Park Burlington, a public-private partnership between Burlington Business Association and the Department of Public Works, announces the release of a new interactive parking map covering downtown Burlington. The map was created by Lauren Grimley, Lee Peters, Jon Russell, and Michael Muzzy, as a capstone project at Burlington Code Academy. “Burlington isn’t Boston or Montreal, but […]
The Burlington Business Association (BBA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Alex Bunten as special projects manager. Taking over from Derik Wrightson, Bunten will work closely with key stakeholders and the City of Burlington to improve the parking and transportation dynamics in the Queen City. The BBA was formed in 1978 to help advance the […]
The 15th Annual BBA Business Summit brought together industry experts, community leaders, and interested business owners and residents for an in-depth discussion of what transportation innovation will mean for Burlington. Keynote speaker Jeff Olson of Alta Planning and Design called on the nearly 100 attendees at the offices of VEIC, to consider the ways in […]
All this week, downtown visitors can get $3 parking meters by using the “Parkmobile” app and promo code ‘BTV’. Visit your app store or parkmobile.com to download the “Parkmobile” app. If you don’t have a smartphone, simply call (877) 727-5010 to register for an account and call the same number anytime to initiate a […]
The creation of the Downtown Parking and Transportation Council was approved by a unanimous vote of the City Council on January 23rd meeting. It was one of several initiatives approved in a package of important next steps outlined the Downtown Parking & Transportation Plan. In 2017 The Burlington Business Association will take on a key […]
On December 21st, City Council unanimously voted to adopt the Downtown Parking & Transportation plan. The plan represents more than two years of close collaboration between the Department of Public Works (DPW), the Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO), and the Burlington Business Association (BBA) and represents a new attempt to approach downtown parking […]
Parking in downtown Burlington has never been easier. Beginning November 27th, downtown parkers will now be able to pay for any on-street parking meeting with their cell phone using Parkmobile.
Over the past year Burlington has seen changes to its parking system, such as the installation of smart meters downtown, improvements to the garages, and changes to rates and hours of enforcement. These changes were only the beginning of a long-term parking and transportation management strategy for downtown Burlington. The Downtown Parking & Transportation Management Plan’s goal […]