Road Work

COUNT ON IT BUSINESS SERVICES, INC. works for several road/bridge contractors on projects in Southern Vermont providing Public Relations on specific projects.
Below is a list of current projects we now are working on.

VT 116/Hinesburg Road Culvert Replacement

VT 116/Hinesburg Road Culvert Replacement

The Vermont Agency of Transportation in conjunction with CCS Constructors, Inc. will begin the culvert replacement on VT Route 116/Hinesburg Road at Potash Brook.  The anticipated start date June 05, 2017 with a completion date of September 01, 2017.

This project will cause Hinesburg Road/VT Route 116 to be closed to thru traffic between Williston Road and Kennedy Drive beginning in mid to late June 2017.  Pedestrians/bicycles will still have the ability to cross the construction site via a temporary bridge.

 


Hinesburg Road/VT 116 between Williston Road and Kennedy Drive remains closed to thru traffic for the duration of the project and motorists to follow the signed detour.  

All driveways and side roads remain accessible.  

All pedestrians and bicyclists continue to have access thru the construction zone.


 

The following is the anticipated schedule on VT Route 116/Hinesburg Road for the week beginning July 17, 2017.

Tuesday – July 18:

  • VT Route 116 will be closed to thru traffic for the duration of the project and work will commence.
  • Construction activities throughout the week.

The following is the anticipated schedule on VT Route 116/Hinesburg Road for the week beginning tomorrow, July 21, 2017.

Saturday, Monday thru Friday:

  • VT Route 116 remains closed to thru traffic as work continues on the replacement of the culvert.

 

We ask motorists to slow down. If you miss the detour signs and reach the road closure use caution when turning around on the side streets. There are children at play and you are in a residential area.


I-89 Colchester-Swanton

Written by on May 1, 2017 in I-89 Colchester-Swanton, Road Work
I-89 Colchester-Swanton

PUT YOUR CELL PHONE DOWN!

IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE HAND HELD DEVICES WHILE DRIVING. IF CAUGHT, YOU WILL BE FINED AND 2 POINTS GO ON YOUR LICENSE!


 

The following is the anticipated schedule for the week beginning Sunday, July 16, 2017:

Sunday thru Thursday – 6pm to 6am:

  • Milling to begin in the northbound lanes from just north of Exit 16 proceeding north to the new Lamoille River Bridge.

 Monday thru Friday – Daytime:

  • Weather permitting, continued bridge joint work in both the northbound and southbound lanes from the new Lamoille River Bridge to Exit 19.
  • Weather permitting, pavement markings/line striping from the new Lamoille River Bridge to Exit 19

One lane of travel will be maintained within the construction zone.  Motorists should plan for minimal delays.


The following is the anticipated schedule for the week beginning July 23, 2017:

Sunday thru Thursday:

  • Milling continues in the high speed (left lanes) both northbound and southbound  lanes from approximately Exit 16 proceeding north to the new Lamoille River Bridge.

One lane of travel will be maintained within the construction zone.  Motorists should plan for minimal delays.

Anyone with questions or concerns regarding the project may contact Stephanie Barrett, Public Relations Officer at 802-862-6085.  If you would like to receive a weekly update of the contractors anticipated work schedule please email sbarrett@coibsinc.com your request.

So. Burlington-Williston RT’S 2&2A

So. Burlington-Williston RT’S 2&2A

This VTrans rehabilitation project is US Route 2 from Boxwood Lane, Williston to Millham Court, So. Burlington along with the repaving project of VT Route 2A from Hurricane Lane to Helena Drive, Williston.

For a complete project overview please click the following link

MOTORISTS PLEASE USE CAUTION WHILE TRAVELING THRU THE CONSTRUCTION ZONE!

The hours of operations are 7:00pm to 6:00am throughout the project.


The following is the anticipated schedule on US Route 2 for the week beginning Sunday, July 23, 2017.

Sunday – Monday:

  • Milling to begin from the Williston/So. Burlington line to Shunpike Road (Segment #2).
  • Erosion control measures installed in Segment #2.

Monday & Wednesday:

  • Excavation and new sub base material installed in Segment #2.

Wednesday & Thursday:

  • Fine grading in anticipation of paving in Segment #2.

Thursday (& Friday-if necessary):

  • Paving base in Segment #2.

SPECIFIC DAILY UPDATES

Tonight, July 20:

  • Paving from the N/S Brownell Road intersection to Munson Way.
  • Erosion control measures to be installed between the So. Burlington/Williston Town line and Shunpike Road.

MOTORIST SHOULD EXPECT DELAYS as traffic control continues allowing for 1 lane of alternating traffic within the construction zone.


Please note that there may be some daytime maintenance work that needs to be done to keep the roadway in a safe traveling condition.


Traffic control will be present allowing for one lane of alternating traffic.  Motorists should expect delays.

PUT YOUR CELL PHONE DOWN!

IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE HAND HELD DEVICES WHILE DRIVING. IF CAUGHT, YOU WILL BE FINED AND 2 POINTS GO ON YOUR LICENSE!

 

 

 

ROCKINGHAM, VT BRIDGES I-91

Written by on January 16, 2017 in Road Work, Rockingham Bridges-I91
ROCKINGHAM, VT BRIDGES I-91

rockinghamThe Vermont Agency of Transportation in conjunction with the design/build team of Reed & Reed, Inc. will complete bridge replacement on the I-91 bridges #24S & 24N over the Williams River in Rockingham, VT. This project has an anticipated completion date of June 15, 2020.

IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE CROSSOVER’S WILL BE OPENED UP TO MOTORISTS BY THE END OF BUSINESS TOMORROW, JULY 21, 2017 ALLOWING FOR ONE LANE OF TRAFFIC NORTHBOUND AND ONE LANE SOUTHBOUND ON THE SOUTHBOUND BRIDGE.

Exit 6 I-91 northbound on-ramp remains temporarily closed with a signed detoured along Route 5 to bring you to the Exit 7 northbound on-ramp.  The ramp is anticipated to be closed until approximately July 28, 2017.


Below is the anticipated construction activities for the week beginning July 24, 2017:

Golden Hill Road activities:

 Monday thru Friday:

  • Continued construction activities under the bridge to gain access to the bridge.
  • Continued steady truck traffic with traffic control present.
  • Continued pile driving for work trestle.

I-91 activities:

Monday thru Friday:

  • Construction continues on the I-91 Exit 6 northbound ramp.
  • Milling the existing pavement on the northbound bridge.
  • Begin saw cutting existing northbound bridge.

 Motorists merging onto I-91 via Exit 6 northbound on ramp need to STOP prior to entering onto I-91 northbound traffic.


Below is the anticipated construction activities for the week beginning July 15, 2017:

Golden Hill Road activities:

 Monday thru Friday:

  • Continued construction activities under the bridge to gain access to the bridge.
  • Continued steady truck traffic with traffic control present.
  • Barrier ropes and signs to be installed to keep boat traffic from accessing the construction zone in the Williams River.

I-91 activities:

Saturday – July 15:

  • Work continues on the crossover.

Monday thru Friday:

  • I-91 EXIT 6 NORTHBOUND ON RAMP WILL BE CLOSED WITH A SIGNED DETOUR
  • Construction continues on the I-91 Exit 6 northbound ramp.
  • Continued median crossover work continues at the northern end.
  • Weather permitting paving the northbound crossover.
  • Continued installation of concrete barriers northbound.

It is “anticipated” that the northbound crossover will be opened to traffic on July 21, 2017.

The posted speed limit within the construction zone will be reduced to 55mph and will be strictly enforced.

We ask motorists to use extreme caution as the safety of the workers along with themselves is of the utmost importance.

Anyone with questions or concerns regarding the project may contact Stephanie Barrett, Public Relations Officer at 802-862-6085 or toll free at 866-602-6868.

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PUT YOUR CELL PHONE DOWN!

IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE HAND HELD DEVICES WHILE DRIVING. IF CAUGHT, YOU WILL BE FINED AND 2 POINTS GO ON YOUR LICENSE!

Interested in working for Reed & Reed?  Click here: www.reed-reed.com.

MIDDLEBURY-FERRISBURGH – ROUTE 7

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Middlebury-Ferrisburgh, Road Work
MIDDLEBURY-FERRISBURGH – ROUTE 7

U.S. Route 7 from approximately Lime Kiln Road, Ferrisburgh proceeding north to the Ferrisburgh/Charlotte Town line along with the pavement of the bridge in New Haven. This project will consist of prepping the existing pavement to include grinding, crack sealing, pot hole repairs then resurfacing with ¾” pavement and pavement markings along with other incidental items throughout the project. The expected completion date is July 28, 2017 with work from Middlebury to approximately Lime Kiln Road, New Haven to be completed by July 28, 2017.

MOTORISTS SHOULD EXPECT DELAYS!

Anticipated work for the week beginning July 17, 2017 is as follows:

Monday thru Wednesday:

  • Signal upgrades at the 22A intersection and the Monkton Road intersection.

Monday thru Friday:

  • General cleanup work throughout the project limits.

Traffic control will be out allowing for one lane of alternating traffic.

 


DAILY UPDATE:

Anticipated schedule for July 20:

  • Continued signal upgrade at the intersection of Monkton Road.
  • General cleanup work throughout the project limits.

There will not be any work taking place tomorrow, July 21, 2017.

Motorists please use caution while traveling through the work zone as the safety of the workers along with yourselves are of the utmost importance.

Please call Stephanie Barrett at 802-862-6085 with any questions regarding this project.

PUT YOUR CELL PHONE DOWN!

IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE HAND HELD DEVICES WHILE DRIVING. IF CAUGHT, YOU WILL BE FINED AND 2 POINTS GO ON YOUR LICENSE!

MORRISTOWN SIGNAL: VT ROUTE 100/ALT ROUTE 100 & BISHOP MARSHALL DRIVE

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Morristown Signal, Road Work
MORRISTOWN SIGNAL: VT ROUTE 100/ALT ROUTE 100 & BISHOP MARSHALL DRIVE

This project will consist of the installation of a new traffic signal and street lighting; a new right turn lane will be added on VT Route 100 for northbound traffic turning onto Laporte Road; a truck apron will be added on Laporte Road/ Alt VT Route 100 to accommodate for large turning trucks; both Laporte Road and Bishop Marshall Drive will approaches to the intersection will be narrowed along; minor signal work at the intersection of Alt VT Route 100 and Bridge Street along with other incidental items throughout the project.   The anticipated completion date is January 07, 2017.

Below is the anticipated schedule for the week beginning December 26, 2016:

  • There will not be any work performed this week.

 

Below is the anticipated schedule for the week beginning January 02, 2017:

  • There will not be any work performed this week.

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

You may call Stephanie Barrett at 802-862-6085 with any questions/concerns you may have regarding this project.

VT ROUTE 2A / PARK STREET – ESSEX

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Essex Junction, Road Work
VT ROUTE 2A / PARK STREET – ESSEX

Beginning the week of April 17, 2017 the Agency of Transportation in conjunction with Frank W. Whitcomb Construction Corp. (FWW) will begin construction on Route 2A – Park Street from the Winooski River Bridge to approximately 200′ past North Street.  This project will consist of grinding of the existing pavement, placing two courses of new pavement, drainage and manhole structure adjustments, pedestrian crosswalk improvements, signal upgrades, new signs, new line markings and other incidental items.

There are different hours of operations for the work to be completed in the listed sections are as follows:

  • Winooski River Bridge to Mill Street 6:00pm to  6:00am
  • Mill Street to the 1st set of RR tracks 8:30am to 10:00pm
  • 2nd set of RR tracks to Lincoln Place 10:00pm to 6:00am
  • Lincoln Place to 200’ past North Street 8:30am to 10:00pm

Note: There will not be any work between the 2 sets of railroad tracks.

The allowed work hours within the stated work zone is 8:30am to 10:00pm

Traffic control will present during all operations that directly impact both the traveling public and pedestrians.

If you have any questions/concerns regarding this project you may contact Stephanie Barrett at 802-862-6868.

MOTORISTS SHOULD EXPECT DELAYS!


Anticipated work for the week beginning July 17, 2017:
Monday thru Friday – 8:30am to 10:00pm:

  • Structure adjustments and sidewalk ramp work on Main Street/Route 15 from Church Street to the Village/Town line.

Tuesday and/or Wednesday – 8:30am to 10:00pm:

  • Pavement markings on Maple Street.
  • Driveway tie-ins on Main Street/Park Street and Pearl Street throughout the project daytime limits.

MOTORISTS SHOULD EXPECT DELAYS!


DAILY UPDATE

July 20 – 8:30am to 10:00pm:
  • Structure adjustments work continues on Main Street/Route 15 from Church Street to the Village/Town line.
July 21 – 8:30am to 10:00pm:
  • Structure adjustments and sidewalk ramp work continues on Main Street/Route 15 from Church Street to the Village/Town line.

Traffic control will be present allowing of one lane of alternating traffic within the zone.  Motorists should expect delays!

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