Montpelier City Council to consider intersection proposals
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The Montpelier City Council will be considering recommendations for addressing a conflicted intersection and other traffic issues at its upcoming meeting.
The Times Argus reports that the Barre and Main streets intersection presents the most pressing problem for the city, with the imminent completion of the shared-use recreation path between Taylor and Main streets.
The findings of a yearlong street scoping study were presented earlier this month at a public meeting. The aim is to find walking and bicycling improvements on Main and Barre streets. The report proposed safety related changes to roadways, intersections, sidewalks and shared-use recreational paths.
The council meets on Wednesday.