ROUTE 100 REhabilitation
The Route 100 Rehabilitation project began in April 2018. The project area is from just north of the Waterbury roundabout approximately 9.5 miles north to the Public Safety building in Stowe. Construction will take place primarily during nighttime hours from 7pm to 6am from Sunday night to Friday morning. The work will take place in segments in a specific area for a week or two and then move to the next segment.
The entire road will be excavated and will have a new subbase, pavement, and wider and safer bike lanes. A new traffic signal has been installed at the intersection of Route 100 and Guptil Road and will be operational this spring. The target construction completion date is October 2019.
For a Fact Sheet on the project, click here.
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.