8/17/17 – Below is the most recent update about the project. 

 

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Construction Update
Barre City Paving (US 302 & VT 14)
NH 2961 (2) & STP 2961 (1)
                                                                        

Project Location:  The project extends along US 302 from the Berlin/Barre City line through downtown Barre and continues on US 302/Washington Street to just before Poulin Auto.  The project also includes VT 14/ Maple Ave to Hope Cemetery and South Main Street to Jockey Hollow. 

Thursday night (8/17) – Crews will complete adjusting structures on VT 14N/Maple Ave near Hope Cemetery and then move to North Main Street and start adjusting structures in the travel lanes.


Week of August 21st, 2017

Daytime Work – Crosswalk Ramp ReplacementTwo crews will continue working on replacing crosswalk ramps during daytime hours on North Main Street (downtown) and VT 14S/South Main Street.  Parking spots on each side of the crosswalk ramps will be blocked off during the replacement work.

Night Work (7:00 pm to 6:00 am) –

Final Paving – Final paving and line striping will occur Sunday and Monday night on US 302/North Main Street and possibly start VT 14N/Maple Ave, weather permitting.  Paving will not occur after Monday night this week.

Structures – Crews will continue adjusting manhole adjustments located in the travel lanes as follows:

  • Downtown Main Street (Sunday night – 8/20)
  • US 302/Washington Street
  • VT 14S/South Main Street

Saws and jackhammers are typical pieces of equipment used for structure and crosswalk ramp work.

Traffic – Alternating one-way traffic will be maintained for all night work operations this week. Expect delays.

It is illegal in VT 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, Project Outreach Coordinator, FRP Enterprises, LLC with any questions or concerns with regards to the project at 802-479-6994.  Construction updates will be posted at www.roadworkupdates.com