Construction Updates VT 100 and VT – 100A

The Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) is using accelerated construction to improve VT-100 in Plymouth and VT-100A, which spans Plymouth and Bridgewater.

DATE: October 8, 2021

VT-100 TRAFFIC IMPACT: VT-100 will remain closed between Route 4 and VT-100A through October 29th (see map) due to construction delays. Detour signs and message boards are in place to direct traffic. Please travel with caution. 

CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: This week, work focused on structural elements of Bridge 115. The contractor has installed dowels in the ledge and is cleaning the abutment 2 ledge for subcontractor activity. VR Concrete is forming the sub-footings for the two abutments, which will be followed by pouring both abutments. Next week, they plan to pour the sub-footings and place the pre-fabricated forms on the sub-footings. 

Subcontractor VR Concrete forming the first abutment at bridge 115.

LOCATION: VT-100 in Plymouth between VT-100A and Route 4.


VT-100A TRAFFIC IMPACT: There will be alternating lanes of travel at active construction work during construction hours (6:00 am until 6:00 pm). Travel will be managed by flaggers. 

CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: This week, Pike Industries has been backing up the edge of pavement and driveways with recycled asphalt, which may continue into next week. Subcontractor Lafayette will return to place delineators at the beginning and end of guardrail runs. Subcontractor L&D will be painting lines on the roadway Tuesday October 12. Mind the wet paint! No work will occur on VT-100A Monday October 11. Enjoy the holiday weekend!

Crews backing the edge of pavement with recycled asphalt along VT-100A.

REMINDER: During the VT-100 closure (see above), VT-100A is the dedicated detour route. Please plan your travel accordingly.

LOCATION: VT-100A between VT-100 and Route 4, connecting Plymouth and Bridgewater.

Detour and projects map

Contact Information
Hannah Brockhaus
Public Information Consultant
802-673-1264 |
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