About 60 residents turned out for the Pine Street Coalition (PSC) Neighborhood Meeting December 8 at Burlington Public Works Conference Room. The PSC stressed a set of Redesign Guidelines achieves transportation facilities “cheaper, cleaner, quicker and (much) safer,” “doing more than less,” said PSC's Tony Redington.
Charles Simpson gave introductory remarks, then introduced the three
person panel, Steve Goodkind, former Burlington Public Works
Director; Tony Redington, an advocate for transportation safety and
roundabouts; and Diane Gayer, an architect and principal of the
Vermont Design Institute.” You can view the presentations and
lengthy public question and answer period on Channel 17 here: