Reports & Studies
The Burlington Bike Path Task Force was established by a City Council resolution in October 2010 to look at how to make comprehensive upgrades to Burlington's Waterfront Bike Path as well as the rest of the city's path network. The Task Force is charged with recommending improvements to be made and recommending a financing mechanism to fund the work. The City Council asked for a report back by October 2011.
Some Burlington Bike Path Task Force materials can be found below -- the official site of the Burlington Bike Path Task Force can be found on the Burlington Parks & Recreation's website.
For any additional information, please contact Parks & Recreation Director Mari Steinbach (802-864-0123) or Local Motion Executive Director Chapin Spencer (802-861-2700). We'd welcome your involvement!
PUBLIC FORUM: MARCH 14, 2012 @ 5:30pm
BIKE PATH IMPROVEMENT FEASIBILITY STUDY -- RELEASED FEB 2012
MEETING #4: JUNE 27, 2011 @ 7:30am
Burlington Dept of Parks & Recreation
MEETING #3: JANUARY 11, 2011
At Parks & Recreation Offices, 645 Pine Street
Meeting AgendaResults of Online Bike Path Survey
MEETING #2: DECEMBER 7, 2010
At Miller Recreation Center, 130 Gosse Court
Notes from the Public ForumMeeting AgendaPress Release
MEETING #1: NOVEMBER 5, 2010
At ECHO, 1 College Street
Meeting AgendaDraft Meeting Notes
Members of the Task ForceCity Council Resolution Establishing Task Force2002 Bike Path Improvement Feasibility Study2005 Island Line Sign & Amenity Plan2010 Report "Estimating Tourism Expenditures on the Burl. Bike Path"