Street to Maple Street

City Council directed DPW to pursue changes south of Pearl Street in 2020. These changes included:

  • New pavement markings from Pearl Street to Main Street (one southbound vehicle lane, one northbound vehicle lane, a center turning lane, and northbound and southbound bicycle lanes)
  • Continuous bike lanes in both directions south of Main Street
  • Consideration for physical protections for people walking and biking
  • Improvements for high-priority transit stops and pedestrian crossings

View construction plans and cross sections 

Public Works staff monitors completed projects for safety and effectiveness. Community feedback is always welcome. 


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Winooski Avenue Corridor Study Documents

2020 Winooski Avenue Corridor Study and Appendices
March 9 2020 City Council Resolution 
2016 Winooski Avenue Circulation Study


Project Manager

Nicole Losch, Senior Planner  |  nlosch (at)  |  802.391.6809