Class 1 Paving/Main Street Lighting & Sidewalk Project

Project Location: 

Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

Project Description: 

Work will consist of coarse milling the existing pavement to a 2” depth, then placing a 1/2” lift of Type IVS pavement to level the road surface, followed by a 1-1/2” lift of Type IVS pavement as the final wearing surface. Prior to the placement of the final wearing surface utility valves and drainage structures within the roadway will be adjusted as necessary.  Sidewalk ramps and pedestrian crossing infrastructure will be replaced and upgraded to meet current ADA standards. Some minor drainage work will occur near and along the edge of the pavement. Signs will also be replaced and upgraded as necessary to meet current specifications in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). This project is incorporated under a larger composite contract with the Vergennes STP PC20(1) Class I paving project.

This project is also administering a local project known as the Bristol Main Street Lighting & Sidewalk Project. This work begins near the intersection of North Street/South Street/Main Street and extends northerly to a point near the National Bank of Middlebury. This work entails new sidewalk, imprinted concrete, and curbing on the east portion of Main Street.The west side of Main Street will receive new curbing and imprinted concrete. The existing street lighting system will be replaced in-kind with new electrical conduit, foundations/concrete pedestals, and light fixtures.

Final Main Street Lighting & Sidewalk Plans, October 4, 2019

Original RFP Materials, December 12, 2018

Project Timeline:

Construction will begin in the spring months of 2020 and will end in the fall of 2020. Work between the intersection of North Street/South Street/Main Street to a point near the National Bank of Middlebury at mile marker 6.719 will be done between the hours of 7:00 pm and 6:00 am the next calendar day.

Updates:

CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 07/30/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Week of 8/3: Crews will continue to work on adjusting storm drain elevations Monday through Wednesday next week. This work will be performed during daytime work hours. One-way alternating traffic may be required in these areas depending on the location of the structure(s).
  • On Monday, 8/3 a crew is scheduled to install the bollards around the two hydrants located in the downtown/business area (near Vermont Tree Goods and in front of Cubber’s). This will be done early in the day.
  • Night Work: Scheduled for Monday, 8/3 through Thursday, 8/6 from approximately 7:00 PM-11:00 PM
  • Crews will begin prep work for the stamped concrete areas on the north sidewalk on Monday night. Beginning Tuesday night and continuing through Thursday, the cement for the stamped concrete will be placed in prepped areas.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • The concrete step at Kimball’s store has been poured.
  • The concrete step at Wokky’s and in front of the entrances at the attorney’s office have been poured.
  • All remaining sidewalk ramps throughout the project have been poured.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Expect one-way alternating traffic in the vicinity of crews adjusting structures and installing permanent signage. Brief delays should be expected.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 07/23/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Friday, 7/24: Crews will be pouring the concrete step in front of Kimball’s early tomorrow morning, prior to business hours. The ramp at this location will be replaced and remain for a few more days while the concrete step cures.
  • The step in front of Wokky’s will be replaced and made wider. This will occur tomorrow prior to business hours. A ramp will be put into place and remain for a few days while the new step cures.
  • Two concrete steps will be added (one at each entrance) at the James Dumont Attorney office space. Access will be maintained at this location.
  • The sidewalk ramps at the Bank of Middlebury will be poured tomorrow and crews will be pouring concrete for the remaining sidewalk ramps at various locations throughout the project as well.
  • Week of 7/30: Crews will be working on adjusting storm drain and water valve structure elevations. One-way alternating traffic may be required in these areas depending on the location of the structure(s).
  • Permanent traffic sign installation is scheduled to begin on Thursday next week. This operation should have a minimal impact on the flow of traffic.
  • Look Ahead: Stamped concrete work is currently being scheduled and may begin late in the week next week. It is more likely that this work will occur during the week of 8/3. Stamped concrete will be completed as night work.
  • Installation of four bollards (2 at each hydrant location–by Vermont Tree Goods and Cubber’s) is currently being scheduled. This work may occur as early as next week.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • The sidewalk panels located at Kimball’s store have been poured.
  • The rapid-flash pedestrian beacon foundations at the crossing by the Bank of Middlebury have been completed.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Expect one-way alternating traffic in the vicinity of crews adjusting structures and installing permanent signage. Brief delays should be expected.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 07/16/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Night Work: Week of 7/20 – There is no night work scheduled on the project for the week of 7/20.
  • Day Work: A crew will be digging and pouring the foundations for the new flashing beacons which will be located at the pedestrian crossings by the bank of Middlebury and at the traffic light. This work is scheduled to begin at approximately 6:00 AM on Tuesday, 7/21, and should take until mid-morning to complete.
  • Once the flashing beacon foundations have been completed, the sidewalk panels at these locations can be poured. Pouring the sidewalk panels has yet to be scheduled.
  • Sign crews are scheduled to begin installing new traffic signs throughout the project later in the week next week (Thursday/Friday).
  • Sidewalk work within the day time work area is planned for Thursday and Friday next week.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • A large percentage of the sidewalk work on the south side has been completed.
  • Paved gutters have been completed.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Minimal traffic impacts are expected for the week of 7/20.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 07/09/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Night work: Crews will continue throughout the week beginning Sunday, 7/12. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Sidewalk work at the Bank of Middlebury will continue tonight. The concrete panels will be poured tonight at this location.
  • Sidewalk work will continue throughout the week of 7/12 on the south sidewalks. Crews will continue to prep sidewalk areas, build forms for the concrete panels, and pour the cement for the sidewalk sections. Any remaining curb work will continue as well. Sidewalk and curb work on the south side is currently scheduled for completion by the end of next week, weather permitting.
  • The sidewalk at Kimball’s will be poured once the granite step needed at this location has arrived and has been installed.
  • New bollards will be installed by the hydrant at Vermont Tree Goods and by Cubber’s. This will be done at night.
  • Day Work: Crews will continue to work on paved gutters. Depending on weather and temperatures, paved gutters may be completed by the end of the day Friday. Otherwise, this work will be completed on Monday, 7/20.
  • It is possible that some sidewalk work will occur next week in the day work areas east and west of the downtown/night work limits. This work will have minimal impact on traffic.
  • As a “look ahead”, a sign crew is currently scheduled for the week of 7/20 for the installation of new signs. Please be aware that this is subject to change.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • Berm removal has been completed.
  • Guardrail work has been completed.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Minimal traffic impacts are expected for the week of 7/13.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 07/02/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Night work will continue throughout the week beginning Sunday, 7/5. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Sidewalk work will continue throughout the week of 7/5 on the south sidewalks. Crews will continue to prep sidewalk areas, build forms for the cement panels, and pour the cement for the sidewalk sections.
  • Any remaining curb work will continue as well.
  • Day Work: Daytime work is scheduled to resume on Monday, 7/6.
  • Crews have begun placing topsoil in various locations throughout the project. This work began on Wednesday, 7/1, and will continue along the east end of the project and is expected to be completed mid-week next week.
  • Once top-soiling has been completed, berm removal (removal of accumulated sand and dirt) below the guardrails will begin on the East end of the project and progress westerly.
  • As a “look ahead”, a sign crew is currently scheduled for the week of 7/13 for the installation of new signs. Please be aware that this is subject to change.

Holiday: In observance of the Fourth of July holiday, daytime work will cease at 12:00 noon on Thursday, 7/2, and night crews will not be working Thursday or Friday night (7/2-7/3).Night work will resume at 7:00 PM on Sunday, 7/5. Day work will resume at 7:00 AM on Monday, 7/6.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • Sidewalk on the eastern end of the south sidewalk is coming along nicely and crews will continue to progress westerly.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Minimal traffic impacts are expected for the week of 7/5. One-way alternating traffic may be required in areas of berm removal operations.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 6/25/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: (Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change)

  • Night work will continue throughout the week of 6/29 on the project. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Sidewalk work will continue all week next week on the south sidewalks. Crews will continue to prep sidewalk areas, build forms for the cement panels, and pour the cement for the sidewalk sections. Any remaining curb work will continue as well.
  • Day Work: Daytime work is not scheduled for next week.
  • As a “look ahead”, a sign crew is currently scheduled for the week of 7/13 for the installation of new signs. Please be aware that this is subject to change.
  • Holiday: In observance of the Fourth of July holiday, crews will not be working Thursday or Friday night (7/2-7/3). Work will resume at 7:00 PM on Sunday, 7/5.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • Guardrail work has been completed.
  • Temporary lines have been painted throughout the project.
  • Light poles in the downtown area are functional.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

No traffic impacts are expected for the week of 6/29.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 6/18/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

  • Day work and night work will continue next week on the project. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Night Work: Crews will continue installing curb and prepping sidewalk areas on the south sidewalk. Sidewalk and curb work will take place Sunday night through Thursday night next week (finish up Friday AM).
  • Day Work: A guardrail crew will be onsite installing guardrail in various locations throughout the project. This work will take place Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week (6/22-6/24). There is no day work currently scheduled in Bristol for Thursday and Friday next week.
  • Please be advised that the construction schedule is subject to change.

COMPLETED WORK:

  • Roadway surface preparation has been completed.
  • Paving of shim layer of asphalt has been completed throughout the project. The shim layer (also referred to as the ‘leveling course’) is used to fill in low/deficient areas of the roadway prior to the final layer of asphalt. The shim layer is not the final product.
  • Temporary lines have been painted throughout the project.
  • Light poles in the downtown area are functional.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic in the area of guardrail operations. Minor delays should be expected.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 6/11/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

  • Day work and night work will continue next week on the project. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Crews will continue installing curb and prepping sidewalk areas on the south sidewalk. Sidewalk work will be Tuesday night through Thursday night next week.
  • Roadway surface preparation and paving of shim will begin Monday night. Crews will begin work in the nighttime area at approximately 11:00 PM Monday. After paving shim in the night work area, paving will continue to progress easterly during the morning hours (Tuesday) until approximately 11:00 AM.
  • Parking restrictions in the downtown area will be put into place at approximately 8:00 PM on Monday after all businesses have closed for the day.
  • Surface preparation and paving of shim on the western portion of the project is currently scheduled to begin Wednesday.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic in the area of berm removal. Delays should be expected.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Thursday, 6/4/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

  • Day work and night work will continue next week on the project. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project. Night work typically begins Sunday night through Thursday night (ending Friday morning).
  • Next weeknight crews will continue installing curb and prepping sidewalk areas.
  • Light towers and construction equipment will be in use. Residents should expect construction noise throughout the night.
  • Berm removal is scheduled to begin next week throughout the east end of the project. When all berm areas on the eastern end have been addressed, crews will move to the western portion of the project. Please expect alternating one-way traffic in the vicinity of berm removal operations.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic in the area of berm removal. Delays should be expected.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name – Natalie Boyle
Phone – 802-855-3893
Email – nboyle@eivtech.com

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Friday, 5/29/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

NIGHT WORK TO BEGIN ON SUNDAY, 5/31

  • There will be both day work and night work next week on the project. Allowable night work hours are 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM per the contract for this project.
  • On Sunday, 5/31 crews will continue removing and resetting the curb on the North sidewalk. Once the Northside has been completed, crews will move to the South sidewalk. Curb removal and resetting will likely take longer than one week to complete.
  • Crews will continue with work on running electrical conduit for the new light poles on the South sidewalk.
  • Residents can expect the same type of operations and activities that have previously been occurring during daytime hours. Light towers and construction equipment will be in use. Residents should expect construction noise throughout the night.
  • Daytime work next week will consist of milling operations. On Monday, 6/1 milling will begin on the west side of the signalized intersection and continue to progress west toward the project limits near the high school. It will take approximately 2-3 days to complete milling in this area.
  • Once milling on the west end of the project has been completed, crews will move to the east end (by the Bank of Middlebury) and mill towards Prayer Rock. This section will take approximately 2-3 days.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic in the area of the active milling operation. Delays should be expected and motorists should add extra time to their travel plans.

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

PROJECT ALERT

Due to scheduling delays, milling in the “downtown” portion of the project will now take place on FRIDAY, 5/29.

Crews are scheduled to mill from the Bank of Middlebury and progress west to the signalized intersection (North Street). If time and weather allow, milling will progress to the west end of the green. Whether or not milling gets this far will largely be dependent on weather conditions. Parking will be restricted for the entire day on FridayExpect delays.

DATE: Week of 5/25/20 and 6/1/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

  • A crew is scheduled to encase previously laid conduit with concrete tomorrow at the location of the alleyway between Kimball Office Services and Yarn and Yoga. After this location has been completed, work will shift to the alleyway/entrance between Art on Main and Vermont Tree Goods. Access will be restricted to these areas during this work. Each location should take approximately 3.5 hours to complete.
  • Curb removal and resetting on the north sidewalk will take place the remainder of this week into next week.
  • Work on light pole foundations and conduit will continue for the remainder of this week into next week on the south sidewalk.
  • Construction light towers will continue to remain in use each night in order to provide adequate lighting while street lights are being replaced.
  • Construction light towers will continue to remain in use each night in order to provide adequate lighting while street lights are being replaced.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic within the downtown area all week next week. Milling operations will cause longer delays, and motorists should add extra time to their travel plans next week.

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CLASS 1 PAVING/MAIN STREET LIGHTING & SIDEWALK PROJECT CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

DATE: Week of 5/25/20

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

PLANNED CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES:

  • Work on light pole foundations and conduit will take place all week next week on the south sidewalk. Curb removal and resetting on the north sidewalk will take place all week.
  • Look ahead: When all west-end milling has been completed, the contractor will begin milling from the eastern side of the downtown limits and progress toward Prayer Rock. Next week’s update will include a more exact timeline for when this portion of milling will take place.
  • Thursday: Crews are scheduled to mill the downtown portion of the project. Parking will be restricted for the entire day. Downtown milling should take one full day. Expect delays.
  • Friday: Once the downtown portion has been completed, the contractor will begin milling from the downtown limit (near the Shaw’s), and proceed west toward the high school. Expect delays.
  • Look ahead: When all west-end milling has been completed, the contractor will begin milling from the eastern side of the downtown limits and progress toward Prayer Rock. Next week’s update will include a more exact timeline for when this portion of milling will take place.
  • Construction light towers will continue to remain in use each night in order to provide adequate lighting while street lights are being replaced.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

Expect alternating one-way traffic within the downtown area all week next week. Milling operations will cause longer delays, and motorists should add extra time to their travel plans next week.

Memorial Day Holiday: In observance of Memorial Day, crews will be off of the road at approximately noon on Friday, 5/22 and work will resume on Tuesday, 5/26 at 7:00 AM

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Recording of the May 14, 2020 VTrans Sidewalk/Paving Public Information Zoom Meeting:

https://youtu.be/toS4cdAQ-IQ
Construction Update
Route 116 Bristol

PROJECT TYPE: Roadway

LOCATION: Beginning on VT Route 116 in Bristol near the intersection of Airport Road at mile marker 6.006 then running north for 1.230 miles and ending at Class I/State Highway limit at mile marker 7.263 in Bristol.

As part of Governor Scott’s “Work Smart, Stay Safe” order, all construction crews are currently subject to certain safety restrictions.

Planned Construction Activities:
Brick pavers have been removed from the sidewalks on both sides of the street downtown.

Crews will continue excavating and installing new light pole foundations along the sidewalks between North Street and the National Bank of Middlebury. Sidewalk excavation will be limited to the area directly around the light pole bases in this section of the project. Access to businesses and residences will be maintained at all times.

Crews will continue to set light pole bases and connect conduit for the entire week next week.

Some parking spaces will be closed off during construction hours in order to perform this work.

Construction light towers will continue to remain in use each night in order to provide adequate lighting while street lights are being replaced.

Traffic Impacts:
Traffic impacts or delays are not anticipated for the week of 5/18/20.

Contact Information:

Public Information Consultant
Natalie Boyle
(802) 855-3893
nboyle@eivtech.com

VTrans Project Factsheet Page

Contact VTrans

Bristol CORE Facebook Updates

Materials:

DATEDESCRIPTIONDOCUMENTS
May 14, 2020VTrans Sidewalk/Paving Public Information Zoom Meetinghttps://youtu.be/toS4cdAQ-IQ
May 13, 2020Emergency Contact & 511 InformationVTrans_PC20(2)_Emergency_Contact_511_2020
March 2, 2020Preconstruction Conference ReportVTrans_Pre-Construction_Conference_Minutes_2020-03-02
October 04, 2019Final Paving and Sidewalk PlansBristol_PC202_CompositeFinal_Paving_Design_Plans_2019-10-04
Bristol_PC202_CompositeFinal_Sidewalk_Plans_2019-10-04
Bristol_PC202_CompositeFinal_Sidewalk_Plans_Curb_Profiles_2019-10-04
Bristol_PC202_Composite_Final_Plans_Details_Notes_2019-10-04_sheets102-121
May 13, 2019Public Information MeetingBristol_joint_public_info_meeting_notice_2019-05-13
Bristol_Selectboard_Meeting_Notes_D-K_2019-05-13
December 12, 2018RFP materialsBristol_Main_Street_Engineering_RFP_2018-12-12
Bristol_RFP_Attachments_A_B_C_D_E