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Vermont Road Construction Report

This report from the Vermont Agency of Transportation lists the major construction projects throughout the state. It shows the expected effect on traffic and you can use it to avoid slowdowns due to road construction.

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Vermont Roadway Construction Alerts

This report includes work being done on Interstate as well as local roadways.

November 11, 2019

Welcome to On the Road. Here is a list of road construction projects happening throughout Vermont. Crews will be off this Monday in observance of Veterans Day and will resume work on Tuesday. Motorists are encouraged to stay focused when driving through work zones; lives depend on it. Safe travels!


I-89 Colchester Bridges Reduced to one lane between Exits 16 and 17 during the day, Monday through Friday for site cleanup. Travelers should expect delays.

I-91 Fairlee Reduced to one lane in the Southbound direction between Exits 16 and 15 for a ledge removal project. 

I-89 Richmond/Williston Single lane closures between Exits 11 and 12 for guardrail work.

I-91 Rockingham Bridges Lane and speed reductions continue throughout the work zone. Rolling roadblocks from Exit 7 Southbound will be in place at 7AM and 4PM throughout the week, resulting in significant delays. Motorists should plan their travels accordingly.

Around the State

Bradford The bridge on Old Creamery Rd. over the Waits River is closed to all traffic for deck replacement.

Brandon  Full roadway reconstruction along US-7 continues.  Slower speeds and intermittent one-way alternating traffic can be expected.

Brandon/Goshen  A road reclaim project is wrapping up along VT-73. Alternating one-lane traffic and speed reductions are in place. Expect some delays in the work zones.

Cambridge VT-108 has a sloping project. Expect daytime lane closures with some small delays.

Essex/Underhill General clean-up activities along VT-15 this week. Motorists should expect minimal delays.

Fair Haven Full closure of VT-22A just south of Prospect Street this week for a rail crossing project. A signed detour is in place.

Londonderry/Chester a paving project along VT-11 is underway. Motorists should be aware of alternating lane closures, resulting in some delays.

Manchester/Peru Sign and shoulder work along VT-11 this week. Motorists may encounter alternating one-way traffic, with slight delays.

New Haven US-7 is reduced to one lane approx. 1 mile north of the intersection with VT-17 for a culvert project. Temporary traffic signals are in place, with flaggers as needed. Some short delays.

North Hero/Grand Isle  Work continues on the drawbridge replacement project along US-2. A speed reduction is in place, with occasional stops/releases of traffic to allow for construction vehicles to enter the work zone.

Orleans Village One-way alternating traffic across one lane of the new bridge while crews finish the final phase of construction. Traffic maintained with temporary signal lights.

Sheldon VT-105 is reduced to alternating one-way traffic at the intersection of VT-78 for a bridge recovery project. Travelers should expect some slight delays.

St. Johnsbury The Park & Ride at the intersection of US-2 and VT-2B remains closed for improvements.

Waterbury Major reconstruction continues along US-2, with multiple areas of operation downtown. Motorists should expect alternating one-way traffic and delays.

Woodstock VT-12 is reduced to one lane approx. 3 miles north of the intersection with US-4 for a bridge project. Temporary traffic signals are in place, with flaggers as needed. Some slight delays.