On August 5, 2020

Road construction projects for the week of Aug.3

Here is a list of road construction projects happening throughout Vermont. Please remember to drive safely in all work zones. Lives depend on it.

Rutland and Windsor counties

Bethel –  The bridge replacement along VT 12 continues. The traffic pattern will require vehicles to navigate different lanes to get around the work zone. Expect gravel surfaces and some delays.

Bristol – Storm drain work along VT 116 this week. Travelers may encounter areas of one-way alternating traffic.

Cavendish – Weathersfield – A road reclamation project continues along VT 131. Motorists will encounter multiple areas of one-way alternating traffic and gravel road surfaces. A temporary traffic signal between Lindberg Dr. and Brook Road will result in some delays. Expect longer than usual delays in the area of the traffic signal this week.

Hartford –  A roundabout and sidewalk project continues along US 5. Traffic will operate as one thru lane and one turn lane in each direction, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Mount Holly – VT 155 is closed for a bridge and culvert replacement over Mill River. The closure will be in place for the next several weeks, with a signed detour in effect utilizing VT 100 and VT 103. Please plan accordingly.

Norwich –  A rail crossing improvement project is underway along River Road. Motorists may encounter one-way alternating traffic.

Pittsford –  Multiple activities for roadway reconstruction along US 7 this week. Motorists should expect intermittent stoppages of traffic, with speed reductions and delays. Plan on adding a few extra minutes to your travel times.

Putney –  The bridge along US 5 at the intersection of Kimball Hill Road  is open to all travelers. There may be one-way alternating daytime traffic on the bridge as repair operations continue.

West Rutland –  Motorists can expect one-way alternating traffic along VT 4A and VT 133 for paving work around sidewalk areas. Storm drain work along VT 133 this week. Minor delays.

Windsor – Hartland – A paving project continues along US 5. Travelers should expect areas of alternating one-way traffic with some delays.

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