Plymouth Area Road Projects Start in May

VTrans informed the Town of Plymouth of three road projects that will impact traffic beginning May 1.

Plymouth Route 100A Slope Stabilization Project
There will be a daily road closure period from June 19-August 25, 2017, Monday-Friday from 8am to 4pm. Work to be performed includes slope stabilization and wire mesh installation, drainage items, guardrail, cold planing, paving, new pavement markings, and other specified highway items. The project begins approximately 400 feet east of the junction of Route 100 and Route 100A, and extends easterly for approximately 1,600 feet.

Ludlow VT 100 Bridge 99 over Branch Brook
Construction for the replacement of Bridge 99 is scheduled to begin May 1. Crews will begin removing portions of the existing wing walls and approach slabs, as well as constructing the replacements in preparation for the bridge closure.

Bridge 99 will be reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic throughout the day. Flaggers will be present to assist in maintaining traffic flow on VT 100 and VT 103.

The closure period for Bridge 99 begins on May 15, 2017. The Bridge will be closed for a 10-day period. For 2 weeks following, alternating one-way traffic will be maintained.

Ludlow VT 103 Bridge #25 in Ludlow over the Black River
Construction for the replacement of Bridge 25 is anticipated to begin in the last week of May. Construction will include a 35-day full bridge closure anticipated to begin in early June. Preceding and following the closure, Bridge 25 will be reduced to one lane with alternating one-way traffic.

For information on bridge projects:

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