Plainfield Traffic Speed Study

Plainfield Counters Map 2017

Click Here for Large View of Plainfield Counters Map

note: “85% percentile – 45mph” means that the maximum speed traveled by 85% of the vehicles was 45mph OR LESS. (my previously posted definition was wrong, sorry for the misunderstanding)
note: the crash figures only refer to the small area where the counters were placed and are not related to speed or the overall number of crashes on the road.

The town of Plainfield asked Central Vermont Regional Planning to make a traffic study of roads near the village.

LINKS TO DAN CURRIER OF CENTRAL VERMONT REGIONAL PLANNING PRESENTING THE REPORT TO THE PLAINFIELD SELECTBOARD

Dan Currier Presents Traffic Study

The Case for Using Speed Tables

Speed Table Discussion Continues

New Radar Sign Discussion

Traffic and Budget Discussion

 Special thanks to Dan Currier for overseeing the project and presenting the data.Click on the links below for the information about the various areas where the counters were placed

LOWER ROAD SPEED

LOWER ROAD VOLUME

MIDDLE ROAD SPEED

MIDDLE ROAD VOLUME

BROOK ROAD VOLUME

BROOK ROAD SPEED

BARRE HILL SPEED

BARRE HILL ROAD VOLUME

BROOK ROAD SPEED

BROOK ROAD VOLUME

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