MIDDLEBURY-FERRISBURGH – ROUTE 7

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Middlebury-Ferrisburgh, Road Work

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!

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