On May 20, 2020

Road work is underway in mid-Vermont

This list includes the current road construction projects happening throughout Central Vermont. Most crews will cease work on the afternoon of Friday, May 22 in observance of Memorial Day. Activities will resume on Tuesday, May 26. Please remember to drive safely in all work zones. Lives depend on it.

I-91 Hartland – A bridge replacement along Depot Rd. over I-91 is underway. Motorists can expect lane reductions Northbound and Southbound, with reduced speeds enforced in the work zone.

Bethel – The bridge replacement project along VT 12 is up and running. Motorists should expect minimal delays as crews move equipment around the jobsite.

Castleton – Ledge removal activities along VT 30. A temporary traffic signal will now manage alternating one-way traffic. Expect minor delays.

Cavendish – Weathersfield – A road reclaim project continues along VT 131 with underdrain and paving activities. Motorists will now encounter a temporary traffic signal between Lindberg Dr. and Brook Rd. Plan on one-way alternating traffic with slight delays.

Fair Haven – Paving activities along VT 22A. Motorists will encounter one-way alternating traffic and some minor delays.

Pittsford – US 7 is under reconstruction. One truck lane will be closed Southbound, but two-way traffic will be maintained. Short stoppages of traffic may occur to move equipment/materials in and out of the construction zone.

West Rutland – Paving operations along VT 4A, with signal work at the intersection of BUS 4 and VT 4A. Motorists can expect one-way alternating traffic along VT 4A, with a speed and Westbound lane reduction in the area of the railroad crossing near Price Chopper Plaza.

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