The WRC has a strong commitment to transportation planning that accurately reflects the priorities of all the communities it serves.  Our transportation program is based on the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s (VTrans) Transportation Planning Initiative (TPI) Manual and Guidebook, a collaboration between VTrans and the eleven Vermont Regional Planning Commissions.

Our Transportation Work Program is directed by the Transportation Committee that includes representatives and key stakeholders from towns and organizations in the region. Part of their work includes an annual prioritization of regional transportation projects which helps VTrans to prioritize their work across the region.  Staff also conduct traffic studies to collect vehicle volume, speed and classification (link to Traffic Count request form). More information about the Committee meetings, agendas and work can be found here.

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Road Safety Audit Review for Route 100 in Weston

Road Safety Audit Revewi for Route 100 in Weston, click here.

Rt. 30 Transportation Needs Assessment Survey: Your Input is Needed!

Do you live, work, access medical care, or otherwise travel along VT-30? Please consider taking a moment to fill out the Route 30 Transportation Needs Assessment survey. Southeast Vermont Transit, together with VTrans and the Windham Regional Commission, are working together to evaluate transportation needs for residents and visitors along Route 30 from Brattleboro to Stratton Mountain.

Does lack of reliable transportation hurt your access to employment or educational opportunities? Would public transportation help you stay connected to your community? We'd like to know.  Please come share your experiences with SeVT and the WRC as we work to build a transportation network in Southeastern Vermont that serves the needs of all.  You can find the survey at

A project website has been created here:


3-4-50 is a simple but powerful way to understand and communicate the overwhelming impact of chronic disease in Vermont and the importance that three driving behaviors, physical activity, diet, and tobacco use, can have on an individual’s health. 3-4-50 is about making a difference at a level that can influence the health of many. Businesses, schools, cities and towns, and health care providers all play an important role in shaping the health of Vermonters. Our common goal is to make the healthy choice the easy choice where we live, work, learn and play. Let’s stand together to promote healthy communities! Contact Shyla, Public Health Nutritionist at the Brattleboro Department of Health Office, at 802-251-2108.


Regional Transportation Plan Update

The Regional Transportation Plan Update was recently completed through the work of WRC staff, with input from the WRC Transportation Committee and our towns.  The plan was approved at the Transportation Committee meeting held on June 10th, 2013.  This update set the model for the currently onging Regional Plan Update, and will be up for town approval as an addendum to the Regional Plan during the public review process.  A digital copy of the Transportation Plan can be found by following this link to our Publications page, or by clicking on the "Publications" tab above.  The plan is divided into chapters and found under the heading "Regional Transportation Plan" on that page. Any comments or questions can be directed to Matt Mann at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ext 120.

Updated Route 100 Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan

Scenic Route 100 Byway is located in south-central Vermont. Running along the east edge of the Green Mountains, this 138 mile byway has a wide range of historic, cultural, scenic, natural and recreational resources. Recognized by Yankee Magazine as one of “the most scenic drives in New England” and part of Vermont’s “Skiers Highway” which connects some of the best skiing and riding opportunities in the northeast. From the Town of Stamford, on the VT/MA boarder to the Town of Granville, this byway now includes 20 towns. This is now Vermont’s second largest Byway, behind the Connecticut River Byway, crisscrossing along the spine of the Green Mountain from the Mad River Byway to the Massachusetts’s border. This has been a wonderful grassroots effort resulting from the joint partnerships of town representatives, various Chambers of Commerce, Regional Planning Commissions, and supportive businesses along Route 100..

The Town of Readsboro supports the Route 100 Scenic Byway and is requesting to be a part of it. Below is a link to the updated Route 100 Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan. There will be an upcoming Public Hearing with the Scenery Preservation Council to review letters of support, take public comment and support with the purpose of making a recommendation to the Transportation Board to include the Town of Readsboro into the Route 100 Scenic Byway. Feel free to call Matt, x120, with any questions.

WRC Compiles Report on Route 9, Route 100 Intersection Public Meeting

In November 2012, a public meeting was held in Wilmington to discuss the impacts of traffic at the Route 9, Route 100 intersection.  Following that public meeting, the WRC compiled a report on the input collected through both comments made during the meeting, and comment sheets collected after the meeting.  This report is meant to assist the town of Wilmington and VTrans in their future decision making process with regards to traffic improvements.  The report is now available in a PDF version below.  Please contact Matt Mann at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (ext 120) if you have any questions about the report.

Rt 9/Rt 100 Intersection Report (1.2MB PDF)

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