Killington’s Select Board is planning to make over the entrance to the central Vermont resort town along Route 4 and Route 100. The goal, town officials say, is to create "a true sense of arrival" to the biggest ski area in the east.
The Board hopes the project will also improve pedestrian accessibility and traffic safety.
Last year, the town received a transportation enhancement grant from the Agency of Transportation to fund a study of the proposed project.
The initial cost estimate is just over $2 million, 75 percent of which could potentially come from state and federal sources.
A photo-simulation of the triangle on Route 100 in Killington.