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Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Vermont Issued by the National Weather Service

...The Flood Warning continues for Lake Champlain... Affecting the Lake Champlain shoreline counties in New York... Clinton...Essex...Washington and in Vermont...Addison... Chittenden...Franklin...Grand Isle...Rutland The Flood Warning continues for The Lake Champlain At Rouses Point.
Posted: May 21, 2019, 3:41 pm


On The Road.  May 13, 2019


I-89 Colchester – Between Exits 16 and 17 a bridge rehabilitation project is going on. Motorists should expect slower speeds due to lane closures between 7AM and 3PM. I-89 northbound may be reduced to one lane during the weekday AM peak hours (7AM to 2PM) and I-89 southbound can be reduced to one lane during the weekday PM peak hours (10AM to 3 PM).  Night roadwork between Exits 10 and 11 includes both barrels of the interstate between 7PM and 6AM. Expect slower speeds in this work zone. Ledge removal project at Exit 6 northbound in Berlin will see one-lane traffic starting this week. This project involves working on about 1400 feet of ledge that is prone to rock fall. Exit 6 will remain open until the closure period in June. Expect some delays this week.

I-91 In Rockingham, there is an ongoing bridge replacement project. Crews will be building the crossover route onto the northbound bridge. Expect slower speed limits in this work zone.  Please plan your morning commute accordingly.

Road Closures

Newport – VT 105 will be closed for 4 days starting on May 20 between Bear Mountain Road and the Perrault Farm. Look for detour signage.
Georgia – VT 104A will be closed May 20-24 from 9AM to 3PM.  Look for detour signage.
Franklin County – VT 105A bridge closed until the end of May 2019.
Lamoille County – VT 108 Smugglers Notch closed.
Addison County – Lincoln Gap closed.
Windsor County – Bethel Mountain Road in Rochester is closed due to flood damage.


Around the State

Brighton – VT 105 has a construction project that will include milling and resurfacing the roadway at three railroad crossings. On Monday, May 13 expect a closure at the Maple Street crossing. Look for detour signage.  Expect short delays due to alternating one-lane traffic. Work hours are from 6AM to 7PM Monday through Saturday.

Orleans Village Bridge – Barton Street, VT 58 over the Barton River. Alternating one-lane traffic and slower speeds will impact traffic this week.

Enosburg/Richford – VT 105/105A has a roadway resurfacing project starting on May 20. Expect some delays during the project.

Richford-Sutton – Bridge rehabilitation project on VT 105A over the Missisquoi River. The bridge remains closed through the end of May. Look for detour signage.

North Hero/Grand Isle – US 2 at the drawbridge where traffic will be switched onto the temporary bridge this week. Work hours are 6:30AM through 6:30PM Monday through Saturday. Occasional lane closures (on Sundays) and lower speeds will impact traffic this week.

Williston – US 2 has a nighttime repaving project going on. Cold planing between 7PM and 6AM this week. Travelers should expect delays.

Essex, Jericho-Richmond – VT 117 has excavation and drainage work this week. Expect delays in this work zone.

Morristown – VT 15A/15 bridge project, weather permitting, will get permanent pavement markings and more guardrail installation this week. Minor impact to traffic this week. 

Cabot/Danville – US 2 has some ditching and slope work this week. Slower speed limit (40mph) and alternating one-lane traffic will impact traffic again this week.

East Montpelier – VT 14 bridge replacement project has curb, guardrail and sidewalk installation this week.  Alternating one-lane traffic with slower speeds between 9AM and 3PM.

Montpelier – Granite and Pioneer Streets have bike path construction going on. Expect alternating one-lane traffic and slower speeds to impact traffic flow. At the Gallison Hill end of the project the road is being widened to add bike lanes on both sides from VT 2 to the Civic Center.

Waterbury/Stowe – VT 100 rehabilitation project has resumed. Two-way traffic during the day and alternating one-lane traffic during the night requires slower speeds in the work zones. Crews will be coordinating the new signals this week.

Waterbury – VT 2 Main Street reconstruction. Contractors are still working on storm drains this week. Expect slower speeds and short delays in the work zone. Specific information can be found at

Bethel/Royalton – VT 107 and VT 110 has a road improvement project going on. Ditching and guardrail work with some paving this week. Travelers should expect delays in these work zones.

Middlebury-Starksboro – VT 116 will have pavement marking and bridge joint work this week. Travelers should expect alternating one-lane traffic and slower speeds that will create some delays.

Brandon/Goshen – VT 73 has a road improvement project going on. Motorists and cyclists should expect alternating one-lane traffic and speed reductions. Expect some delays.

Rockingham/Clarendon – VT 103 has a 42-mile road improvement project that will require a 40mph speed limit during daytime work hours. Alternating one-lane traffic will impact traffic in this work zone.

Manchester – VT 7A, 30 and 11 all have road improvement projects. Milling, paving and signal work this week. Daytime hours 6AM to 6PM. Nighttime hours 7PM to 6AM. Travelers should expect alternating one-lane traffic and minor delays in these work zones.

Jamaica – Winhall – VT 30 and VT 100 intersection. This paving project extends north from the Routes 30 and 100 intersection for 9 miles to the intersection of Route 11 in Winhall. Travelers should expect slower speed limits and short traffic delays in this work zone.

Mount Holly – VT 155 has a roadway and slope remediation project with slower speeds and alternating one-lane traffic affecting traffic this week.

Safe Travels!




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