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On 12/29, Route 107 between Bethel and Stockbridge was reopened to traffic. This marks the reopening of all roads damaged following Tropical Storm Irene. For more information, see the Press Release here. Advertisements
All this rain has slightly dampened the emergency access phase of our recovery. Crews are out assessing roads, some have been closed and others closed to large trucks. As soon as they can be opened, they will. The temporary road … Continue reading
– Vermont 9 in Marlboro, near Marlboro Collision and Towing has washed out again. Highway has been closed between Brattleboro and Wilmington – Ames Hill Road between Brattleboro and Marlboro closed to commercial trucks, open for passenger cars but road … Continue reading
Camp Brook Road is closed everyday starting today, September 7, from 8 AM to 5 PM between Dartt Hill Road and Route 12. An alternate route to Rochester is Peavine Boulevard to Lilliesville Brook Road to Campbell Road. Dartt Hill … Continue reading
Original post: http://governor.vermont.gov/newsroom-post-irene-tremors VTRANS WARNS OF SAFETY CONCERNS: POST-IRENE “TREMORS” SEPTEMBER 6 – MONTPELIER – Vermont Agency of Transportation Secretary Brian Searles today reminded the public that “tremors” from Tropical Storm Irene in the form of sink holes and slope failures … Continue reading
Attempted to cut thru Greensboro to Wheelock today on Stannard Mtn Rd. Took detour and ended up back in the exact same place. Ended up going all the way up 16 to 122. There does not appear to be an … Continue reading
Rd is down to 1 lane and has caved in on the side heading east toward Lyndonville from Wheelock. This lane of traffic should be yielding to oncoming traffic (although it is challenging to see around the corner).