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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, the Dutchess County Transportation Council (DCTC), in partnership with the Dutchess County Planning Department, assists local municipalities with pedestrian plans.

The Millerton Pedestrian Plan is the fifth MPO-supported sidewalk study, building on previous studies in the Village of Rhinebeck (2011), Town of Hyde Park (2013), Town of Pine Plains (2014), and Arlington Town Center (2017).


Scope of Work

For this project, representatives from a Village-designated volunteer Task Force are working with the DCTC to guide the study.
The project includes three main components: 1) An inventory of existing pedestrian infrastructure in the Village; 2) Recommendations to improve pedestrian access and safety in the Village; and 3) Design concepts for one or more focus areas.

The inventory of existing conditions was completed in May 2017, and an open house event was held in early August at the NorthEast-Millerton Library. The project team is currently developing recommendations and considering design concepts.

A final report with prioritized recommendations for improvements is expected around the end of 2017.

Project Materials 


Study Area Map
Sidewalk Conditions
Sidewalk Issues
Curb Ramps
Marked Crosswalks & Pedestrian Signals
Streetscape Amenities

Inventory summary tables

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