September 16, 2019
Welcome to On the Road. Here is a list of road construction projects happening throughout Vermont. Motorists are encouraged to stay focused when driving through work zones; lives depend on it. Safe travels!
I-89 Colchester Bridges – Reduced to one lane in the non-peak direction between Exits 16 and 17 during the day. Motorists should expect delays.
I-89 South Barre/Berlin – Northbound travel is reduced to one lane near Exit 6 as crews continue ledge removal.
I-91 Rockingham Bridges – Work continues on the bridge replacement project. Lane and speed reductions are in place throughout the work zone.
Around the State
Barre Town – An improvement project at the intersection of Mill St and VT-110. Mill St. is closed to through traffic during daytime construction. The road will be reopened at the end of each day for westbound traffic only.
Bethel – Construction is underway on Bridge 38 along VT-12. Expect some lane closures when the crane is working close to the roadway, causing slight delays.
Bethel/Royalton/Tunbridge – VT-107 and VT-110 have road improvement activities. Travelers should expect reduced speeds in the construction zones.
Brandon – The final season of construction along US-7. Slower speeds and intermittent one-way alternating traffic can be expected.
Brandon/Goshen – A road reclaim project is underway along VT-73. Alternating one-lane traffic and speed reductions are in place. Expect some delays in work zones, including Saturday.
Bristol – Bridge #12 along VT-116 currently has a width restriction. A temporary traffic signal is in place, with alternating one-way traffic.
Cambridge – VT-108 has a sloping project. Expect daytime lane closures with some small delays.
Essex, Jericho-Richmond – Paving activities continue along VT-117 with alternating one-lane traffic. Travelers should plan on reduced speeds and extended delays.
Essex/Underhill – Day and nighttime paving operations along VT-15 between Essex and Underhill. Motorists should plan on extended delays during peak hours, most mornings and afternoons.
Fairlee – VT-244 has a culvert project with one-way alternating traffic. Plan on slight delays.
Jamaica/Winhall – A road reclaim project is underway along VT-30 from the intersection of VT-100N to the intersection with VT-11 in Winhall. Travelers should expect multiple operations with alternating one-lane traffic, slower speed limits, and delays.
Manchester/Peru/Winhall – Paving along VT-11 this week, with alternating one-way traffic throughout. Expect delays.
Newport City – VT-191 will have intermittent shoulder closures with two-way traffic maintained and occasional lane closures with one-way alternating traffic.
North Hero/Grand Isle – The temporary drawbridge along US-2 is open to two lanes of traffic. Speed limit set at 25 MPH. Cyclists and motorcycles, use caution. Mariners: the temporary drawbridge opens at the top of the hour between 8AM and 8PM, 7 days/week. Mariners can request drawbridge openings by the bridge tender on Channel 13 or at 802-372-4360.
Orleans Village – The bridge over the Barton River remains closed for several weeks. A signed detour is in place. Expect one-way alternating traffic on VT-58 and Maple Street, with some delays.
Rutland/Pittsford – Paving activities along US-7. Motorists may encounter alternating one-lane traffic with minor delays.
St. Johnsbury – The Park and Ride at the intersection of US-2 and VT-2B is closed for improvements. Scheduled to re-open on 11/27.
Stamford – A paving project is underway along VT-100. There will be alternating one-way traffic during daytime hours. Expect some small delays.
Waterbury/Stowe – VT-100 rehabilitation project has night work this week with intermittent lane closures and alternating one-way traffic. Expect delays.
Williston – Night work on VT-2A for widening of the roadway. Alternating one-way traffic. Expect delays.
Wilmington-Stratton – Continued paving activities along VT-100 this week. Motorists can expect daywork with alternating one-way traffic.