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I-89 Southbound Lane Closure in Middlesex Delayed - July 10, 2018

The planned night closure of I-89 SOUTHBOUND between Exit 9 (Middlesex) and Exit 8 (Montpelier) has been delayed until next Monday, July 16th. Closure will be between 7 PM and 6 AM and is expected to last the entire week – Monday, July 16 -Thursday, July 19.

Contact Jill Barrett, Project Outreach Coordinator, with any questions or concerns with regards to the project at 802-272-1248.  Construction updates and project photos are posted at http://www.us2middlesex.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - July 6, 2018

Construction Update: July 6, 2018

PLEASE BE ADVISED: The Bitter Lacrosse Tournament will take place over the weekends of July 13-15 and July 20-22. Motorists should anticipate higher than normal traffic volumes and delays. Please plan ahead and allow extra time to reach your destination.

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

There are no sections of gravel driving surface heading into the weekend within the project limits. There are 4.0 miles of newly paved surface starting at the Waterbury Car Wash, heading north, up to the Hunger MT Church in Waterbury Center. The new pavement is followed by 1.0 mile of milled surface. 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 8 through 6 AM Friday, July 13, nighttime slab removal will continue beyond the pavement on the milled surface heading towards Stowe. Current plans include paving next week – dates to be determined.

Milling will resume on July 15. Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will resume in a couple weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - July 6, 2018

Additional Projects:

Route 108 (Mountain Road) Paving Project

I-89 Montpelier – Waterbury Paving Project

Middlesex US 2 Bridge Replacement Project

 

Construction Update: July 6, 2018

PLEASE BE ADVISED: The Bitter Lacrosse Tournament will take place over the weekends of July 13-15 and July 20-22. Motorists should anticipate higher than normal traffic volumes and delays. Please plan ahead and allow extra time to reach your destination.

 

Project: Waterbury – Stowe Route 100 Project

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

There are no sections of gravel driving surface heading into the weekend within the project limits. There are 4.0 miles of newly paved surface starting at the Waterbury Car Wash, heading north, up to the Hunger MT Church in Waterbury Center. The new pavement is followed by 1.0 mile of milled surface. 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 8 through 6 AM Friday, July 13, nighttime slab removal will continue beyond the pavement on the milled surface heading towards Stowe. Current plans include paving next week – dates to be determined.

Milling will resume on July 15. Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will resume in a couple weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

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Project: Route 108 (Mountain Road) Paving Project

Project Location:  Approximately 0.5 miles north of the intersection of Routes 100 and 108, near Saensook Thai Kitchen and extending approximately 7.2 miles northerly to the vicinity of the Barnes Camp Visitor Center. 

ROAD WORK: The contractor will begin cold planing (milling) the road surface at 7 AM Monday, July 9. This operation will begin at the state highway limit near the Thai Kitchen and progress northerly towards the Barnes Camp Visitor Center. Cold planing operations will require one-way alternating traffic around active construction. Motorists and cyclists are advised to expect delays. Cold planing operations are expected to take a week and are currently scheduled to be completed by early in the week of July 16.

TRAFFIC: Cold planing operations will require a one-way alternating traffic pattern within the construction zone. Uniformed traffic officers and traffic control personnel will be onsite to assist with the flow of traffic. Delays can be expected, and motorists are advised to add extra time to their travel plans.

*Due to the Bitter Lacrosse Tournament the weekend of 7/13-7/15, the contractor will be off of the roadway by 2:00 PM on Friday, July 13 and will not work on Saturday or Sunday, Construction activities will resume at 7 AM on Monday, July 16.

Contact Natalie Boyle, Project Outreach Coordinator, EIV Technical Services, with any questions or concerns in regard to this project at 802-855-3893 or nboyle@eivtech.com

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Project: I-89 Montpelier – Waterbury Paving Project

Project Location: The I-89 Paving Project begins south of Exit 8 and continues to a point just south of Exit 10 (Mile Marker 62.30). The total length of the project is 10.7 miles and will include both the north and southbound lanes of travel.

ROAD WORK: Milling of the road surface is scheduled to begin on Sunday, July 15th in the southbound lanes just south of Exit 10. Work will continue to the south and progress toward Exit 9. Crews will begin setting up traffic control measures at approximately 6:00 PM and work is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM.

TRAFFIC INFORMATION: Motorists can expect one lane of travel through the construction zone. A work zone speed limit of 55 mph will be in place with increased fines for speed violations. Please use caution while driving through the construction zone.

Contact Natalie Boyle, Project Outreach Coordinator, EIV Technical Services, with any questions or concerns in regard to this project at 802-855-3893 or at nboyle@eivtech.com.

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Project: Middlesex US 2 Bridge Replacement

Project Location: Bridge 55 is located on US 2 in Middlesex approximately 1.9 miles east of the intersection of US 2/VT 100B and spans over Interstate 89 and the New England Central Railroad (NECR) line.

Saturday, July 7, US 2 will be reduced to one lane over the bridge as crews continue to work on the new bridge and roadway. Flaggers will be present to assist with traffic flow. Single lane closures NB and SB on I-89 can be expected throughout the week. Please use caution and reduce speed.

Beginning July 11, the contractor will begin removing the steel beams and concrete of the old US 2 bridge over I-89. This work will be done evenings and will require the closing of I-89 between Exit 8 in Montpelier and Exit 9 in Middlesex. Route 2, which parallels the highway, will be used as the detour route.

Only one side of the highway will be closed at a time, beginning with the SOUTHBOUND direction. Next week SOUTHBOUND I-89 will be CLOSED between Exits 8 & 9 on WEDNESDAY, July 11 and THURSDAY, July 12, from 7 PM to 6 AM.

Contact Jill Barrett, Project Outreach Coordinator, with any questions or concerns with regards to the project at 802-272-1248.  Construction updates and project photos are posted at http://www.us2middlesex.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - July 3, 2018

Construction Update: July 3, 2018

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

Holiday Travel Update:

Higher traffic volumes are expected over the Independence Day holiday. Please drive safely and allow extra travel time.

There are no sections of gravel driving surface heading into the holiday week within the project limits. There are 4.0 miles of newly paved surface starting at the Waterbury Car Wash, heading north, up to the Hunger MT Church in Waterbury Center. The new pavement is followed by 1.0 mile of milled surface. 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 8 through 6 AM Friday, July 13, nighttime slab removal will continue beyond the pavement on the milled surface heading towards Stowe. Current plans include paving next week – dates to be determined.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: July 3, 2018 - July 3, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Holiday Travel Update:

Higher traffic volumes are expected over the Independence Day holiday. Please drive safely and allow extra travel time.

There are no sections of gravel driving surface heading into the holiday week within the project limits. There are 4.0 miles of newly paved surface starting at the Waterbury Car Wash, heading north, up to the Hunger MT Church in Waterbury Center. The new pavement is followed by 1.0 mile of milled surface. 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 8 through 6 AM Friday, July 13, nighttime slab removal will continue beyond the pavement on the milled surface heading towards Stowe. Current plans include paving next week – dates to be determined.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - June 29, 2018

Construction Update: June 29, 2018

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

 

Please be Advised:

Please be aware Route 100 from Artisan Coffee, continuing north towards Stowe will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. This area of gravel surface is approximately 0.4 miles. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need maintenance.
 
The week of July 1, the contractor will only be working nights on Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2. No work is scheduled to occur for the remainder of the week in observation of the Independence Day holiday. A special Construction Update will be issued Tuesday, July 3 to update motorists of travel conditions going into the holiday.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 29, the contractor has paved approximately 3.8 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to the Artisan Coffee entrance past Waterbury Center. Please note, this pavement is only the base layer and a final layer of pavement will be completed across the entire project length in 2019.

Over the weekend, drivers should anticipate approximately 0.4 miles of gravel driving surface beginning at the Artisan Coffee entrance, continuing north 0.4 miles. A milled surface continues from end of gravel section north approximately 1.0 mile ending at Ruby Raymond Road. Be mindful of construction barrels on either side of Route 100.

Paving is scheduled for the nights of Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2, weather dependent. No milling or concrete slab removal is scheduled for next week.  

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will resume in a couple weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: June 29, 2018 - June 29, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Please be Advised:

Route 100 from Artisan Coffee, continuing north towards Stowe will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. This area of gravel surface is approximately 0.4 miles. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need maintenance.

The week of July 1, the contractor will only be working nights on Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2. No work is scheduled to occur for the remainder of the week in observation of the Independence Day holiday. A special Construction Update will be issued Tuesday, July 3 to update motorists of travel conditions going into the holiday.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 29, the contractor has paved approximately 3.8 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to the Artisan Coffee entrance past Waterbury Center. Please note, this pavement is only the base layer and a final layer of pavement will be completed across the entire project length in 2019.

Over the weekend, drivers should anticipate approximately 0.4 miles of gravel driving surface beginning at the Artisan Coffee entrance, continuing north 0.4 miles. A milled surface continues from end of gravel section north approximately 1.0 mile ending at Ruby Raymond Road. Be mindful of construction barrels on either side of Route 100.

Paving is scheduled for the nights of Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2, weather dependent. No milling or concrete slab removal is scheduled for next week.  

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will resume in a couple weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - June 22, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Construction Update: June 22, 2018

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

 

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from just south of Guild Hill Road, continuing north past the Green Mountain Club will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. This area of gravel surface is approximately 0.3 miles. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need repairs.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 24, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.
  • The week of July 1, the contractor will only be working nights on Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2. No work is scheduled to occur for the remainder of the week in observation of the Independence Day holiday.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 22, the contractor has paved approximately 3.8 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to just south of Guild Hill Road past Waterbury Center. Please note, this pavement is only the base layers and a final layer of pavement will be completed across the entire project length in 2019.

Over the weekend, drivers should anticipate approximately 0.3 miles of gravel driving surface beginning just south of Guild Hill Road, continuing north past the Green Mountain Club. A milled surface continues from just past the Green Mountain Club north approximately 1.4 miles towards Ruby Raymond Road. Be mindful of construction barrels on either side of Route 100.

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 24, through the morning of Friday, June 29, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of June 24, weather dependent. No milling is scheduled for next week.  

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: June 22, 2018 - June 22, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

 

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from just south of Guild Hill Road, continuing north past the Green Mountain Club will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. This area of gravel surface is approximately 0.3 miles. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need repairs.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 24, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.
  • The week of July 1, the contractor will only be working nights on Sunday, July 1 and Monday, July 2. No work is scheduled to occur for the remainder of the week in observation of the Independence Day holiday.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 22, the contractor has paved approximately 3.8 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to just south of Guild Hill Road past Waterbury Center. Please note, this pavement is only the base layers and a final layer of pavement will be completed across the entire project length in 2019.

Over the weekend, drivers should anticipate approximately 0.3 miles of gravel driving surface beginning just south of Guild Hill Road, continuing north past the Green Mountain Club. A milled surface continues from just past the Green Mountain Club north approximately 1.4 miles towards Ruby Raymond Road. Be mindful of construction barrels on either side of Route 100.

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 24, through the morning of Friday, June 29, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of June 24, weather dependent. No milling is scheduled for next week.  

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - June 15, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Construction Update: June 15, 2018

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

 

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 just north of Sunset Drive in Waterbury Center, continuing north just past Gregg Hill Road will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need repairs.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 17, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 15, the contractor has paved approximately 3 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to just north of Sunset Drive in Waterbury Center. There is approximately 0.4 miles of gravel driving surface beginning near the Keurig entrance, continuing north just past Gregg Hill Road.  

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 17, through the morning of Friday, June 22nd, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of Tuesday, June 19, weather dependent. No milling is anticipated for the week of 18th.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: June 15, 2018 - June 15, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Please be Advised:

Please be aware Route 100 just north of Sunset Drive in Waterbury Center, continuing north just past Gregg Hill Road will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A weekend crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions that may need repairs.

Beginning Sunday, June 17, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.


As of June 15, the contractor has paved approximately 3 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to just north of Sunset Drive in Waterbury Center. There is approximately 0.4 miles of gravel driving surface beginning near the Keurig entrance, continuing north just past Gregg Hill Road.

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 17, through the morning of Friday, June 22, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of Tuesday, June 19, weather dependent. No milling is anticipated for the week of June 18.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - June 8, 2018

Construction Update: June 8, 2018

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

 

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from Reservoir Road north to just past Cold Hollow Cider will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that may become a problem.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 10, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 8, the contractor has paved approximately 2.4 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to Reservoir Road in Waterbury Center. Drivers can expect gravel surface conditions in Waterbury Center from Reservoir Road to just north of Cold Hollow Cider. Continuing north, there is approximately 1 mile of milled surface to the Green Mountain Club that is in better condition than the prior existing road surface.  

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 10, through the morning of Friday, June 15th, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of Thursday, June 14. No milling is anticipated for the week of 10th.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: June 8, 2018 - June 8, 2018

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

 

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from Reservoir Road north to just past Cold Hollow Cider will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that may become a problem.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 10, concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe, weather permitting.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of June 8, the contractor has paved approximately 2.4 miles from the Waterbury Car Wash to Reservoir Road in Waterbury Center. Drivers can expect gravel surface conditions in Waterbury Center from Reservoir Road to just north of Cold Hollow Cider. Continuing north, there is approximately 1 mile of milled surface to the Green Mountain Club that is in better condition than the prior existing road surface.  

Concrete slab removal will continue north towards Stowe beginning Sunday night, June 10, through the morning of Friday, June 15th, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled for the night of Thursday, June 14. No milling is anticipated for the week of 10th.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - June 1, 2018

Construction Update: June 1, 2018

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

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from the Cabot Annex north to Howard Ave will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that may become a problem.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 3, second lift paving operations will begin near the Fairfield Inn in Waterbury and head north towards Guptil Road. Milling operations are also scheduled for next week between Hollow Road and Vermont Artisan Coffee.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of Friday morning, June 1, slab removal has been completed up to Howard Ave in Waterbury Center. Expect a gravel driving surface between the Cabot Annex and Howard Ave. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that should become a problem.

Sunday night, June 3, the second lift of paving will begin, starting near the Fairfield Inn in Waterbury, heading north. The crew anticipates paving up through the area of Guptil Road. Another crew will be installing guardrail behind the paving the crew.

Milling operations will continue next week beginning in the vicinity of Hollow Road, moving north approximately 1.5 miles to Vermont Artisan Coffee.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: June 1, 2018 - June 1, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Construction Update: June 1, 2018

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

Please be Advised:

  • Please be aware Route 100 from the Cabot Annex north to Howard Ave will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that may become a problem.
  • Beginning Sunday, June 3, second lift paving operations will begin near the Fairfield Inn in Waterbury and head north towards Guptil Road. Milling operations are also scheduled for next week between Hollow Road and Vermont Artisan Coffee.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of Friday morning, June 1, slab removal has been completed up to Howard Ave in Waterbury Center. Expect a gravel driving surface between the Cabot Annex and Howard Ave. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that should become a problem.

Sunday night, June 3, the second lift of paving will begin, starting near the Fairfield Inn in Waterbury, heading north. The crew anticipates paving up through the area of Guptil Road. Another crew will be installing guardrail behind the paving the crew.

Milling operations will continue next week beginning in the vicinity of Hollow Road, moving north approximately 1.5 miles to Vermont Artisan Coffee.

Drainage work in the Lower Village of Stowe will continue over the next few weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - May 25, 2018

Construction Update: May 25, 2018

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

Please be Advised:

  • No work is scheduled for the Waterbury-Stowe Route 100 Project from 6 AM Friday, May 25 – 7 PM Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in observation of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
  • Please be aware Route 100 from the Cabot Annex north to Sunflower Natural Foods will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that should become a problem.
  • Beginning Tuesday, May 29, slab removal will continue in the area of Sunflower Natural Foods towards Howard Ave.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of Friday morning, May 25, paving operations have been completed from just North of Guptil Road to the Cabot Annex in Waterbury. Temporary paving at the northern most point of the project in Stowe Village where drainage work was completed, south to the Stowe Car Wash, has been completed. The only section of gravel driving surface throughout the holiday weekend will be between the Cabot Annex and Sunflower Natural Foods.

Milling from Waterbury Center northward will resume Sunday, June 3, 2018.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: May 25, 2018 - May 25, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Please be Advised:

  • No work is scheduled for the Waterbury-Stowe Route 100 Project from 6 AM Friday, May 25 – 7 PM Tuesday, May 29, 2018 in observation of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
  • Please be aware Route 100 from the Cabot Annex north to Sunflower Natural Foods will have a gravel driving surface throughout the weekend. A crew will be in the area to monitor surface conditions and repair any potholes that should become a problem.
  • Beginning Tuesday, May 29, slab removal will continue in the area of Sunflower Natural Foods towards Howard Ave.
  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

As of Friday morning, May 25, paving operations have been completed from just North of Guptil Road to the Cabot Annex in Waterbury. Temporary paving at the northern most point of the project in Stowe Village where drainage work was completed, south to the Stowe Car Wash, has been completed. The only section of gravel driving surface throughout the holiday weekend will be between the Cabot Annex and Sunflower Natural Foods.

Milling from Waterbury Center northward will resume Sunday, June 3, 2018.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: May 18, 2018 - May 18, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Please be Advised:

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.
  • Beginning Sunday May 20, the drainage work in Stowe Lower Village will resume for the week. Excavation of the concrete slabs in Waterbury will continue from Stowebury Road to the north.

As of today, concrete slabs were removed and a new gravel roadbase was filled between Guptil Road and Stowebury Road. Milling has been completed to just south of Waterbury Center.

Next week, excavation of the concrete slabs in Waterbury will continue from Stowebury Road to the north. Paving is scheduled towards the end of the week for part of the segment where concrete removal has been completed.

Milling from Waterbury Center northward will resume in approximately two weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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/

   www.waterburyworks.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Traffic Alert: May 15, 2018 - May 15, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please be Advised:

  • The inclement weather is causing washout in areas of Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe. Please be aware of large potholes on Route 100. The contractor is working to correct the issue. Drive slow and use extreme caution when driving in this area.

Waterbury-Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - May 11, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Construction Update: May 18, 2018

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

Please be Advised:

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.
  • Beginning Sunday May 20, the drainage work in Stowe Lower Village will resume for the week. Excavation of the concrete slabs in Waterbury will continue from Stowebury Road to the north.

As of today, concrete slabs were removed and a new gravel roadbase was filled between Guptil Road and Stowebury Road. Milling has been completed to just south of Waterbury Center.

Next week, excavation of the concrete slabs in Waterbury will continue from Stowebury Road to the north. Paving is scheduled towards the end of the week for part of the segment where concrete removal has been completed.

Milling from Waterbury Center northward will resume in approximately two weeks.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route.

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.   

Construction Update: May 11, 2018 - May 11, 2018

Project: Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

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

Please be Advised:

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.
  • Drainage work is being completed weeknights between the hours of 7 PM and 6 AM in the lower village of Stowe.
  • Crews will resume slab removal north of Guptil Road towards The Forge Gym on Sunday night.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route. Please drive cautiously through the project area and be aware of active work zones.

Concrete slab removal just north of Guptil Road will progress towards The Forge Gym next week. There is a possibility the crew will begin milling from the Cabot Annex towards the Cider Mill mid-week.  

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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/

   www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Traffic Alert: Nighttime drainage work in Stowe Lower Village - May 7, 2018

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please be Advised: Drainage work will begin tonight, between the hours of 7 PM and 6 AM, in the Lower Village of Stowe and will continue for the next few weeks. Please be advised, this may cause traffic delays.

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - May 4, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please be Advised:

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

  • There are multiple staging areas and equipment storage areas along the construction zone route where trucks and other construction vehicles will be entering and exiting the roadway regularly. Staging areas are necessary to facilitate this project. Crews are making every effort to minimize disruptions to travelers and residents.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route. Please drive cautiously through the project area and be aware of active work zones.

Concrete slab removal by the car wash in Waterbury to Ben and Jerry’s entrance will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Paving is scheduled for the week of May 7th, weather and condition permitting.  

Slab removal and drainage work is expected to resume on Sunday night, May 6th. Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.   

Construction Update: May 4, 2018 - May 4, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please be Advised:

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

  • There are multiple staging areas and equipment storage areas along the construction zone route where trucks and other construction vehicles will be entering and exiting the roadway regularly. Staging areas are necessary to facilitate this project. Crews are making every effort to minimize disruptions to travelers and residents.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project will provide a complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route. Please drive cautiously through the project area and be aware of active work zones.

Concrete slab removal by the car wash in Waterbury to Ben and Jerry’s entrance will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Paving is scheduled for the week of May 7th, weather and condition permitting.  

Slab removal and drainage work is expected to resume on Sunday night, May 6th. Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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.   

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

 

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - April 26, 2018

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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

On Sunday, April 29, crews will begin removing concrete slabs from the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north, weather permitting. Construction hours are approximately 7PM to 6AM, Sunday night through Friday morning.

Please be advised: There are multiple staging areas and equipment storage areas along the construction zone route where trucks and other construction vehicles will be entering and exiting the roadway regularly.  Staging areas are necessary to facilitate this project. Crews are aware of noise and light concerns during the nighttime hours and are making every effort to minimize disruptions to travelers and residents.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project continues to progress quickly to prepare for the complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile project corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work, which began just north of the roundabout in Waterbury and is progressing in segments from south to north, requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route. Please drive cautiously through the project area and be aware of active work zones.

The roadway rehabilitation is being completed in four stages: milling, concrete slab removal, filling excavation with new roadbed material, and paving. Preceding the roadway rehabilitation will be drainage work. Following the paving, guardrail replacements will be made where needed.

Milling began this week in the segment from the Waterbury car wash to just south of Stowebury Road. Next week, the concrete slabs within the milled section will be removed and new gravel subbase installed. Paving of each rehabilitated segment will take place before the next segment heading north is begun. The length of roadway completed each night will vary based on weather, subgrade conditions encountered, and other unknown variables. A final paved wearing course will be applied in the spring of 2019.

Separate crews are also completing culvert and underdrain work, which has moved through most of Waterbury into Stowe. This work is anticipated to be completed within the next 2-3 weeks. 

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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. Crew members may be present during daytime hours to maintain the roadway where there are non-paved surfaces. 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. The contractors and their crews are working quickly and efficiently to provide as little disruption as possible. There may be several areas where traffic is reduced to alternating one-way travel lanes at night.

Please drive slowly and be aware of other vehicles and 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.   

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.


Construction Update: April 26, 2018 - April 26, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please Note:

On Sunday, April 29, crews will begin removing concrete slabs from the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north, weather permitting. Construction hours are approximately 7PM to 6AM, Sunday night through Friday morning.

Please be advised: There are multiple staging areas and equipment storage areas along the construction zone route where trucks and other construction vehicles will be entering and exiting the roadway regularly.  Staging areas are necessary to facilitate this project. Crews are aware of noise and light concerns during the nighttime hours and are making every effort to minimize disruptions to travelers and residents.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

The Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 construction project continues to progress quickly to prepare for the complete rehabilitation of the 9.5-mile project corridor between Waterbury and Stowe. The work, which began just north of the roundabout in Waterbury and is progressing in segments from south to north, requires concurrent construction activities with multiple crews for roadway rehabilitation and drainage work. This will result in potential travel delays and varying surface conditions along the route. Please drive cautiously through the project area and be aware of active work zones.

The roadway rehabilitation is being completed in four stages: milling, concrete slab removal, filling excavation with new roadbed material, and paving. Preceding the roadway rehabilitation will be drainage work. Following the paving, guardrail replacements will be made where needed.

Milling began this week in the segment from the Waterbury car wash to just south of Stowebury Road. Next week, the concrete slabs within the milled section will be removed and new gravel subbase installed. Paving of each rehabilitated segment will take place before the next segment heading north is begun. The length of roadway completed each night will vary based on weather, subgrade conditions encountered, and other unknown variables. A final paved wearing course will be applied in the spring of 2019.

Separate crews are also completing culvert and underdrain work, which has moved through most of Waterbury into Stowe. This work is anticipated to be completed within the next 2-3 weeks. 

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. 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. Crew members may be present during daytime hours to maintain the roadway where there are non-paved surfaces. 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. The contractors and their crews are working quickly and efficiently to provide as little disruption as possible. There may be several areas where traffic is reduced to alternating one-way travel lanes at night.

Please drive slowly and be aware of other vehicles and 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.   

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - April 20, 2018

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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

This week crews will begin milling the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will continue north, ending near East Wind Drive. The excavation crew will fall in place behind the milling work, removing the concrete. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent. This work is weather permitting. If inclement weather continues, the work will be pushed back to the following week.

Expect portions of milled/scarified and open gravel roadway. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone. Additional signage will be installed to warn motorists of site conditions.

The underdrain crew will continue work heading north of Guild Hill Road towards Stowe.

Squawkers are being installed on equipment to replace back-up beeper alarms and reduce noise disruption, however, the squawkers are difficult for the workers to hear and will not be installed on heavy machinery, such as the milling machine, for worker safety.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Construction Update: April 20, 2018 - April 20, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please Note:

  • This week crews will begin removing concrete slabs from the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north, weather permitting. Construction hours are approximately 7PM to 6AM, Sunday night through Friday morning.

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

This week crews will begin milling the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will continue north, ending near East Wind Drive. The excavation crew will fall in place behind the milling work, removing the concrete. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent. This work is weather permitting. If inclement weather continues, the work will be pushed back to the following week.

Expect portions of milled/scarified and open gravel roadway. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone. Additional signage will be installed to warn motorists of site conditions.

The underdrain crew will continue work heading north of Guild Hill Road towards Stowe.

Squawkers are being installed on equipment to replace back-up beeper alarms and reduce noise disruption, however, the squawkers are difficult for the workers to hear and will not be installed on heavy machinery, such as the milling machine, for worker safety.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

 

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - April 13, 2018

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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

On Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin milling the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will continue north, ending near East Wind Drive. The excavation crew will fall in place behind the milling work, removing the concrete. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent.

Additional crews will be installing culvert pipes north of Gregg Hill Road progressing to the north and an underdrain crew will be working in the shoulders of the roadway progressing north past Artisan Coffee, Evergreen and the Green Mountain Club. 

Expect portions of milled/scarified and open gravel roadway. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone. Additional signage will be installed to warn motorists of site conditions.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.


UPDATE - April 13, 2018

The contractors working on Route 100 have adjusted their work schedule for next week. Based on the extended forecast they have decided to cancel the milling and excavation operations that were to begin Sunday night, April 15 near the car wash in Waterbury. They may start them later in the week- weather dependent. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Please take extra care when driving through the designated work areas. Nighttime work hours are generally Sunday night through Friday mornings from 7pm to 6am.

Construction Update: April 13, 2018 - April 13, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please Note:

  • On Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin removing the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north. Construction hours are approximately 7PM to 6AM, Sunday night through Friday morning.

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Surface conditions may vary as portions of the roadway may be milled or gravel. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

On Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin milling the Route 100 roadway in front of the car wash near Shaw’s in Waterbury and will continue north, ending near East Wind Drive. The excavation crew will fall in place behind the milling work, removing the concrete. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent.

Additional crews will be installing culvert pipes north of Gregg Hill Road progressing to the north and an underdrain crew will be working in the shoulders of the roadway progressing north past Artisan Coffee, Evergreen and the Green Mountain Club. 

Expect portions of milled/scarified and open gravel roadway. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone. Additional signage will be installed to warn motorists of site conditions.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone. 

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury - Stowe Route 100 Rehabilitation Project - April 6, 2018

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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

Crews have begun nighttime construction activities on Route 100 in Waterbury. n Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin removing the Route 100 roadway just north of the Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent. Work will include drainage replacements, new installation and the installation of a waterline in Waterbury. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone.

An additional crew will be installing culvert pipes south of the Cabot annex property and continuing up the roadway to the north throughout the next couple weeks. On Sunday, April 8, 2018 crews will resume work with the underdrain crew progressing past Guptil Road to the north.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Construction Update: April 6, 2018 - April 6, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please Note:

  • On Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin removing the Route 100 roadway just north of the Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north.

  • Markers have been placed along Route 100 and in some instances on private property. The markers are for reference only and are temporary. No trees will be cut or removed unless they are in the State’s right of way.

  • Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place. Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.


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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

Crews have begun nighttime construction activities on Route 100 in Waterbury. On Sunday, April 15, 2018 crews will begin removing the Route 100 roadway just north of the Shaw’s in Waterbury and will be progressing north. Expect work in the immediate area to continue for 10-15 nights, Sunday through Thursday, weather dependent. Work will include drainage replacements, new installation and the installation of a waterline in Waterbury. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone.

An additional crew will be installing culvert pipes south of the Cabot annex property and continuing up the roadway to the north throughout the next couple weeks. On Sunday, April 8, 2018 crews will resume work with the underdrain crew progressing past Guptil Road to the north.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone. 

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: March 30, 2018 - March 30, 2018

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

Waterbury – Stowe VT Route 100 Rehabilitation Project

Please Note:

Nighttime construction on VT Route 100 in Waterbury will begin Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7 PM.

Expect travel delays along Route 100 between Waterbury and Stowe over the next several months while the road construction takes place.  Please plan your travel accordingly and leave plenty of time while this necessary work occurs.

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

Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

Crews will begin nighttime construction activities beginning Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7 PM. Work will include drainage replacements, new installation and the installation of a waterline in Waterbury. One-way alternating traffic may be implemented. Flaggers will be present to assist motorists navigating the work zone.

Nighttime work is limited to the hours of 7 PM to 6 AM, Sunday through Thursday. No weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the Waterbury – Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project throughout the duration of the construction season.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

 

For more information:

Waterbury Contact:  Barb Farr, 802-888-3810

Stowe Contact: Megan Savage, 802-496-3376

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

www.waterburyworks.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928


Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury-Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project: Public Information Meeting - March 14, 2018

The Vermont Agency of Transportation invites you to attend a
Public Information Meeting
Waterbury-Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
6:00 – 7:30 PM
Akeley Memorial Building (Third Floor)
67 Main Street, Stowe, VT

The VTrans project team will present an update on the Waterbury-Stowe VT 100 Rehabilitation Project which will start construction in early to mid-April to improve the roadway surface of this major arterial roadway. 


In April, construction will begin at the project limits in Waterbury north of the Roundabout and proceed to the north, ending south of Stowe Lower Village. In 2019, the final segment of the project will be constructed from Stowe Lower Village to the project end just beyond the VT 100/Cliff Street intersection in Stowe. During construction, sections of Route 100 will be under a single lane closure between the evening hours of approximately 7PM and 6AM.  Alternating one -way traffic will be maintained throughout construction hours.


The public meeting will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, ask questions, and provide comments. A brief presentation by the project team will include an overview of the project, construction schedule, and sources of information during construction.


We look forward to hearing from you!
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact:
VTrans Project Hotline (802) 496-3376.

VTrans Completes Interstate 89 Bridges Project in Waterbury, VT - November 10, 2017

Waterbury, VT—November 10, 2017---The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) announced the completion of the Interstate 89 Bridges Project. Work on the I-89 southbound and northbound bridges, near Exit 10, was substantially complete at the end of October and work continues to complete remaining minor work items. Construction was phased to reduce potential impacts to the public from this complex bridge construction.  

Preparation for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the Interstate 89 northbound and southbound mainline bridges began in the summer of 2014.  The project repaired or replaced aging parts of the I-89 substructure and the concrete decks of the northbound and southbound bridges, as well as completed improvements on VT 100 and Stowe Street in Waterbury.

In 2014, a traffic signal was installed at the intersection of the I-89 northbound off-ramp and VT 100 in Waterbury. This, along with adjustments to the three existing traffic signals along Route 100, greatly improved traffic flow throughout the area.

Modifications were made to the two I-89 southbound on-ramps in Waterbury. The VT 100 northbound on-ramp to I-89 southbound was permanently closed in 2015, while the acceleration lane on the VT 100 southbound on-ramp to I-89 southbound was extended onto I-89 to meet current design standards.

In 2016, crews began work on the full replacement of the northbound off-ramp at Exit 10. The existing off-ramp was replaced with a two pier, three span bridge. To reduce deterioration of the new bridge due to leaking at expansion joints, the new bridge was constructed with a continuous steel girders with expansion joints only at the ends. The ramp was also reconstructed to accommodate a second travel lane. The bridge reopened to traffic on Friday, October 14, 2016, two weeks ahead of schedule.

In 2017, improvements were made to Newton Baker Park located along Thatcher Brook on Stowe Street beneath the I-89 bridges. Portions of Stowe Street were repaved and a new parking area was constructed. In addition, new curbing and a sidewalk was installed along the east side of Stowe Street.

The Interstate 89 Bridges Project is part of the Waterbury Area Transportation Projects, a series of projects in the Waterbury area designed to improve transportation infrastructure in the Waterbury area to meet the needs throughout the community and the region. The series consists of completed projects such as the installation of the US 2/VT 100 roundabout, the replacement of a VT Route 100 Bridge C193 in Duxbury, VT 100 Bridge Reconstruction and VT 108 Bridge Reconstruction in Stowe, and more throughout the area. Future projects including the Waterbury Main Street project and Waterbury-Stowe VT 100 Reclaim are also part of the series.

TRAFFIC ALERT: ATTENUATOR REPAIR SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, 10/26/17 - October 26, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Temporary Attenuator Repair has been scheduled for Thursday, October 26, 2017. Crews will be repairing damage to the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge caused by a traffic accident last week.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 northbound and on the bridge.

  • Crews are expecting temporary repairs to be completed same day.

Expect delays on I-89 NB near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 NB and the Exit 10 off-ramp will be reduced to a single lane. Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 NB right lane closure. The Exit 10 off-ramp will remain open with a left lane closure.



Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - October 9, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work has been scheduled for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 on the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. The right lane of Exit 10 off-ramp bridge will be closed. Expect delays on I-89 Northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on the bridge.

  • Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

TRAFFIC ALERT: WORK ON I-89 EXIT 10 RAMP IN WATERBURY SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, October 10 - October 9, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work has been scheduled for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 on the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. The right lane of Exit 10 off-ramp bridge will be closed. Expect delays on I-89 Northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on the bridge.

  • Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

I-89 Bridges Project - October 4, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work has been scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2017 on the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. The right lane of Exit 10 off-ramp bridge will be closed. Expect delays on I-89 Northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on the bridge.

  • Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

TRAFFIC ALERT: WORK ON I-89 EXIT 10 RAMP IN WATERBURY SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 - October 4, 2017

TRAFFIC ALERT: WORK ON I-89 EXIT 10 RAMP IN WATERBURY SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work has been scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2017 on the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. The right lane of Exit 10 off-ramp bridge will be closed. Expect delays on I-89 Northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on the bridge.

  • Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

 
Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: August 4, 2017 - August 4, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

Please Note:

Construction activities in the Stowe Street area will continue throughout the upcoming weeks without impact to traffic. Future Construction Updates will be distributed on an intermittent basis if activities that may impact traffic are anticipated to occur.

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Paving on Stowe Street has been completed. Crews will continue to work in the Stowe Street Park laying additional top soil and planting trees this week without traffic impacts.  The two lanes on Stowe Street will be open to two-way traffic.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - July 28, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  
 

Crews will finish paving along Stowe Street this week and begin laying top soil at the Stowe Street Park.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street. 

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: July 28, 2017 - July 28, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project.

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will finish paving along Stowe Street this week and begin laying top soil at the Stowe Street Park.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - July 21, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Milling activities have been completed on Stowe Street and the parking lot at the Stowe Street park. Crews will begin repaving the area this week.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: July 21, 2017 - July 21, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 
I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project.

Anticipate heavy traffic in the Waterbury - Stowe area Friday afternoon and Sunday afternoon

Traffic is anticipated to be congested Friday afternoon/early evening along Route 100 from downtown Waterbury and the I-89 Exit 10 interchange area headed north to the LAX Tournament in Stowe. Heavy traffic is anticipated again on Sunday afternoon as vehicles head south on Route 100 towards I-89. Law enforcement and traffic control will be assisting with the traffic flow. Seek alternate routes for local traffic during these times to avoid delays.

  
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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Milling activities have been completed on Stowe Street and the parking lot at the Stowe Street park. Crews will begin repaving the area this week.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - July 14, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

The sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street has been completed. Crews will begin milling and paving Stowe Street and the parking lot at the Stowe Street park.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: July 14, 2017 - July 14, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project.

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

The sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street has been completed. Crews will begin milling and paving Stowe Street and the parking lot at the Stowe Street park.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Damaged concrete repair on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues without impact to traffic.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - July 7, 2017

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work to establish the park on the Stowe Street continues as crews work on the installation of the east side sidewalk and parking lot. Repair to the portions of damaged concrete on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues throughout the week.

 

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

 

No night or weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activites related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: July 7, 2017 - July 7, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 
I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project.

 
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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Work to establish the park on the Stowe Street continues as crews work on the installation of the east side sidewalk and parking lot. Repair to the portions of damaged concrete on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges continues throughout the week.

 

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

 

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - June 30, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street continues as crews prepare the area and begin curbing. Crews continue to repair the portions of damaged concrete on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street. No night or weekend work is anticipated this week. 

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: June 30, 2017 - June 30, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Independence Day – No work will be performed on the I-89 Bridges Project in observance of Independence Day beginning at end of day Friday, June 30th, 2017. Work will resume at 7:00 AM on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017. Although there is no work scheduled during the holiday weekend, please plan for heavier than normal traffic volumes and drive safely.

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project.

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street continues as crews prepare the area and begin curbing. Crews continue to repair the portions of damaged concrete on the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

No night and weekend work is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - June 23, 2017

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street continues as crews prepare the area and begin curbing. Crews will continue to remove the portions of damaged concrete to repair the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Saturday work on Stowe Street is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: June 23, 2017 - June 23, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Intermittent alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge as work continues on the project. Saturday work on Stowe Street is anticipated this week.


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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street continues as crews prepare the area and begin curbing. Crews will continue to remove the portions of damaged concrete to repair the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

Stowe Street will be periodically reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Saturday work on Stowe Street is anticipated this week. VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project - June 16, 2017

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will be working to permanently close the Route 100 NB on-ramp to I-89 SB. Route 100 NB will be reduced to a single a lane.

 

Preparation for sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street will begin this week. Crews will continue to remove the portions of damaged concrete to repair the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

 

Stowe Street will be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

 

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project.

Construction Update: June 16, 2017 - June 16, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following project: 
I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

Lane closures can be expected on Route 100 N near the southbound on-ramp as work to permanently close the ramp continues.

Alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridge intermittently as work continues on the project.

 

 
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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will be working to permanently close the Route 100 NB on-ramp to I-89 SB. Route 100 NB will be reduced to a single a lane.

Preparation for sidewalk installation along the east side of Stowe Street will begin this week. Crews will continue to remove the portions of damaged concrete to repair the piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.

Stowe Street will be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the interstate bridges next week.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project.

  


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges - May 31, 2017

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Attenuator Repair has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Crews will be repairing the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge.

-  Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 northbound and on the bridge.

-  Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

Expect delays on I-89 NB near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 NB will be reduced to a single lane. Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 NB right lane closure.

This work is contingent upon favorable weather conditions. If inclement weather occurs, the work may be postponed.

TRAFFIC ALERT: ATTENUATOR REPAIR SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 - May 31, 2017

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Attenuator Repair has been scheduled for Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Crews will be repairing the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge.

- Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 northbound and on the bridge.

- Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

Expect delays on I-89 NB near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 NB will be reduced to a single lane. Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 NB right lane closure.

This work is contingent upon favorable weather conditions. If inclement weather occurs, the work may be postponed.

I-89 Bridges Project - May 25, 2017

AOT Project No. IM 089-2(43)

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

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Attenuator repair has been scheduled for this week. Crews will be repairing the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 NB and on the bridge. Crews are expecting repairs to be completed in a day.

Expect delays on I-89 northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 northbound will be reduced to a single lane. Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 right lane closure.

Crews will be continuing to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will continue chipping out the damaged concrete which is anticipated to progress through mid-June.

Stowe Street may be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges through the next few weeks.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.

Construction Update: May 26, 2017 - May 25, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Memorial Day Weekend – No work will be performed on the I-89 Bridges Project Memorial Day Weekend beginning at 12:00 PM Friday, May 26th, 2016. Work will resume at 7:00 AM on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017.

I-89 NB near Exit 10 will be reduced to a single lane one day this week.

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Attenuator repair has been scheduled for this week. Crews will be repairing the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 NB and on the bridge. Crews are expecting repairs to be completed in a day.

Expect delays on I-89 northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 northbound will be reduced to a single lane. Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 right lane closure.

Crews will be continuing to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will continue chipping out the damaged concrete which is anticipated to progress through mid-June.

Stowe Street may be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges through the next few weeks.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: May 19, 2017 - May 19, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 
I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 
Alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridges intermittently as work continues on the project. 

Memorial Day Weekend- No work will be performed on the I-89 Bridges Project Memorial Day Weekend beginning at 12 PM Friday, May 26, 2017. Work will resume at 7 AM Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

 
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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will continue to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will also continue chipping out the damaged concrete which is anticipated to progress through mid-June.

Stowe Street may be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges through the next few weeks.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: April 7, 2017 - April 7, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridges intermittently as work continues on the project. 

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will continue to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will continue chipping out the damaged concrete which is anticipated to progress through early May.


Stowe Street may be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges through the next few weeks.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

 VTrans will keep you informed of any changes to construction activities related to the I-89 Bridges Project over the next few weeks.



Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: March 31, 2017 - March 31, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Alternating one-way traffic can be expected on Stowe Street under the interstate bridges intermittently as work continues on the project. 


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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will be continuing to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will continue to chip out the remaining damaged concrete that will be patched with new concrete.


Stowe Street may be reduced periodically to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: March 23, 2017 - March 23, 2017

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

  • I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

PLEASE NOTE: 

Construction is ramping up next week for the 2017 construction season. Construction on the I-89 Bridges Project will begin Monday, March 27th, 2017. Weekly construction updates will resume.  
 

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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

During the 2017 construction season, crews anticipate completing the repairs to the concrete piers on the interstate bridges, the installation of curbing and sidewalks along the east side of Stowe Street, the construction of a parking area, the leveling and repaving of Stowe Street, the restoration of Newton Baker Park, and the removal of the permanently closed ramp and installation of guardrail.

Next week crews will be continuing to repair the concrete piers on the northbound and southbound interstate bridges. Crews will continue to chip out the remaining damaged concrete that will be patched with new concrete.

Stowe Street may be reduced intermittently to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the northbound and southbound interstate bridges.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

TRAFFIC ALERT: ATTENUATOR REPAIR SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, 1/17/17 - January 16, 2017

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Attenuator Repair has been scheduled for Tuesday, January 17, 2017. Crews will be repairing the attenuator for the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge.

  • Traffic control devices will be set up on I-89 NB and on the bridge.
  • Crews are expecting repairs to be completed same day.

Expect delays on I-89 northbound near the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge. I-89 northbound will be reduced to a single lane.

Expect narrowing of the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge due to the I-89 northbound right lane closure.
This work is contingent upon favorable weather conditions. If inclement weather occurs, the work may be postponed.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Annabelle Dally, 802-825-2555 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: December 9, 2016 - December 9, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

- I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge
- VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

PLEASE NOTE: 

- Construction is wrapping up this week for the 2016 winter season. Weekly construction updates will resume in the Spring of 2017.  


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.


I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews will be finishing the repairs on the piers for bridge 46S for the winter. Patching of the concrete piers for the mainline bridges will be completed next construction season.

Crews will be finalizing clean-up of the construction area for the winter and removing of the crane. 


Stowe Street may be reduced intermittently to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.

Work on the project is anticipated to be completed by end of day Thursday, December 15th, 2016 for the winter season. Crews will return in the Spring of 2017.



VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook

Crews have completed the removal of the temporary two-lane bridge that carried VT 100 traffic over Crossett Brook and the temporary roadway. The installation of the school zone warning system is anticipated for this week.

Work on the project will be completed this week for the 2016 winter season. Crews will return in the Spring of 2017.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: December 2, 2016 - December 2, 2016

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews continue to repair concrete on the piers for bridge 46S. Crews have finished the repairs on the piers for bridge 46N for the winter. 

Conduit testing is also underway this week.

Stowe Street may be reduced intermittently to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street. 

Construction Update: December 2, 2016 - December 2, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

- I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge
- VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews continue to repair concrete on the piers for bridge 46S. Crews have finished the repairs on the piers for bridge 46N for the winter. 

Conduit testing is also underway this week.

Stowe Street may be reduced intermittently to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.  




VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook
 

VT 100 in Duxbury will remain open to traffic with the possibility of minor interruption throughout the week.

Crews have completed the removal of the temporary two-lane bridge that carried VT 100 traffic over Crossett Brook and continue to remove the temporary roadway. The installation of the school zone warning system is anticipated for this week or next. Crews are expecting this work to take until mid-December to complete.




Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Waterbury Area Transportation Projects Survey - November 29, 2016

Please complete a short survey about the I-89 Bridges Project in Waterbury. Your responses will be valuable for guiding VTran's future construction planning.

This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. The survey will be available until December 16, 2016.

Please click https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/I89 to access the survey.

Questions? Please call Francince Perkins, 802-479-6994

Construction Update: November 18, 2016 - November 18, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

- I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge
- VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

PLEASE NOTE: 

- Thanksgiving Holiday – No work will be performed on any of the projects Thanksgiving Day or the day after, Friday, November 25th, 2016. Work will resume on Monday, November 28th, 2016.


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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Crews continue to repair concrete on the piers for bridges 46N and 46S. 


Stowe Street may be reduced intermittently to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.



VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook

VT 100 in Duxbury will remain open to traffic without interruption this week. 

Crews will continue dismantling and removing the temporary two-lane bridge that carried VT 100 traffic over Crossett Brook during construction.  Crews are expecting this work to take until early December to complete.



Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Traffic Alert: November 15, 2016 - November 15, 2016

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.

Lane Closures on I-89 NB & SBLane closures can be expected tomorrow (11/16) on I-89 Exit 10-Waterbury in northbound and southbound directions as crews complete work in the medians


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: November 11, 2016 - November 11, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

- I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge
- VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

PLEASE NOTE: 

- Daily lane closures can be expected on the newly opened Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge as work continues on the project. 

- VT 100 in Duxbury re-opened to traffic on Thursday, November 10th, 2016, a day ahead of schedule. Work will continue on the project through December.


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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge  

Daily lane closures can be expected on the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge as crews continue removing the temporary staging area that was utilized during the bridge closure.

Concrete repairs are also underway on the piers for bridges 46N and 46S.  

Stowe Street may also be reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street. 
 

 
VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook
 
VT 100 in Duxbury re-opened to traffic on Thursday, November 10, 2016, a day ahead of schedule. 

Crews will continue dismantling and removing the temporary two-lane bridge that carried VT 100 traffic over Crossett Brook during construction.  Crews are expecting this work to take until early December to complete.

Traffic:  Traffic may be interrupted for brief periods to allow construction vehicles to access the worksite. Traffic control personnel will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow.  Expect delays. 


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

VTrans Re-Opens VT 100 over Crossett Brook in Duxbury - November 10, 2016

Contact: Chris Williams
chris.williams@vermont.gov

 

VTrans Re-Opens VT 100 over Crossett Brook in Duxbury

MONTPELIER, Vt.—November 10, 2016---The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) re-opened VT 100 over Crossett Brook in Duxbury late this morning, a day ahead of schedule.  Crews worked all summer to replace the aging culvert which carries Crossett Brook beneath VT 100 in Duxbury.  Earlier this spring, the large aging culvert began showing signs of failure.  Inspections showed significant deterioration of the structure and signs of cracking and sagging in the northbound lane pavement of VT 100.  A temporary two-lane bridge was installed as a temporary measure to carry traffic until the permanent project to replace the culvert was developed.

The failing multi-plate metal pipe arch system, constructed in 1977, was replaced by a 28 foot by 8 foot precast concrete frame with a natural stream bottom, making it more resilient to larger storm events and provide aquatic organism passage.  This new structure is hydraulically adequate and meets state stream equilibrium standards.

Crews will focus on dismantling and removing the temporary bridge thru early December.  Daily lane closures can be expected while crews continue working on the project.  Site restoration and clean-up work will occur in early spring 2017 to complete the project. 

The Duxbury VT Route 100 Bridge replacement project is part of the Waterbury Area Transportation Projects (WATP), a series of transportation and infrastructure improvement projects in the Waterbury area that will meet the immediate and long range needs of the community and the region.  The Roundabout and Stowe Street sidewalk projects were also a part of WATP.  The entire series of projects is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

Construction Update: November 4, 2016 - November 4, 2016


VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

- I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

- VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

PLEASE NOTE: 

- Daily lane closures can be expected on the newly opened Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge as work continues on the project. 

- VT 100 in Duxbury is tentatively scheduled to be opened to traffic on Friday, November 11th, 2016.  

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge –

Effective Friday, November 4, 2016 – No work is planned for the weekend. 

Daily lane closures can be expected on the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge as crews continue removing the temporary exit ramp and staging area that was utilized during the bridge closure.

Stowe Street will also be reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic under the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge.  Crews will continue removing the overhang brackets that were used during construction of the new bridge.  Concrete repairs are also underway on the piers for bridges 46N and 46S.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on Stowe Street.   



VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook

Saturday, November 5, 2016 - Paving of the 3rd of 4 layers of new pavement will continue on Saturday, mid-morning through mid-afternoon.  Paving is contingent upon favorable weather conditions.

Tuesday, weather permitting, crews will pave the final layer of new pavement.  Guardrail installation, line striping, driveway apron paving and gravel shoulder installation will occur throughout the remainder of the week.  All work is weather permitting. 

VT 100 in Duxbury is tentatively scheduled to be opened to traffic on Friday, November 11th, 2016. 

Traffic:  Traffic may be interrupted for brief periods to allow construction vehicles to access the worksite. Traffic control personnel will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow.  Expect delays. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project – New Northbound Off-Ramp Bridge at Exit 10 Opens to Traffic - October 14, 2016

Contact: Chris Williams

Chris.Williams@vermont.gov

For release: October 14, 2016

I-89 Bridges Project – New Northbound Off-Ramp Bridge at Exit 10 Opens to Traffic

Montpelier, VT - The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) announced today the new northbound I-89 off-ramp bridge, located at Exit 10 in Waterbury, opened to traffic. This major project milestone was accomplished approximately two weeks ahead of schedule.

“We are very pleased to be opening this bridge ahead of schedule,” said Transportation Secretary Chris Cole. “The public has been very patient with the disruptions brought by this phase of the Waterbury Area Projects and I want to thank our contractor for meeting the project deadlines,” continued Cole. “Our improvement efforts in the Waterbury/Stowe area will continue with upgrades to VT 100 and Waterbury’s Main Street in the coming years.”

Daily lane closures can be expected throughout the remainder of the season within the I-89 Exit 10 Bridges project area as work continues. Work this fall includes final paving of the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp between VT 100 and the north end of the bridge, re-installing rumble strips on I-89 on northbound and southbound lanes, and removal of construction signs, traffic control devices and the temporary detour used to exit I-89 during the bridge closure.

The I-89 Bridges Project rehabilitated both the southbound and northbound mainline bridges in 2015. During the 2016 construction season, VTrans performed a full replacement of the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge with a new two lane off-ramp bridge. Construction to replace the bridge required closing the existing bridge to traffic.  Since April, northbound I-89 traffic exiting the interstate in Waterbury has been using a designated detour to access VT 100.   

Work scheduled for 2017 will repair the I-89 northbound and southbound mainline bridge piers, along with restoring the park, installing sidewalk, and paving on Stowe Street.  Construction in 2017 is not expected to impact interstate traffic. Project completion is scheduled for late summer 2017.

Weekly construction updates are posted on the Waterbury Works website at watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov and emailed to those who register on the website. Regular updates are also provided on 511, Facebook, Twitter, Front Porch Forum and via VTrans’ On the Road program. 

The I-89 Bridges Project is part of the Waterbury Area Transportation Projects (WATP), a series of transportation and infrastructure improvement projects in the Waterbury area that will meet the immediate and long range needs of the community and the region.  The Roundabout and Stowe Street sidewalk projects were also a part of WATP.  Planned work on Route 100 and the Waterbury Main Street Reconstruction projects will be included in the WATP. The entire series of projects is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

Traffic Alert: October 12, 2016 - October 12, 2016

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.


VTrans would like to remind travelers to expect traffic delays at the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp for the remainder of the week, especially all day on Friday (10/14).  Crews are preparing to open the new Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge to one lane traffic early on Friday (10/14) and complete final paving and line striping on the exit ramp. 

Work on Friday will also include the removal of the tubular markers and traffic control devices from I-89 northbound. 

Daily lane closures can be expected throughout the remainder of the season within the I-89 Exit 10 Bridges project area as work continues. Work to complete this fall includes re-installing rumble strips on I-89 on northbound and southbound lanes, removal of construction signs, and the temporary detour used to exit I-89 during the bridge closure.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

I-89 Bridges Project – New Northbound Off-Ramp Bridge at Exit 10 to Open to Traffic - October 6, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Chris Williams
chris.williams@vermont.gov

​

I-89 Bridges Project – New Northbound Off-Ramp Bridge at Exit 10 to Open to Traffic

​Montpelier, VT -- October 6, 2016 -- The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) announced the new northbound I-89 off-ramp bridge, located at Exit 10 in Waterbury, is expected to open to traffic during the week of October 10th.  The new two lane bridge is expected to open between Tuesday, October 11th and Friday, October 14th.  The actual date will be announced when confirmed. This major project milestone will be accomplished approximately two weeks ahead of schedule.

Traffic delays can be expected at Exit 10 through October 14th, 2016 as crews prepare for the bridge opening.  VTrans would also like to remind travelers that heavier traffic volumes are expected in the Waterbury/Stowe area for Columbus Day Weekend, particularly on I-89 and VT 100. Peak traffic is likely between 3-6 pm on Friday.  Travelers are advised to use extra caution through this work area.

Daily lane closures can be expected throughout the remainder of the season within the I-89 Exit 10 Bridges project area as work continues. Work to complete this fall includes final paving of the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp between VT 100 and the north end of the bridge, re-installing rumble strips on I-89 on northbound and southbound lanes, removal of construction signs, traffic control devices and the temporary detour used to exit I-89 during the bridge closure.

​The I-89 Bridges Project rehabilitated both the southbound and northbound mainline bridges in 2015. During the 2016 construction season, VTrans performed a full replacement of the Exit 10 northbound off-ramp bridge (46A) with a new two lane off-ramp bridge. Construction to replace the bridge required closure of the existing bridge to traffic.  Since April, northbound I-89 traffic exiting the interstate in Waterbury has been using a designated detour to access VT 100.   

Work scheduled in 2017 will repair the I-89 northbound and southbound mainline bridge piers, along with the park restoration, sidewalk installation and paving on Stowe Street.  I-89 Exit 10 traffic is not expected to be impacted by the construction in 2017. Project completion is scheduled for late summer 2017.

Weekly construction updates are posted on the Waterbury Works website at watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov and emailed to those who register on the website. Regular updates are also provided on 511, Facebook, Twitter, Front Porch Forum and via VTrans’ On the Road program. 

The I-89 Bridges Project is part of the Waterbury Area Transportation Projects (WATP), a series of transportation and infrastructure improvement projects in the Waterbury area that will meet the immediate and long range needs of the community and the region.  The Roundabout and Stowe Street sidewalk projects were also a part of WATP.  Planned work on Route 100 and the Waterbury Main Street Reconstruction projects will be included in the WATP. The entire series of projects is scheduled to be completed in 2021.





Heavy Traffic Volumes Expected for Columbus Day Weekend - October 5, 2016

Heavier traffic volumes are expected in the Waterbury/Stowe area for Columbus Day Weekend, particularly on I-89 and VT 100. Peak traffic is likely between 3-6 pm on Friday.

Exit 10 on I-89 continues to be an active work area as VTrans works to complete the new Exit 10 Northbound Off-Ramp Bridge. Travelers are advised to use extra caution through this work area.

For real time traffic information, view VTrans traffic cameras: www.watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov.

Traffic Alert: September 20, 2016 - September 20, 2016

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.

Rolling Roadblocks I-89 NB– Rolling roadblocks are canceled for Tuesday, September 20, 2016 and are tentatively rescheduled for Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm between Exit 8 & 10 NB. Expect traffic delays. 


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

TRAFFIC ALERT: CONCRETE DELIVERIES RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, 9/13/16 AT 2:00 AM - September 8, 2016

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.

Concrete Deliveries have been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 13, 2016. Crews will be placing the concrete deck on the new Exit 10 off-ramp bridge.  This is a major task that must be completed over a 13 hour period, requiring a 2 am start and will impact travelers.


- Lighting devices and traffic control packages will be set up on the bridge and Stowe Street starting at 2:00 am.  
- Concrete deliveries will be starting at approximately 3:00 am.  
- Crews are expecting deliveries to take about 12 hours to complete. 

Stowe Street traffic can expect short interruptions throughout the day during deliveries.  Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow.  

This work is contingent upon favorable weather conditions.  If heavy rain occurs, the work may be postponed.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update: August 1, 2016 - July 29, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

-       I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

-       VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

PLEASE NOTE: 

--Rolling road blocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 8 and Exit 10 so the missing tubular markers within the lane division can be replaced.  The next rolling roadblocks are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, August 2, 2016 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm, weather permitting.  Expect traffic delays!

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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge – 

Effective Friday, July 29, 2016 – Crews will continue setting steel beams for the new Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge Saturday (7/30) and continue throughout the week. 

Crews will also be preparing to start forming the new bridge deck. 

Rolling roadblocks are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, August 2, 2016 between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, weather permitting. Expect delays on I-89 NB between Exit 8 and Exit 10.

Stowe Street –

Stowe Street will remain open all week with daily lane closures near the bridge for construction related activities.  Flaggers will be present to maintain traffic flow. 

I-89 NB Lane Divisions – Northbound lanes are divided starting approximately one mile south of Exit 10. 

Northbound thru traffic is restricted to left lane use only. Traffic exiting I-89 at Exit 10 is restricted to right lane use only.  A 50 mph speed limit is in effect within the divided lanes. Motorists are encouraged to merge early into their desired lanes.

Northbound traffic wanting to exit I-89 is being directed to use the temporary off-ramp detour that was constructed last year.  A reduced speed limit of 25 mph is in effect on the temporary off-ramp detour.

 A 12 ft. lane restriction is in effect within the lane division and temporary off-ramp detour.  
 


VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project
Project Location: 
VT 100 Bridge #193 in Duxbury over Crossett Brook

Crews will begin construction of the coffer dam.  Work will include driving sheet piles and excavating near the brook.  This work will continue for the next several weeks.

Traffic:  Traffic may be interrupted for brief periods to allow construction vehicles to access the worksite. Traffic control personnel will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow.  Expect delays.  

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

TRAFFIC ALERT: July 25 - July 25, 2016

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.

The rolling roadblocks scheduled for today have been postponed until tomorrow, Tuesday, July 26, 2016 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm.

This work is weather dependent.  If it rains, the rolling roadblock will be canceled and rescheduled for another time.

Rolling roadblocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 8 and Exit 10 so crews can maintain the tubular markers within the lane division. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update! - July 18, 2016

Please note the schedule for the Stowe Street closures has changed for the week of 7/18/2016!

Monday (7/18) - Stowe Street will be open. It was previously scheduled to be closed today.

Tuesday (7/19) & Wednesday (7/20) - Stowe Street will be closed - 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Depending on the progress of the work to set the beams, Stowe Street may also need to be closed to thru traffic under the bridge on Thursday (7/21) and Friday (7/22).

Please note the following change regarding rolling roadblocks: 

Rolling roadblocks that were scheduled on I-89 NB for this morning (7/18) have been cancelled.  They will be rescheduled for another day this week.

Traffic Alert: I-89 Exit 10 Bridges Structural Steel Deliveries and Stowe Street Closures - July 13, 2016

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.

Structural Steel Beam Deliveries –

A total of 20 steel beams for the new bridge will be delivered to the project over the next week.  Deliveries are scheduled for Thursday (7/14) and Friday(7/15) of this week and Monday (7/18) thru Wednesday (7/20) of next week.

Deliveries are scheduled to arrive daily between 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Delivery Route – Due to the length of the beams, the delivery route will run from Exit 9-Middlesex to US 2 to Waterbury Village, through the roundabout to VT 100 N to Stowe Street.


Traffic – Traffic at VT 100/Blush Hill, Stowe Street and Lincoln Street will be held briefly for the delivery trucks to access the site on Stowe Street.   Expect traffic delays.


Stowe Street Closure to Thru Traffic–

 Stowe Street will be closed to thru traffic under the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge on Saturday (7/16), Monday (7/18) and Tuesday (7/19) while crews set structural steel for the new bridge above Stowe Street.

Saturday (7/16) Closure Hours – All Day – Crews will be working throughout the day to set the steel.  Once the work is  complete, Stowe Street will be opened back up to thru traffic under the bridge.

 - Monday (7/18) – Tuesday (7/19) Closure Hours – 8:00 am to 3:30 pm


During closure periods, local traffic will be able to travel on Stowe Street up to the closure from Main Street and up to the closure from VT 100.

A marked detour will be in effect for thru traffic as follows -

- Stowe Street (North) Traffic – Thru traffic from VT 100 and/or the north end of Stowe Street wanting to access the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US2) will be directed to VT 100 S to the Roundabout and take Union Street.

- Stowe Street (South) Traffic – Thru traffic from the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US 2) wanting to access VT 100 /north Stowe Street will be directed to use Union Street to the Roundabout to VT 100 N.

Pedestrians will have access through the closure with the assistance from flaggers.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Traffic Alert: July 11, 2016 - July 11, 2016

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.

The rolling roadblocks scheduled for today have been postponed until tomorrow, Tuesday, July 12, 2016 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm.

This work is weather dependent.  If it rains, the rolling roadblock will be canceled and rescheduled for another time.

Rolling roadblocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 9 and Exit 10 so crews can maintain the tubular markers within the lane division. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Traffic Alert - July 7, 2016 - July 7, 2016

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.

Due to a large number of tubular markers being hit and knocked down last night, crews have scheduled rolling roadblocks for Friday, July 8, 2016 between 10:30 am and 1:30 pm on I-89 northbound between Exit 9-Middlesex and Exit 10-Waterbury.   Expect traffic delays.

The next rolling roadblocks are scheduled for Monday, July 11, 2016 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm.
This work is weather dependent.  If it rains, the rolling roadblock will be canceled and rescheduled for another time.

Rolling roadblocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 9 and Exit 10 so crews can maintain the tubular markers within the lane division. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Traffic Alert: July 5, 2016 - July 5, 2016

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.


The rolling roadblocks that were scheduled for today were canceled.

They have been rescheduled to occur Wednesday, July 6, 2016 between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm on I-89 northbound between Exit 9-Middlesex and Exit 10-Waterbury.   Expect traffic delays.

This work is weather dependent.  If it rains, the rolling roadblock will be canceled and rescheduled for another time.

Rolling roadblocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 9 and Exit 10 so crews can maintain the tubular markers within the lane division. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Traffic Alert: I-89 NB Rolling Roadblocks Between Exit 9 - Exit 10 Thursday (6/16) - June 15, 2016

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.

Rolling roadblocks will occur Thursday, June 16th between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm on I-89 northbound between Exit 9-Middlesex and Exit 10-Waterbury so the tubular markers within the lane division that are missing can be replaced. 

Rolling roadblocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 9 and Exit 10 so crews can maintain the tubular markers within the lane division. 

 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

VTrans to Replace Culvert on VT 100 in Duxbury - June 8, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Chris Williams
chris.williams@vermont.gov

 

VTrans to Replace Culvert on VT 100 in Duxbury

MONTPELIER, Vt.—June 8, 2016---The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) is moving ahead on replacing the culvert which carries Crossett Brook beneath VT 100 in Duxbury.  Earlier this spring, the large aging culvert began showing signs of failure.  Inspections showed significant deterioration of the structure and signs of cracking and sagging in the northbound lane pavement of VT 100.  A temporary two-lane bridge was installed as a temporary measure to carry traffic until the permanent project to replace the culvert was developed.

The failing multi-plate metal pipe arch system, constructed in 1977, will be replaced by a 28 foot by 8 foot precast concrete frame with a natural stream bottom, making it more resilient to larger storm events and provide aquatic organism passage.  Several structural alternatives were considered for this site. Given the site constraints and accelerated projects schedule, a wider, open bottomed concrete frame was selected.  This new structure will be hydraulically adequate and meet state stream equilibrium standards.

Construction is expected to start the week of June 13th with the completion of the replacement scheduled for November 2016.  Crews will return in the spring of 2017 for site restoration and final paving. 

An off-alignment two-lane temporary bridge will be installed by mid-July to carry traffic until VT 100 is restored. Traffic may be interrupted periodically to allow equipment and trucks to access the site.

Weekly construction updates are posted on the Waterbury Works website at http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov and emailed to those who register on the website. Regular updates are also provided on 511, Facebook, Twitter, and via VTrans’ On the Road program. 

The Duxbury VT Route 100 Bridge replacement project is part of the Waterbury Area Transportation Projects (WATP), a series of transportation and infrastructure improvement projects in the Waterbury area that will meet the immediate and long range needs of the community and the region.  The Roundabout and Stowe Street sidewalk projects were also a part of WATP.  The entire series of projects is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

Rolling Road Blocks for Tuesday 6/7 Cancelled - June 6, 2016

Rolling road blocks scheduled for Tuesday, June 7 have been cancelled. Please note that rolling road blocks will occur weekly on I-89 northbound between Exit 9 and Exit 10 so the tubular markers within the lane division can be replaced.  

TRAFFIC ALERT - Stowe Street to be Closed to Thru Traffic Under Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge & Public Meeting Reminder - May 3, 2016

May 3, 2016

 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.

Stowe StreetClosure to Thru Traffic–

Stowe Street will be closed to thru traffic under the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge on Thursday (5/5) and Friday (5/6) while crews remove Pier 1. The closure period for both days will be from 9:00 am and 2:00 pm.

During closure periods, local traffic will be able to travel on Stowe Street up to the closure from Main Street and up to the closure from VT 100.  

A marked detour will be in effect for thru traffic as follows -  

> Stowe Street (North) Traffic – Thru traffic from VT 100 and/or the north end of Stowe Street wanting to access the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US2) will be directed to VT 100 S to the Roundabout and take Union Street.

> Stowe Street (South) Traffic – Thru traffic from the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US 2) wanting to access VT 100 /north Stowe Street will be directed to use Union Street to the Roundabout to VT 100 N. 


Pedestrians will have access through the closure with the assistance from flaggers. 

 
Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 or Barb Farr, 802-888-3810 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Project

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

REMINDER - Public Information Meeting - The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Town of Duxbury will hold a Public Information Meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM at the Crossett Brook Middle School located at 5672 Vermont 100, Duxbury, Vermont. 

The existing pipe metal arch culvert will be replaced during the 2016 construction season with a wider open bottom arch culvert to provide greater resiliency to larger storm event and aquatic organism passage.  Traffic will be maintained on an off-alignment two-lane, two-way temporary bridge.  There may be periodic short term lane closures to allow the contractor access to the site.

The intent of the meeting is to provide an overview of this bridge replacement project to Town Officials, local residents, businesses, emergency services and other interested parties. There will be a review of the existing site conditions, proposed work, maintenance of traffic and overall schedule followed by a question and answer period.
This project on VT Route 100 is approximately 0.7 miles south of the intersection of VT Route 100 and VT Route 2.

A copy of the project factsheet for this project is available online at: 

https://outside.vermont.gov/agency/vtrans/external/Projects/Structures/16b001  

Smart Work Zone in Operation - April 29, 2016

The Smart Work Zone in Waterbury is now in operation with variable message signs posted on I-89, US 2 and VT 100 to alert travelers to construction related traffic conditions and detours.

Messages will be programmed from VTrans Traffic Operations Center. These movable message signs will be relocated as needed based on the location of construction activity and traffic patterns.

The Smart Work Zone provides Advanced Traveler Information during the construction of the new I-89 bridges. A full array of Portable Changeable Message Signs (PCMS), Wavetronics radar traffic sensors, and video cameras broadcast live data to a public website created for this Project. 

https://public.jamlogic.com/zone/vt-waterbury

Google Chrome is recommended to view the live traffic cameras. 
Click here to download the Google Chrome browser.

The general public can view the construction Work Zone traffic conditions at several locations in real time 24/7 and see the messages posted on the PCMS’s. The site’s traffic sensors continuously monitor traffic volumes through the Work Zone and alter PCMS messages regarding potential delays or expected travel times to certain destinations automatically based on pre-determined congestion thresholds, e.g. during peak commuting times. VTrans monitors the Work Zone for traffic congestion and incidents requiring emergency responses, such as disabled vehicles or crashes. When situations such as these do occur and public notification is warranted, VTrans will be able to respond quickly and alert drivers remotely through changes in the PCMS messaging and the website.

Traffic Alert: April 27, 2016 - April 27, 2016

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.

Stowe Street Closure to Thru Traffic–

Stowe Street will be closed to thru traffic under the Exit 10 off-ramp bridge on Friday (4/29) and Saturday (4/30) while crews remove the structural steel from the old bridge.

· Friday (4/29) Closure Hours – 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

· Saturday (4/30) Closure Hours – All Day – Crews will be working throughout the day to remove the steel.  Once the work is complete, Stowe Street will be opened back up to thru traffic under the bridge. 

During closure periods, local traffic will be able to travel on Stowe Street up to the closure from Main Street and up to the closure from VT 100.    

A marked detour will be in effect for thru traffic as follows -  

· Stowe Street (North) Traffic – Thru traffic from VT 100 and/or the north end of Stowe Street wanting to access the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US2) will be directed to VT 100 S to the Roundabout and take Union Street.

· Stowe Street (South) Traffic – Thru traffic from the south end of Stowe Street (Main Street/US 2) wanting to access VT 100 /north Stowe Street will be directed to use Union Street to the Roundabout to VT 100 N. 

Pedestrians will have access through the closure with the assistance from flaggers. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Construction Update April 25, 2016 - April 22, 2016

VTrans would like to keep you informed of construction activities related to the following projects: 

-       Waterbury Roundabout Project

-       I-89 Bridges Project – Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp Bridge

-       VT 100 Duxbury – Culvert Project

Please note: Public Informational Meeting - The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Town of Duxbury will hold a Public Information Meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM at the Crossett Brook Middle School located at 5672 Vermont 100, Waterbury, Vermont. See below for additional information.

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.

Traffic:  Minor traffic delays can be expected.

 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.

I-89 Bridges NB Off-Ramp Bridge – Crews will work Saturday (4/23) and all next week removing the deck of the closed bridge.  

Stowe Street – Traffic on Stowe Street can expect intermittent lane closures near the bridge for construction related activities.  Flaggers will be present to maintain traffic flow.

There is a possibility that Stowe Street could have daily closures between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm towards the end of next week. The Stowe Street closure to thru traffic would be located under the closed NB Exit 10 off-ramp bridge.  During closure times, traffic will be able to travel on Stowe Street up to the closure from Main Street and up to the closure from VT 100.

I-89 NB Lane Divisions – Northbound lanes are divided starting approximately one mile south of Exit 10.
Northbound thru traffic is restricted to left lane use only. Traffic exiting I-89 at Exit 10 is restricted to right lane use only.  A 50 mph speed limit is in effect within the divided lanes. Motorists are encouraged to merge early into their desired lanes.

Northbound traffic wanting to exit I-89 is being directed to use the temporary off-ramp detour that was constructed last year.  A reduced speed limit of 25 mph is in effect on the temporary off-ramp detour.

A 12 ft. lane restriction is in effect within the lane division and temporary off-ramp detour.  

VT100 Duxbury – Culvert Replacement Project

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

Public Informational Meeting - The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Town of Duxbury will hold a Public Information Meeting on Monday, May 9, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM at the Crossett Brook Middle School located at 5672 Vermont 100, Waterbury, Vermont. 


The existing pipe metal arch culvert will be replaced during the 2016 construction season with a wider open bottom arch culvert to provide greater resiliency to larger storm event and aquatic organism passage.  Traffic will be maintained on an off-alignment two-lane, two-way temporary bridge.  There may be periodic short term lane closures to allow the contractor access to the site.

The intent of the meeting is to provide an overview of this bridge replacement project to Town Officials, local residents, businesses, emergency services and other interested parties. There will be a review of the existing site conditions, proposed work, maintenance of traffic and overall schedule followed by a question and answer period.

This project on VT Route 100 is approximately 0.7 miles south of the intersection of VT Route 100 and VT Route 2.

A copy of the project factsheet for this project is available online at: 

https://outside.vermont.gov/agency/vtrans/external/Projects/Structures/16b001



Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Public Information Meeting - May 9, 2016 - April 18, 2016

April 18, 2016

A Public Information Meeting on the project listed below will be held on Monday, May 9, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM at the Crossett Brook Middle School located at 5672 Vermont 100, Waterbury, Vermont.  The meeting will be held by the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Town of Duxbury.

Culvert Replacement project:

Duxbury BF 013-4(47) – VT Route 100 Bridge #193 over Crossett Brook 

The existing pipe metal arch culvert will be replaced during the 2016 construction season with a wider open bottom arch culvert to provide greater resiliency to larger storm event and aquatic organism passage.  Traffic will be maintained on an off-alignment two-lane, two-way temporary bridge.  There may be periodic short term lane closures to allow the contactor access to the site.

The intent of the meeting is to provide an overview of this bridge replacement project to Town Officials, local residents, businesses, emergency services and other interested parties. There will be a review of the existing site conditions, proposed work, maintenance of traffic and overall schedule followed by a question and answer period.

This project on VT Route 100 is approximately 0.7 miles south of the intersection of VT Route 100 and VT Route 2.

A copy of the project factsheet for this project is available online at:  

https://outside.vermont.gov/agency/vtrans/external/Projects/Structures/16b001

Reduced Speed Limits and Traffic Pattern Changes at I-89 Northbound Exit 10 - Waterbury - April 13, 2016

VTrans is moving ahead on construction to replace the northbound Exit 10 off-ramp bridge, the third and final phase of the I-89 Bridges project. Replacement of the off-ramp bridge will require closing the existing bridge which carries exiting northbound traffic to VT 100. Crews are preparing for the northbound off-ramp closure and traffic shift to occur on Friday, April 15th, 2016, weather permitting.

The I-89 northbound traffic pattern will be identical to last year with northbound lanes divided by tubular markers, permanent markings and barrels. Northbound thru traffic will be restricted to left lane use only and traffic exiting I-89 at Exit 10 will be restricted to right lane use only.  During the northbound off-ramp bridge closure, I-89 traffic wanting to exit the interstate will be directed to the temporary off-ramp detour that was constructed last year.  

To promote a safe transition from I-89 onto the temporary ramp, a reduced posted speed limit of 25 mph will be in effect on the temporary ramp. VTrans has included several traffic control measures to warn exiting motorists about the 25 mph speed limit zone.  In addition to posted speed limit signs, advance warning will include installation of two sets of transverse rumble strips, which will span across the right lane in strategic locations. Radar speed feedback signs will also be in place between the two sets of rumble strips.   Additionally, a right turn warning sign will be installed at the turn to the exit ramp which will light up if it detects vehicle speeds higher than 25 mph. 

Southbound I-89 traffic can expect two lanes open at Exit 10, except for occasional times when single temporary lane closures may be necessary.

In 2015, the two mainline I-89 bridges at Exit 10 were rehabilitated and during the 2016 construction season the northbound off-ramp bridge will be reconstructed. 



Traffic Alert: October 20, 2015 - October 20, 2015

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.

I-89 SB Bridge (46S) – Crews are removing the tubular markers for the lane division on I89 southbound at Exit 10. Travel will be reduced to one lane while this work is completed. Motorists will have access to the off-ramp at Exit 10.

While crews continue to remove the crossovers, there will be daily closures in both NB and SB lanes.    The bridges will be opened to two-lane traffic during non-work hours. 

Exit 10 SB On-Ramp – Starting Wednesday (10/21) the SB on-ramp daily closures from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the associated detour along US 2 will no longer be in effect. 

Motorists are reminded Exit 10 continues to be an active work zone and the reduced speed limit of 50 mph is still in effect. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Heavy Traffic Volumes Expected for Columbus Day Weekend - October 8, 2015

Heavier traffic volumes are expected in the Waterbury/Stowe area for Columbus Day Weekend, particularly on I-89 and VT 100. Peak traffic is likely between 3-5 pm on Fridays.

Exit 10 on I-89 continues to be an active work area as VTrans works to complete the new northbound bridge. Travelers are advised to use extra caution through this work area.

For real time traffic information, view VTrans traffic cameras: www.watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov.

Traffic During Fall Foliage Season - September 18, 2015

Enjoy Fall Foliage in Scenic Vermont More…Avoid Peak Traffic

Come enjoy Vermont’s fall foliage but anticipate heavier traffic in the Waterbury area on I-89 at Exit 10 and VT 100.

Higher traffic volumes are expected mid-September through Columbus Day weekend. Peak traffic is likely between 3-5 pm on Fridays.

Construction on I-89 at Exit 10 will continue as VTrans works to complete the new northbound bridge. Travelers are advised to use extra caution through this work area.

For real time traffic information, view VTrans traffic cameras: www.watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov.

Safe driving tips for the holiday from the Vermont Agency of Transportation. - September 4, 2015

As summer’s last three-day weekend approaches motorists need to remember that driving on holiday weekends adds extra stress to a vacation. Here are some holiday safe driving tips:

1)      Be flexible when making travel plans. Leave early and try to avoid peak travel hours.

 

2)      Avoid pressure driving. Don’t try to do too much in a short time span. Aggressive driving leads to abrupt lane changes, failure to yield right of way and driving too fast for conditions.

3)      Pay attention to driving when fatigued. The increased demands of time tables like check in, check out or other reservations can push drivers over their limit due to reduced sleep schedules. Stay fresh, get plenty of rest and take frequent breaks along the way.

4)      Remember the dangers of distracted driving. Put the phone down. No texting or surfing the web while you drive.

5)      Don’t drink and drive.

This message is brought to you by the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

86 Montpelier LINK Express Service Change - August 31, 2015

ATTENTION PASSENGERS

Important Service Change 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4

86 Montpelier LINK Express

The last day of service for the 3:15 PM departure from Burlington and the 4:30 PM return departure from Montpelierwill be Friday September 4th.

The summer service was funded by FHWA as a traffic management strategy to encourage transit ridership and reduce passenger vehicle traffic through the Waterbury interstate project area.

For questions regarding schedules, please visit cctaride.org or email infor@cctaride.org

802-864-2282/cctaride.org 

Traffic Alert: August 26, 2015 - August 26, 2015

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.

I-89 NB Bridge (46N) – Thursday, August 27, 2015, concrete for the new deck is scheduled to be poured.  With the concrete deliveries, there will be an increase in truck traffic on Stowe Street, Exit 10 NB Off-Ramp, VT 100 and US 2. 

Stowe Street – Concrete for half of the bridge will be poured from Stowe Street.  Delivery trucks will enter Stowe Street from Main Street and continue to VT 100 after each delivery.  Stowe Street will continue to be reduced to one lane under the bridge with Uniformed Traffic Officers present to assist with traffic flow.

Exit 10 NB Off-Ramp - Travel will be reduced to one lane so concrete trucks can use the closed lane to access the bridge construction area. A Uniformed Traffic Officer will be located on the NB off-ramp to assist trucks during concrete deliveries. 

US 2 Waterbury to Middlesex – During the daily SB on-ramp closure period from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, concrete trucks will be using US 2 East to Exit 9 in Middlesex. 

This work is expected to start at 6:00 am and continue through the end of the day.

Traffic – Traffic delays can be expected.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Website: http://watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waterbury-Works-Transportation-projects/674775505949928
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WaterburyWorks

Article on I-89 Bridges Project - August 11, 2015

Check out ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com's article on the I-89 Bridges Project!

Available here: http://www.constructionequipmentguide.com/First-Part-of-11M-Bridge-Rehab-Project-Complete/25839

Roundabout at Route 2 and Route 100 Completed - July 23, 2015

The completion of the roundabout at Route 2 and Route 100 was celebrated with a ribbon cutting, http://www.stowetoday.com/waterbury_record/news/local_news/ceremony-celebrates-roundabout-completion/article_594213c8-321a-11e5-a3cf-b3a4e9dcefa2.html

Survey about the VT 108 Bridge in Stowe is Available! - July 22, 2015

Please complete a short survey about the VT 108 Bridge in Stowe. Your responses are valuable for guiding VTrans’ future construction planning. 

This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. The survey will be available until August 31, 2015.

Please click https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VT108 for the survey. 

Questions? Please call Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994

US 2/VT 100 Roundabout Project Ribbon Cutting on July 22, 2015 - July 22, 2015

The Town of Waterbury, in coordination with the Vermont Agency of Transportation, announced the completion of the US 2/VT 100 Roundabout project. Secretary Minter will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:30 am on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 to celebrate the on time completion of this $3.9 million project. The Roundabout replaces the existing T-intersection, which had experienced frequent long queues resulting in travel delays. Theproject also integrates new sidewalks to improve access and safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.

For further information about the project and construction activities and to register for email updates: www.watp.vtransprojects.vermont.gov

Traffic Alert - July 20, 2015

Stowe VT 108 Bridge Reconstruction
AOT Project No. BRF 0235(11)

Project Location:  The VT 108 Bridge (Bridge No. 2) is located on VT 108 approximately 350 feet north of the intersection of VT 100 and VT 108 in Stowe.

Milling and Paving to occur at the VT 108 bridge in Stowe Village this week – Expect Delays

  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015, crews will be milling on each side of the bridge.
  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015, crews will be paving and line striping on each side of the bridge.  Both operations are dependent on favorable weather conditions.


Traffic:  During milling and paving, travel will be reduced to one-lane on VT 108. Traffic control personnel will be present to maintain traffic flow.  Motorists are encouraged to plan for delays.

Removal of Weeks Hill STOP signs (at Mayo Farm Road) and VT 100 Temporary Signal – 

  • The STOP signs installed for use during the detour on Weeks Hill Road at the Mayo Farms intersection are planned to be removed on Friday, July 24, 2015. A Warning to motorists about the change is posted on portable changeable message signs located on Mayo Farm Road.
  • The temporary signal on VT 100 at Weeks Hill Road is scheduled to be removed Thursday morning, July 23, 2015. Motorists can expect traffic interruptions for a few hours while crews remove the signal.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.


Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

I-89 Exit 10 Northbound Traffic Pattern Change - July 14, 2015

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

The newly reconstructed I-89 Southbound Bridge at Exit 10 opened to one lane traffic on July 10th and Southbound I-89 thru traffic was redirected onto the new bridge.  

This afternoon, I-89 Northbound thru traffic (left lane) will be shifted onto the Southbound Bridge to allow the contractor to close the Northbound Bridge and begin reconstruction.  

The Northbound Exit 10 Off-Ramp traffic pattern will remain unchanged.  

Advance warning signs and traffic control devices are in place to direct motorists through the crossover traffic pattern. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone.  It is against the law to use a hand held cell phone while driving.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

New I-89 Exit 10 Southbound Bridge to Open on July 10, 2015 - July 10, 2015

The newly reconstructed I-89 Southbound Bridge at Exit 10 is scheduled to be open to one lane traffic on July 10th around Midday.

Southbound I-89 traffic, which had been diverted on a crossover during construction, will be redirected onto the new bridge.  

Construction on the I-89 Southbound Bridge was completed ahead of schedule. 

Crews will continue work to complete the traffic shift of the Northbound traffic next week onto the Southbound bridge  This will allow the contractor to close the Northbound bridge and begin removal of the bridge deck. 

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone.  It is
against the law to use a hand held cell phone while driving.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

New Montpelier LINK Express Service Beginning Monday, June 29th - June 29, 2015

VTrans is now funding an additional trip on the #86 Montpelier LINK Express to assist with reducing congestion on I-89 related to construction projects in the Waterbury area. A 3:15 PM departure from Burlington and a 4:30 PM departure from Montpelier has been added to the weekday schedule, supplementing the existing 4:00 and 5:00 trips from Montpelier to Burlington. The additional trip will operate June 29, 2015 through September 4, 2015. For additional information please see CCTAride.org.  View Brochure.

Traffic Alert - June 15, 2015

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.



I-89 SB Bridge (46S) – 
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015, concrete for the new deck is scheduled to be poured.  With the concrete deliveries, there will be an increase in truck traffic near the I-89 SB ramps on VT 100.  A flagger or Uniformed Traffic Officer will be located on VT 100 N to assist traffic at the SB ramps.  There will also be an increase in trucks exiting the project area on I-89 SB.  

Exit 10 NB off-ramp will be reduced to one lane so concrete trucks can use the closed lane to access the bridge construction area.

This work is expected to start at 5:30 am and continue through most of the day.  

Traffic – 
Traffic delays can be expected throughout the day.


Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone. 


Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

VT 108 Stowe Bridge Re-Opens a Week Early - May 22, 2015

The VT 108 Stowe Bridge opened to motorists this morning, a week ahead of schedule. During the closure period, crews dismantled and removed the old bridge and constructed the new bridge, which included placing new abutments, installing a new waterline, steel girders and the bridge deck. The roadway approaches were also reconstructed and repaved. 

Construction will continue on the bridge through August.  Remaining work on the project includes constructing the pedestrian access and timber covered walkway, installing new curb, sidewalk and final 2 layers of new pavement on the approaches. Forms under the deck and the old pier will also be removed. While crews work to complete the project, travel will be reduced to one lane over the bridge daily with flaggers assisting in maintaining traffic flow.  

Pedestrian traffic will continue to be re-routed to the Stowe Recreation Path located on Weeks Hill Road to behind the Stowe Community Church.  The new access over the bridge is not completed at this time; crews will be working to provide access by May 29th, 2015.

The temporary signal on VT 100 at West Hill Road will remain in place through completion of the project.  It will be set on flash-mode and become operational when deemed necessary. Motorists can expect traffic delays from daily lane closures on the bridge as crews work to complete the project.

Traffic Alert - May 21, 2015

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.

I-89 NB and SB Lane Closures in Waterbury- NB and SB lane closures can be expected Friday, May 22, 2015 while crews install traffic signs.  The lane closures will be located outside of the Exit 10 construction zone.  This work will be completed in the morning.  

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.

Celebrate the Opening of the Bridge Street Bridge on VT 108 at VT 100 - May 20, 2015

The Vermont Agency of Transportation and the Town of Stowe invite you to join us to celebrate the opening of the Bridge Street Bridge on VT 108 at VT 100

(1 week ahead of schedule)

Friday, May 22 at 11:00 AM

We look forward to seeing you there. 

For more information contact Erik Filkhorn (802) 498-5988 erik.filkhorn@state.vt.us or Charles Safford (802) 253-7350 csafford@townofstowevermont.org

Traffic Alert - May 18, 2015

I-89 Exit 10 Construction over Memorial Day Weekend

Work will continue on I-89 at Exit 10 throughout Memorial Day Weekend. Increased traffic is expected and delays are likely. Please drive safely.

Traffic Alert - May 17, 2015

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. 

I-89 NB and SB Lane Closures at Exit 10 - NB and SB lane closures can be expected starting Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 while crews install traffic signs and replace tubular markers within the lane divisions approaching Exit 10.  Traffic will have access to Exit 10 during the lane closures.  This work is expected to take 2-3 days to complete and is weather dependent.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is illegal in Vermont to use any handheld portable electronic devices while driving. The law carries fines of up to $200 with points assessed if the violation occurs in a work zone.

Contact Francine Perkins, 802-479-6994 with questions.