With tag: transportation
Barre City Considers Truck Detour
City officials in Barre are
asking the public whether large trucks should be banned from Main Street, which has
been rebuilt over the past two years.
Bellows Falls Citizens Push for Bridge Repairs
Bellows Falls residents are concerned that since the closing of the
Vilas Bridge in 2009, the decreased flow of traffic into their community has been hurting local businesses and causing traffic
Killington Plans New Town Entrance
Select Board is
planning to make over the entrance to the central Vermont resort town along Route 4 and Route 100. The goal, town officials say, is to create "a true
sense of arrival" to the biggest ski area of the east.
Town Budgets Recover After Irene Expenses
As the fiscal year comes to a
close at the end of the month, Vermont cities and towns are slowly restoring their budgets
for expenses related to Tropical Storm Irene.
Shumlin Signs Record Transportation Budget
Agency of Transportation is embarking on a series of highway
construction and repair projects that are part of the biggest
transportation spending plan in state history.
Transportation Fund Receipts Fall Below Expectations
The Shumlin administration announced Monday
morning that state collections of taxes and fees during March exceeded expectations. But the figures released by the administration showed that the transportation fund receipts were off.
Shelburne Endorses Project For Route 7 Visitor Center
in Shelburne have
endorsed a project by Norwich University architectural students to design a visitor center for
the Route 7 corridor. The
project will highlight the value of Lake Champlain and
VTrans Closes Damaged Covered Bridge In Townshend
The Vermont Agency of Transportation says a recent inspection of the
Scott Bridge in Townshend showed that it had extensive deterioration,
and that it should be closed to all traffic, including pedestrians.