May 26, 2018

Chittenden County Roadwork

The Route 2 repaving project between Waterbury and Bolton will cause lane closures with alternating one lane travel. Traffic control will be present, and motorists should expect traffic delays.

Essex Junction
Woods End Drive is closed from Rivendell to Acorn Circle from Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for road construction. Properties in the construction zone will have access and the project should be completed by July 7.

Camel’s Hump Road is closed to non-residential vehicular traffic beginning at Salvas Road due to springtime conditions and will reopen as weather permits.

Interstate 89 – Between Richmond and Colchester
Paving of north and southbound I-89 between Richmond and Colchester will cause lane closures and traffic delays through the end of August. Work is being done Sunday through Thursday between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. The speed limit is reduced to 55 miles per hour, and fines are doubled for speeding within the construction zone. This week, work will be on the northbound side where there will be milling at mile marker 87.6 near Exit 13 proceeding north, and crack filling in both lanes beginning at mile marker 79.0 near Exit 12 proceeding north. Motorists should use extreme caution while driving through the construction area.

Interstate 89 – Milton Bridges Project
On Wednesday and Thursday, the right lane of the northbound bridge on the interstate over the Lamoille River in Milton will be closed between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. On Thursday, the right lane of the southbound bridge will be closed between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The northbound right shoulder at the Milton Bridge over the Lamoille River is closed.

Interstate 89 – Williston
Motorists should be aware of workers doing repair on the South Brownell Road Bridge north of Exit 12 in Williston over I-89 for the next several weeks. All work will be done from the interstate with occasional shoulder closings.
Work at the intersection of Vermont Routes 2 and 117 will cause occasional minor traffic delays throughout the week. Traffic control will be present.

Work on the side of the road on the north end of Mallett’s Bay Avenue will have minimal impact on traffic during the week.
Information provided by Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission.

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