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With this week’s opening of the US Route 2 Richmond Bridge, the crew will be putting the finishing touches on the bridge and roadway over the next two weeks.

Expect intermittent alternating lane closures during this time. Traffic will be managed by flaggers.

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.

Best regards,

Jill Barrett
Public Information Officer




Construction Update: 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.

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.




Construction Update SO BURLINGTON I-89 Culverts – week of August 7, 2017


This week the contractor (J. A. McDonald) for a I-89 culvert replacement project advanced plans to restore two Northbound sections of the highway between Exits 12 and 13 in So Burlington that were excavated to install the new culverts. On Friday/Saturday the interstate will be paved and line striping installed (weather permitting).

Early next week northbound traffic will be shifted from the diversions located in the medians to the mainline of the interstate.

For the next few weeks there will be two work shifts on the project. The night crew will work Sunday – Thursday evenings on building the Southbound diversion and removing the Northbound diversion. The left (passing) lane will be closed evenings. During the day (Monday – Friday) the contractor will begin preparations for installing the culverts. Two-lane travel will be maintained during the day.

By the end of next week (August 11) the diversion behind the Dorset Park neighborhood should be fully constructed and night work will cease at his location.

For the safety of workers and motorists, the speed limit has been reduced to 55 m.p.h. for the duration of the project. Vermont State Police will step up enforcement to encourage motorists to slow down so our crew can work in a safe construction zone.

To learn more about the project see:  www.i89sbgculverts.vtransprojects.vermont.gov



Jill Barrett

Public Outreach Coordinator





























































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