Rockingham Bridges-I91

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.

I-91 NORTHBOUND & SOUTHBOUND ARE REDUCED TO ONE LANE WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION ZONE.


I-91 NORTHBOUND MOTORISTS SHOULD BE AWARE OF MERGING RAMP TRAFFIC ENTERING THE ROADWAY! 

PLEASE USE CAUTION!


8/11/17:  I-91 Northbound Bridge #24 over the Williams River in Rockingham, VT demolition in progress

 


Below is the anticipated construction activities for the week beginning Sunday, September 17, 2017:

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  BEGINNING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 05, 2017 THERE WILL BE NIGHT CREWS WORKING ON THE REMOVAL OF THE NORTHBOUND BRIDGE AS WELL.

 

Monday:  Not work due to the Labor Day holiday.

I-91 activities:

Sunday – Thursday 5:00pm to 5:00am:

  • Begin removal of the concrete decking and floor beams from span 3 of the northbound bridge.

Monday thru Friday – Daytime:

  • Mobilize crane to bridge.

 Golden Hill Road activities:

Monday thru Friday – Daytime:

  • Continue truck traffic delivering crane parts and begin assembly.
  • Continued construction work on the retaining wall under span 1.
  • Complete the temporary trestle across the Williams River.

 


Below is the anticipated construction activities for the week beginning Sunday, September 10, 2017:

I-91 activities:

Sunday 5:00pm to 5:00am:

  • Complete removal of the concrete decking and floor beams from span 2 of the northbound bridge.

 Monday thru Friday – Daytime:

  • Begin removal of span 3.

 

Golden Hill Road activities:

Monday thru Friday – Daytime:

  • Continue truck traffic delivering bridge material and equipment.
  • Continued construction work on the retaining wall under span 1.
  • Complete the temporary trestle across the river.

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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