Green Stormwater Infrastructure Bike Tour

Tour Green Infrastructure - by bike!

Maps available for Burlington, Rutland, and St. Albans

Burlington

Paper copies of the map are available at Local Motion. For an interactive experience, you can view the maps as an online StoryMap, which also includes an audio guide of the complete tour. The total distance is seven miles, taking you past storm-friendly pavement, stormwater trees and urban canopy, green roofs, rain gardens and bioretention, and gravel wetlands. 

Rutland

Pick up a FREE paper copy of the map at the following locations: Col Cycling (http://colcycling.weebly.com). Rutland Parks and Recreation (www.rutlandrec.com), Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (https://www.vacd.org/rcd), and Rutland Regional Planning Commission (https://www.rutlandrpc.org) offices will also have maps available.. Can't find one - drop us a line and we'll send one to you. 

The route starts at Col Cycling and takes you past permeable parking lots, rain gardens, and bioretention cells, ending at The Bakery for an eight mile ride.

Each stop provides a valuable stormwater management function. All sites are either publicly owned or visible from the public right of way. We encourage you to respect all safety and traffic rules while enjoying this route.

You can also download a PDF version of the map.

St. Albans

Our latest map takes you through the neighborhoods of St. Albans for a 6.5 mile ride past gravel wetlands, stormwater ponds, permeable pavement, and riparian buffer restoration. 

Download a PDF version of the map here

You can download a PDF version of the map or drop us a line and we can send you a print copy.