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Public Meetings

Recent Public Meeting

Thank you for attending the recent public meeting held on January 23, 2024, at the Winooski School District. If you were unable to attend, the presentation is posted here.  A video recording of the presentation is posted here.  

Past Public Meeting

Thank you for attending the public meeting on September 19, 2023, at the O'Brien Community Center. The presentation and a video recording of the presentation are posted on the Project Documents page of this website. 

Numerous public meetings will be held throughout the duration of the project to keep everyone informed.

VTrans ensures that all public meeting meetings and locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with a disability may request accommodations in order to fully participate in any public meeting held by VTrans.   Requests for accommodations must be made at least 10 calendar days prior to the date of the meeting for which services are requested.  

In addition, requests for translation, interpretive, or other services must be made at least 10 calendar days prior to the date of the meeting for which services are requested. 

Please make requests to:

Colleen Montague, AOT Civil Rights Director & EEO Officer

219 North Main Street, Barre, VT 05641

(802) 777-2654 or Colleen.Montague@vermont.gov

Visit Us at Local Events

We were excited to attend numerous local events in 2023 to share information about the project and meet members of the community. We look forward to attending more events in 2024.

COMMUNITY EVENTS in 2023
The project was a proud sponsor of Halloween in Winooski. We hope you saw our project banner surrrounded by all the pumpkins.

The project team also worked with Arts So Wonderful to help repaint the mural located on the Winooski side of the bridge.

Lastly, the project team attended the Burlington and Winooski Farmer's Markets. We had a wonderful time discussing the project and receiving feedback from everyone who stopped by the project tent.  

An outdoor information booth set up by the Vermont Agency of Transportation. The booth, covered by a white canopy tent, prominently displays a green banner with ‘VERMONT Agency of Transportation.’ On the table, various items like papers, maps, and informational materials are neatly organized. Behind the table, another banner highlights details about the Burlington Winooski Bridge Project. In the background, bleachers suggest a sports field or public event area.

Stay Informed

The project team, including VTrans, City of Burlington, City of Winooski, and CCRPC, is committed to an open and inclusive public outreach process. There will be many ways to learn about that project and provide your opinion.

To stay informed, we encourage you to sign up for email updates and submit project comments.  

If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Consultant Project Manager, Josh Olund.

Josh Olund, Consultant Project Manager
Email:  jolund@hntb.com
Phone: (207) 228-0893

Three people painting on a wall under a bridge. The wall is covered in colorful paint, forming an abstract pattern. One person wears a white t-shirt with text on the back, while the others are in dark clothing. They use rollers to apply paint. The green surroundings include trees and grass