|VTrans 511 Map|
|ROUTE||BEGIN TOWN||BEGIN MILE||END TOWN||END MILE||DATE LOGGED||CONDITION||DESCRIPTION|
|I 89||Milton||101.8||1/31/2014 1:10:29 PM||Construction||Work has begun on replacement of both north and southbound bridges on I-89 in Milton at MM 101.8 (Over the Lamoille River). As project moves forward there may be lane closures during off-peak traffic hours.|
|I 89||Milton||101.8||Milton||12/1/2013||Construction||Work has begun on replacement of both north and southbound bridges on I-89 in Milton at MM 101.8 (Over the Lamoille River). As project moves forward there may be lane closures during off-peak traffic hours.|
|I 91||Guilford||0.1||Guilford||0.2||3/5/2014 12:10:32 PM||Construction||Modification of a previously utilized Interstate Rest Area on I-91 NB just nort of the Mass. Line into a truck weighing/inspection site. Occassional lane closures possible.|
|I 91||Brattleboro||10.2||Brattleboro||11.4||7/22/2013 10:34:58 AM||Lane Closure - Reduced To One Lane||Bridge reconstruction I-91 N & S between Exits 2 & 3 one lane traffic on Southbound bridge, Northbound bridge being demolished. Night work, speed & width restrictions (12' lane), and long delays possible over long/holiday weekends. Use Caution.|
|Bellows Falls - Bridge St.||Rockingham||0.24||9/20/2013 1:02:59 PM||Closed||The Vilas Bridge (In New Hampshire) across the Ct. River from NH-12/NH-123 to Bridge Street (Bellows Falls, VT) is closed for repair work. The bridge is expected to be closed until sometime in 2015. Detour via the Arch Bridge off of Rockingham Street.|
|US 2||Richmond||2.7||Richmond||2.8||3/3/2014 10:43:53 AM||Info||There is major water leak in Richmond Village on East Main Street (US Route 2) at the Intersection of Jericho Road. Repair work is underway - Expect delays.|
|VT 108||Stowe||7.5||Cambridge||1.5||11/4/2013 3:20:36 PM||Closed||Route 108 through Smugglers Notch is now Closed for the Winter Season. This narrow & winding pass is not maintained during the winter months. Reopening is set for the Spring of 2014.|
|VT 116||Bristol||3.15||Bristol||3.2||10/21/2013 11:14:20 AM||Info||On VT 116 in Bristol there is now a two lane temporary bridge in place. Drive carefully.|
VTrans Winter Road Condition Terminology
The below definitions are subjective, and are intended only to help you make an informed decision as to whether or not you should travel. When used in conjunction with county-wide reports, it should be noted that within a specific county there will be some roads whose conditions are better and some roads whose conditions are worse than the county-wide condition report. (PLEASE NOTE: Weather-related road conditions are updated as conditions change.)
GOOD: The roadway surface is normal/dry. This condition will generally not impede the normal flow of traffic.
FAIR: This is the result of winter weather conditions, including rain, sleet, snow, frost, drifting, or a mixture causing roadways to become partially or completely covered. The driver may experience periods when the roadway markings may be obscured. The surface may be slick with rain, patchy ice or snow. Such roads will result in reduced traction and driver speeds should be reduced. Moderate blowing and drifting snow along with occasional drifts may be encountered.
DIFFICULT: The roadway is completely covered with precipitation. Accumulation is to the point that the roadway markings are completely obscured making it difficult to differentiate between the roadway and its surroundings. Heavy snowfall, strong winds, heavy ground drifting which reduces visibility, and freezing rain are a few examples of what may cause this condition. Surfaces are slippery and driver speeds should be reduced significantly.
HAZARDOUS/TRAVEL NOT ADVISED: This is a very serious roadway situation that is used when crews are still out performing snow and ice operations but the existing conditions are so treacherous that just being on the roads is dangerous. Ice covered roadways due to freezing rain and near blizzard conditions with visibilities below 1/4 mile are two examples of when this would be used.
CLOSED / IMPASSABLE: Travel is not allowed on a closed roadway. (Emergency and/or Authorized vehicles only)
No Report Available: If the roadway indicates "no report" it means we're waiting for updated information, which should be available soon.