Traffic Alerts

The CCRPC provides a weekly Traffic Alert email service, the source for all roadway and construction work in Chittenden County. To subscribe to the weekly Traffic Alert email, or for more information, please contact Taylor Dorn at (239) 355-4817 or [email protected].

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Traffic Alerts

  • Burlington

    July 23, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Amtrak Extension Project

    Construction activity

    Motorists should be aware of construction work to extend Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express route to Burlington’s Union Station in the waterfront area. Pedestrians and bicyclists are urged to use the designated detour for the bike path to avoid traveling through the work zone. This project should be completed by December. For more information:

  • Burlington

    US 7

    August 9, 2021 to June 1, 2023

    Shelburne Street Roundabout

    Lane closures, one-way traffic, delays

    Work to construct a roundabout at the intersection of US 7 and St. Paul Street will cause
    significant traffic delays and alternating one-way traffic along US 7 between Flynn Ave. and Howard Street. A detour route will divert traffic from US 7 along Flynn Avenue, Pine and Howard Streets (going northbound and southbound), and motorists are highly encouraged to use it to avoid delays at peak travel hours from 9am-3pm during the week. US 7 will remain open to local traffic but closed to non-local traffic from the intersection with South Willard Street to the intersection with St. Paul and South Union Streets through November. This project should be completed by summer 2023. For more information:

  • Colchester

    Route 15

    June 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Multi-Use Bike path

    Minimal delays

    Work to construct a new multi-use bike path along Route 15 between Lime Kiln Road and the Vermont Air National Guard Road will cause minimal delays in the work areas from 10am-3pm during the week.

  • Shelburne-South Burlington

    Route 7

    May 10, 2021 to December 31, 2021

    Signal Work

    Lane closures

    Night-time signal work on Route 7 at the intersections of McIntosh Avenue, Baldwin Avenue, Laurel Hill Road, Brewer Parkway, Queen City Park Road, and Swift Street will cause lane closures within the work areas during weekday evenings from 7pm-6am. Traffic control will be present. This project should be completed in December. For more information:

  • Williston

    Intersection of Industrial Ave and Route 2

    May 10, 2021 to October 1, 2023

    Road Construction

    Periodic Lane Shifts

    Waterline work at the intersection of Industrial Ave and VT Route 2 and additional work within the area will cause lane shifts and extended delays during peak commuting hours throughout the week. Vehicular access to all businesses in the area will remain. Motorists on US Route 2 should plan for extra travel time, and traffic control will be present. This project should be completed by fall 2023. For more information:

  • Williston

    Aspen Lane

    Starting on May 24, 2021

    Water line work

    One lane travel and some delays

    Waterline work will cause one-lane travel and some delays on Aspen Lane in the Lamplite Acres Development. This project is ongoing, and the completion date is undetermined.

  • Williston-South Burlington

    Kimball/Marshall Aves.

    August 2, 2021 to April 1, 2022

    Bridge replacement

    Road closure

    A bridge replacement over Muddy Brook connecting Williston and South Burlington that had closed Kimball/Marshall Aves to through traffic is now open. This project should be completed by spring 2022.

  • Countywide

    Interstate and state roads

    Starting on April 1, 2021

    General maintenance

    Motorists should be alert for general maintenance activities that may include an alternating one lane traffic control plan on the interstate, state, and local roads. These activities may have short traffic impacts. Please slow down in work zones.