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Winter Conditions Create Traffic Problems Across Vermont
Monday, 11/26/12
There were nasty reminders across Vermont this morning that the winter driving season is upon us. State police say a 43-year-old Rutland woman died today after her car spun around on an icy bridge and into oncoming traffic on U.S. Route 7.
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Transportation Board Takes On Big Issues
Monday, 10/22/12
The Vermont Transportation Board is seeking public input on transportation issues facing Vermont. The board is holding six public hearings around the state this fall, starting this week.
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State To Meet With Towns To Secure Irene Recovery Funds
Friday, 07/20/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The session comes on the heels of news that the Federal Emergency Management Agency's delays could affect the amount and timing of federal assistance to the state.
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Record Transportation Budget Means Plenty Of Road Work
Thursday, 05/31/12
By Ross Sneyd
Governor Peter Shumlin signed into law a record state transportation budget on Wednesday. And with that will come a long list of construction work this summer.
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Vermont Hopes To Raise Interstate Truck Weight Limit
Thursday, 10/06/11
By Bob Kinzel
The Shumlin administration is urging Congress to grant Vermont a waiver to allow heavier trucks to use the interstate highway system. Transportation officials want to get these big trucks out of Vermont's downtowns. The leaders say road damage from Tropical Storm Irene makes the situation even more critical.
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Despite New Technology, Plowing Still A Challenge
Tuesday, 02/01/11
By Charlotte Albright
Snow plows have more bells and whistles than in days past, but there's still a lot of skill required to clear roads well.
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New Transportation Head Brings New Priorities
Monday, 01/17/11
By Jane Lindholm
In announcing his choice of Brian Searles to head the Agency of Transportation, Governor Shumlin has called for a revitalized public transit system in Vermont.
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Vermont's Transportation Projects
Tuesday, 08/24/10
By Steve Zind
Vermont Transportation Secretary David Dill discusses how the federal stimulus money is being spent and he provides an update on other construction projects. Plus, we hear about the Long Trail School's new International Baccalaureate program.
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Fixing The Crown Point Bridge
Wednesday, 10/28/09
By Jane Lindholm
We'll hear what's being done to help people affected by the sudden closure of the Crown Point Bridge and discuss plans to reopen it.
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Mapping Vermont's Ancient Roads
Thursday, 10/08/09
By Jane Lindholm
Towns across the state are finding that the process of identifying which old roads are public thoroughfares and which are not can be complex and sometimes contentious.
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