Weekly Construction Updates


Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Construction Update: July 13, 2018

PLEASE BE ADVISED: The Bitter Lacrosse Tournament begins this weekend in Stowe. Motorists should anticipate higher than normal traffic volumes and delays, Friday, July 13 through Sunday, July 15, and again for the second half of the tournament next weekend, July 20-22. Please plan ahead and allow extra time to reach your destination.

Project Location:  VT 100 in the Towns of Waterbury and Stowe.

There are 4.5 miles of newly paved surface starting at the Waterbury Car Wash heading north towards Stowe. The new pavement is followed by 0.2 mile of gravel surface between Beaver Pond Road and Spruce Haven Road, then a milled surface continues north for 0.6 miles. Motorcyclists and bicyclists should use extra caution when traveling on this surface. Many of the drives and side roads have gravel aprons.

Beginning at 7 PM Sunday, July 15 through 6 AM Friday, July 20, nighttime slab removal will continue beyond the pavement on the milled surface heading towards Stowe. Milling operations will also resume next week.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday night through Friday morning. During these hours, alternating one-way traffic will be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists through the work zones. During daytime hours, two lanes of travel will remain open unless emergency situations warrant otherwise. This may result in minor traffic delays. No weekend work is anticipated this week. All work is weather permitting.

When you travel this stretch of roadway, you may encounter varying surface conditions in different locations from day to day, and night to night. Drivers should slow down, observe signage, and factor in extra travel time. Proceed with caution and be aware of other vehicles, large trucks, construction crews, and changing road conditions. Leave plenty of space between vehicles to avoid small stones and gravel that may get kicked-up.   

For more information:

Waterbury Contact: Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/


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I-89 Bridges Project

AOT Project No. IM 089-2(43)

Project Location: 
The I-89 Bridges Project is located at Exit 10 on I-89 in Waterbury.

This Project is complete.

Waterbury Roundabout Project

AOT Project No: STP SGNL (18)

Project Location: Intersection of Routes 100/2 in Waterbury. 2016 work location is on US 2 east of the Roundabout. 

This project is complete. 

VT100 Duxbury - Culvert Project

Project Location:  VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook

This project is complete. 

Route 2/Route 100 S Temporary Signal

AOT Project No. Waterbury Area STP WKZN (9) C/2

Project Location:  Southerly intersection of US 2/VT 100 S.

This project is complete. 

Stowe - VT 108 Bridge Reconstruction

AOT Project No. BRF 0235(1)

Project Location:  The VT 108 Bridge is located on VT 108 approximately 350 feet north of the intersection of VT 100 and VT 108 in Stowe. 

This project is complete.

Waitsfield-Moretown-Duxbury (VT 100 Preventive Maintenance Paving)

AOT Project No. STP SURF(39)

Project Location: The Waitsfield – Moretown – Duxbury VT 100 Preventive Maintenance Paving project limits begin 2.4 miles north of Warren/Waitsfield town line (Fiddlers Green) and extend to the intersection of US 2 in Moretown for a distance of 12 miles.

This project is complete.

Bolton-Waterbury (US 2 Reclaim) Project

AOT Project No: STP 2709(1)

Project Location: Route 2 - Parro's Gun Shop in Waterbury west along Route 2 to just beyond Latham Trailer Sales in Bolton. Estimated completion late October 2014.

This project is complete.

Northbound Off Ramp Signal Project

AOT Project No. NHG SGNL(43)

Project Location: Northbound Off Ramp is located at Exit 10 at intersection of I-89 and VT100.

This project is complete.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is now against the law to use a hand held cell phone in a construction work zone.

Call the project hotline 802-496-3376, with questions.