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CATMA Members

Founding Members

Champlain College Transportation/Shuttles
Champlain College - Sustain Champlain - Sustain Champlain Blog
Fletcher Allen - Community Health Improvement (CHI)
UVM - Transportation & Parking


Associate Members

Chittenden County RPC

        City of Burlington


Employer Partnerships
Community College of Vermont            
State of Vermont, downtown Burlington

 Complete Streets

Complete Streets Cover 200px Is a policy that integrates the needs of users of all ages and abilities into street designs. This means pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and public transportation users are all considered when constructing a new road or re-paving an existing one. Complete Streets legislation was passed in 2011. Check out this Complete Streets guide for information on how to implement this concept.

This guide was made possible by Vermont Department of Health’s Fit and Healthy Vermonters Program. Technical expertise and oversight was provided by AARP Vermont, Vtrans, Vermont Department of Economic, Housing and Community Development, Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, and the Vermont League of Cities and Towns. 

 
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Campus Walking Routes Map

Fletcher Allen, the University of Vermont and CATMA have partnered to develop a walking map, highlighting suggessted routes with distances and level of difficulty in and around the two campuses. Whether you're a visitor to the area, an employee or student looking to get outside for some fresh air and exercise, you can find a wellness walk to fit your needs. Walking is one of the best activities for getting and staying physically active throughout the seasons. Walking is relatively easy; it is a self-paces activity that brings with it many positive health benefits. As a low intensity cardiovascular activity, walking has benefits for everyone. All ages and abilities can benefit from daily walk for health and fitness.

Click here for a PDF of the Campus Walking Routes Map


City of Burlington PD Alerts


City of Burlington Police Department offers alerts and advisories relative to transportation and community matters thru Nixle.
It immediately connects you to trusted, important information by text message, email, and over the web.

To sign up click here.

 

CCTA Text Alerts

CCTA offers text alerts on any route delays or changes.

To sign up for this service, click here.

 

State Travel Information


Bicycle Resources

City of Burlington Biking & Walking Resources/Guidelines
Adirondack Bike Resource
Bicycle Benefit
s
Endomondo
Green Mountain Bike Club
League of American Bicyclists
Lightweights Safety Gear

LocalMotion
Terry Precision Cycling
Trail Finder


Transportation, Commuter and Community Resources

American Public Health Association
Association for Commuter Transportation
(ACT)
Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC)
Burlington Business Association (BBA)
Burlington International Airport

Burlington Walk-Bike Council (BWBC)
CarShare Vermont
Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR)
Champlain Initiative
Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA)
City of Burlington
ECOS (Environment, Community, Opportunity, Sustainability) Project
Go Vermont/ Connecting Commuters
Greyhound Bus Service
Hinesburg Rides
Idle Free Vermont
Megabus Service
Run Vermont
Side-by-Side Router Comparison

Safe Streets Collaborative
Transportation Research Center
(TRC)
Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTRANS)
Way To Go! Commuter Challenge (W2G)