The following projects are underway, according to updates provided by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Association.
September 5th, 2013
The Burlington Street Reconstruction Program includes work between 4 and 6 a.m. On Sept. 7, there will be paving on Main and Cherry streets in the early morning hours. Work also continues on Buell, Bradley, Orchard Terrace and Elm streets, along with Deforest Heights, Sandra Circle, Arlington Street, Shore Road and Laurel, Front, Poplar, Bright, Luck, Russell and Adsit streets. Parking may be restricted at times. This project is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 1.
The Quinlan Covered Bridge on Spear Street is closed to traffic through September. Motorists must seek alternate routes.
Work continues on repaving Vermont Route 128 from the intersection of Route 15 in Essex extending north on 128 for 5.7 miles into Westford. Traffic control will be present during the construction period and motorists are asked to use extreme caution. The project is expected to continue until Oct. 4.
Weed Road is closed between Sleepy Hollow and Route 15 due to storm damage. Motorists must seek an alternative route.
The installation of a new traffic signal and left turn lane at the intersection of Sand Hill Road and Vermont Route 117 (River Road) will cause minor traffic delays. Traffic control will be present, the speed limit has been reduced to 30 miles per hour and fines are doubled This project is expected to be completed by mid-October.
Work on the Route 116 paving project includes work on the bridge near Mechanicsville Road and the bridge located south of Hinesburg Village. Traffic control will be present, and motorists should expect delays.
The Checkered House Bridge on Route 2 has occasional one lane travel as work on the approach roads continue.
Motorists should be aware of mowing, stenciling, line striping and shoulder repairs on the interstate and state roads.