AOT Road Construction Report Week of November 22

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AOT Road Construction Report Week of November 22

Sat, 11/20/2021 - 4:07pm -- tim

Vermont Agency of Transportation This weekly report is a list of planned construction activities for the week of November 22 that will have traffic impacts on state highways throughout Vermont. Most crews will wrap work by Wednesday evening and be off through the weekend for the Thanksgiving holiday. As projects wind down for the season, this will serve as the final report for 2021. Travel Safely.

Interstates   

I-91 Hartford – Motorists will encounter continuous lane closures on I-91 in both directions between Exits 12 and 11 as bridge repair operations continue. 

Around the State 

Addison – VT 125 is closed just south of its intersection with VT 17 due to a washout of the roadway. A signed detour is in place utilizing VT 12, VT 22A, and VT 125.

Burlington – The Shelburne Street Roundabout project continues. A detour route is currently in effect for motorists to avoid significant traffic delays along U.S. 7 (Shelburne Street) between Flynn Ave and Howard St. The detour will divert traffic from U.S. 7 along Flynn Ave, Pine St., and Howard St.

U.S. 7 also continues to be closed to non-local traffic from the intersection with South Willard St. to the intersection with St. Paul/South Union St.

Burlington – The AMTRAK/Greenway project continues. Minimal traffic impacts are anticipated before the winter shutdown begins on December 1st.

Chester – Springfield – Multiple bridge replacement projects are underway on VT 11 between VT 103 in Chester and VT 106 in Springfield. Expect temporary traffic signals at two locations. Signals will be in operation through December 1st.

Colchester – Essex – Motorists can expect lane closures near the intersection of VT 15 and Lime Kiln Rd. between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for sidewalk work.

Fair Haven – Castleton – Motorists should expect shoulder closures along U.S 4 in both directions and at Exit 6 for a traffic sign replacement project.

Groton – Newbury – Motorists should expect alternating one-way traffic on U.S. 302 with moderate delays as crews continue shoulder work and guardrail installation throughout the project.

Johnson  Morristown – Motorists should expect multiple traffic control packages and delays on VT 15 and VT 100 as crews place centerline and edge line markings, pave side road, pave driveway aprons, and work on sidewalks.

North Hero – Grand Isle – Drawbridge construction continues along U.S. 2. A speed reduction is in place. Mariners: The drawbridge has suspended its daily operating schedule until May 15, 2022. To request an opening or to communicate with the bridge tender, please use Channel 13 or call 802-372-4360.

Pittsford – A roadway project along U.S. 7 wraps up for the season this week. No anticipated traffic impacts.

Plymouth – The closure of VT-100 between U.S. 4 and VT 100A remains in place through the last week of November. Traffic continues to be rerouted from the south side to VT 100A and from the north side to U.S. 4. Through-traffic is not permitted.

Richford – Motorists are now detoured onto a temporary bridge along VT 105 approximately one mile south of its intersection with Main Street and River Street.

Shelburne – So. Burlington – A series of signal improvements continues along U.S. 7 at intersections between McIntosh Avenue and Swift Street. Motorists should expect nighttime lane closures in the areas of operation.

Williston – Due to the closure of Muddy Brook Bridge on Kimball/Marshall Avenue, motorists on U.S. 2 will see an increase in traffic interruptions and should expect extended delays during peak commute hours in the morning and evening. Plan on extra travel time through the area. The bridge is scheduled to open the week of December 06, 2021.

Motorists will also encounter new lane shifts near the intersection of U.S. 2 and Industrial Ave.

Woodford – A ledge stabilization project continues on VT 9. Brief traffic holds will be required through December 1st. The current speed reduction and all traffic control measures will be removed by December 1st.

Vermont Agency of Transportation