November 1, 2014

Chittenden County Roadwork

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September 26th, 2013

The following projects are underway, according to the latest update provided by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission.

Bolton

Motorists should be aware of paving on Route 2 from Waterbury Village to Bolton.

Burlington

On Thursday, there will be paving on Intervale Avenue, and Russell, Adsit, Bradley and Buell streets. On Friday, there will be paving on Cherry and Main streets, and if time permits, Elm Terrace, Deforest Heights and Buell Street. On Sept. 28, there will be paving on Deforest Heights, the Buell and Orchard Terrace intersection, and possibly lower Pearl Street from St. Paul to South Winooski. Parking may be restricted at times, and this project should be completed by Oct. 1.
Charlotte

The Quinlan Covered Bridge on Spear Street is closed to traffic through September. Motorists must seek alternate routes.

Essex

Work continues on repaving Vt. Route 128 from the intersection of Route 15 in Essex extending north on 128 for 5.7 miles into Westford. Motorists should expect speed limit reductions when traveling through this zone. 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.

Richmond

The Checkered House Bridge on Route 2 has occasional one lane travel as work on the approach roads continue through September. Work continues on the Park & Ride on Route 2 and parking spaces will be limited. This project is expected to be completed in June of 2014.

Winooski

Reconstruction of Malletts Bay Avenue between the Colchester-Winooski border to the railroad tracks near West Allen Street continues. Motorists should expect delays. This project is expected to continue through the end of October.

Countywide

Motorists should be aware of bridge washing, centerline painting and stencil painting on the Interstate and state roads.

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