Traffic Alerts

On this page, you will find information about activities impacting traffic in Chittenden County. To stay up to date on current activities, please sign up for our monthly newsletter. For current highway conditions, please visit the Vermont Travel Information Service. If you have questions or would like to receive our weekly CCRPC traffic alert email, please email us at trafficalert@ccrpcvt.org


Traffic Alerts

  • Burlington

    Briggs Street, Batchelder Street, Sears Lane

    June 27, 2022 to September 1, 2024

    Champlain Parkway Project

    Lane reductions

    Work to construct the Champlain Parkway Project along Briggs and Batchelder Streets
    will reduce Flynn Ave between Foster Street and west of Briggs Street to one lane with alternating east-west traffic. Water line work on Lyman and Ferguson Ave., Morse Place, and Batchelder Street will cause lane reductions and temporary road closures, and Batchelder Street will remain closed to through traffic. Sears lane will be closed to through traffic west of Kaigle’s Service Center. Motorists should follow signed detour routes, and traffic control will be present. This project should be completed by fall 2024.

  • Colchester-Essex

    VT 2A and 289

    August 26, 2022 to November 30, 2022

    Resurfacing Project

    Lane shifts and reductions

    A resurfacing project will cause lane shifts on VT 289, and one lane of alternating travel with delays on VT 2A between 8am-4pm during the week. Traffic control will be present, and this project should be completed in November. For more information: https://vtrans.vermont.gov/projects/VT2A-289-essex-colchester

  • Richmond-Bolton

    US-2

    June 20, 2022 to July 1, 2024

    Reconstruction work

    Alternating one-way traffic

    A resurfacing project on US Route 2 will cause alternating one-way traffic during the day from the Bridge Street and Jericho Road intersection and proceeding easterly, and lane closures at night on the west end of Richmond Village. Traffic control will be present, and motorists are encouraged to use caution and slow down while traveling through this area. This project will be completed by July 2024. For more information: https://vtrans.vermont.gov/projects/US2-richmond-bolton

  • Williston

    Redmond Road

    Starting on September 23, 2022

    Waterline installation

    occasional one lane travel

    A waterline installation project on Redmond Road will cause occasional one lane traffic. The end date for this project is undetermined.

  • Countywide

    Interstate and state roads

    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.