Millerton Pedestrian Plan

Transportation Council
Eoin Wrafter, Commissioner


Pedestrian infrastructure plays a critical role in building healthy, vibrant communities. To support communities in their efforts to become more walkable, we assist local municipalities with pedestrian plans.

The Millerton Pedestrian Plan is the fifth DCTC-supported pedestrian study completed in recent years, building on previous studies in Rhinebeck, Hyde Park, Pine Plains, and the Arlington Town Center. These studies can be found on our Publications page.

Representatives from a Village-designated volunteer Task Force worked with us to guide the study. The project included three main components: 1) An inventory of existing pedestrian infrastructure; 2) Recommendations to improve pedestrian access and safety; and 3) Design concepts for several focus areas.

The inventory of existing conditions was completed in spring 2017, followed by an open house that summer to gather feedback on local issues and possible improvements. We held a public presentation in fall 2017 to share draft recommendations, completed the Final Plan in early 2018, and presented the report to the Village Board in February 2018.

Project Materials (all downloadable files are .pdf)

Plan Presentation (November 2017)


1- Study Area
2- Population Density
3- Traffic Volume
4- Sidewalk Conditions
5- Sidewalk Issues
6- Curb Ramps
7- Marked Crosswalks & Pedestrian Signals
8- Streetscape Amenities
9- Parking Lots & Commercial Driveways
10- Pedestrian and Bicycle Counts
11- Open House Notes- Issues
12- Open House Notes- Suggestions
13- Infrastructure Recommendations


1- Main-Maple plan view drawing
2- Main-Maple elevation drawing
3- Main-John plan view drawing
4- Main-John elevation drawing
5- Century Blvd plan view drawing
6- Century Blvd elevation drawing

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