Current Road Construction Projects in Scenic Vt.

On The Road  | July 16, 2017

Proms and graduation mark the end of the school year. I urge all parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles to take time to connect with these teens and not only show some love, but show concern. There will be lots of parties, group functions and just plain driving around. Remind them that automobile crashes are the number one cause of death for teenagers. Drive sober, limit the number of people in a vehicle, use seatbelts and “Groom Before You Zoom!” Have your best look before you take off so you do not have to check on the road.

 

 

Interstates

I-89 Colchester to Swanton has a repaving project with night work from 6 p.m. to 6 am. There will also be daytime work throughout the week, weather permitting. There will be pavement marking up to Exit 19. Bridge joint work in both northbound and southbound lanes from Milton to Swanton. In Georgia, culvert replacement projects will continue. There will be no lane closures during morning and afternoon commuting hours. Culvert work between Exits 12 and 13 on the South Burlington stretch of I-89 this week. Expect day and night work with median projects causing reduced speeds and lane restrictions. In Middlesex, drivers should expect daily northbound and southbound lane closures and slower speed limits near the US 2 overpass.

I-91 Northbound in Lyndon the right lane and shoulder will be closed for ledge removal. Expect lane shifts. In Rockingham Exit 6 northbound on ramp will close until July 21. Motorists should look for detour signage. In Brattleboro, the bridge replacement project will have limited effect on traffic this week.

Around the state

•VT 78 Highgate has a culvert replacement project.

VT 242 in Jay has a bridge replacement project. Motorists should expect a one-lane road with traffic light. Lane restricted to 12’ in width.

•US 5 in Coventry has a ledge removal project that will close the road for 30 days starting July 24. In the meantime alternating one-lane traffic will cause delays.

•US 7 in Colchester at VT 2A and VT 127 intersections in Colchester are closed for seven weeks. Detour is in place. Motorists should expect some delays in this area.

•US 2 from Williston to South Burlington and VT 2A in Williston have a nighttime paving project that will affect traffic between 7pm and 6am.

•US 2 in Richmond has bridge project that will close US 2 for four weeks starting July 21.

•US 2 in Middlesex has a bridge replacement project affecting traffic. Lane closures on I-89 will slow traffic. Alternating one-lane traffic should be expected on US 2 again this week. Expect delays.

 

•Montpelier: Night work on Main Street continues. Day work will continue on Northfield Street with alternating one-lane traffic causing delays.

•US 302 at the Barre/Berlin town line into the city. Most of the next phase will be done during the day with minimal effect on traffic.

•VT 100B in Moretown has that long-term bridge project with traffic signals and one lane.

•VT 63 in Berlin and Barre Town has a resurfacing project with lane closures. Expect delays.

•VT 64 has roadwork causing lane closures. Delays likely.

•VT 12A from Granville Town Line to Northfield has a road improvement project affecting traffic. Look for multiple work zones in this project area. Traffic will be reduced to one lane. Expect delays.

•VT 110 in Chelsea will have a bridge closure that will affect traffic. Bridge # 9 will be closed until July 24. Look for detour signs.

•VT 125B in Bradford is closed until September 8. Work on Bradford Bridge #1 near the intersection of VT 125 will require traffic to take alternates routes. Look for signage with directions.

•US 7 Charlotte, Middlebury-Ferrisburgh has multiple construction projects. Expect a two-way traffic detour as well as alternating one-lane traffic along US 7. Drivers should expect delays.

•VT 116 (Hinesburg Road) in South Burlington is closed to through traffic for roadwork.

Middlebury Main Street, VT 30/Main Street has temporary bridges being installed. Main Street closed for approximately two weeks for installation starting July 21.

•New Haven, Campground Road has a rail-crossing project requiring alternating one-lane traffic.

•VT 125 in Hancock, near the intersection of RT 100 will close on Friday, July 28 at 6pm. It will reopen on Monday, July 31. A culvert replacement project will be completed during this time.

•VT 125 in Hancock has a paving project going on. Alternating one-lane traffic will slow traffic this week. Although mainline paving is done, minor projects must be completed. Expect delays.

•VT 73 in Rochester has a paving project slowing traffic this week. Motorists should expect alternating one-lane traffic and delays in this work zone.

•VT 100A in Plymouth will be closed daily from 8am – 4pm. This closure will last until August 25. The closure is for a slope stabilization project.

•VT 73 in Orwell has a bridge deck project that has closed the road until August 20, 2017. Look for posted detour.

•US 4 Rutland to Farm Road in Killington has a paving and culvert project. Crews will be working on the roadside weather permitting. Alternating one-lane traffic this week. Expect delays.

Safe Travels!