VT ROUTE 2A / PARK STREET – ESSEX

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Essex Junction, Road Work

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.

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!


The following is the anticipated work schedule for in the Village of Essex Junction for the week beginning tonight, October 20, 2017.

Tonight:

  • Continued line striping/pavement markings throughout the project limits.

 Monday thru Friday – Daytime & Nighttime Operations:

  • Continued paving driveway tie-ins throughout the project limits.
  • Weather permitting, line striping/pavement markings throughout the project limits.
  • Weather permitting, tie-in work on the railroad tracks on Main Street & West Street Ext.
  • Sign installation throughout the project limits.
  • General cleanup work throughout the project limits.

Traffic control will be present.  Motorists should expect minor delays.


DAILY UPDATE

October 20 – Daytime:

  • Weather permitting, continued paving driveway tie-ins throughout the project limits.

 

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