Williston is one of Chittenden County's core communities and includes historic village centers, natural conservation areas, large residential developments and major commercial and office parks. Williston is also home to Fellowship of the Wheel, a nonprofit mountain biking-focused advocacy organization that maintains 100 miles of trails across Chittenden county.WillistonBarn.jpg

Local Motion is supportive of local efforts to make Williston a safe and pleasant place to walk and bike. We have helped students at Williston Central School learn how to pedal with style and confidence through our Bike Smart trainings and encouraged adults to make two wheel transportation a part of their routine through many Everyday Bicycling workshops. We've also provided technical assistance in Williston by participating on many transportation project committees such as the Williston-Essex Network Transportation Study.

To become more involved in making Williston a safe and welcoming environment for walking and biking consider getting involved by helping to create a Williston Walk/Bike community group.

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Williston Road Bike Lanes

Local Motion worked with the Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and was instrumental in extending bicycle facilities along Williston Rd to include the entire state highway portion of Williston Rd to VT 2A as part of the repaving planned for summer 2016. Specific improvements include a combination of bike lanes, buffered bike lanes, 11-ft vehicle travel lanes and conflict zone markings using green paint.

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