Route 100 Rehabilitation
The paving and construction disruption should only be 2-3 nights in most locations between Waterbury and Stowe, with the exception of the sidewalk installation in Stowe, which will take longer.
Yes, there will be a traffic signal for this intersection. It it has been installed, but is not yet operational. It will be worked on and calibrated over the next few weeks.
Yes, the existing shoulders will be increased to a five foot width where feasible, to accommodate bicyclists. Marked bicycle lanes will exist between Shaw's and Guptil Road on both sides of Route 100. Unmarked but expanded shoulders will continue between Guptil Road and Stowe.
The project was substantially completed in 2018. Remaining for the 2019 construction season is the final layer of asphalt, line and bike lane striping, and a new sidewalk installation in Stowe between Sylvan Road and River Road. This will improve the traveling portion of the road for all uses and provides long-term structural integrity of the roadway, increasing its useful life, and reducing maintenance costs.
The work scheduled for 2019 is substantially less disruptive than in 2018. The paving is scheduled for nighttime hours and there may be some delays but they will be minor and short term.