Road work for the week of July 27
BENNINGTON — The following list of road projects for the coming week was supplied by the Bennington Department of Public Works. Motorists are asked to use caution and expect delays, as workers and equipment will be in roadways. All work is weather-dependent.
All roads in the Apple Hill Development will be reduced to one-lane traffic while paving work continues.
Burgess Road will be reduced to one lane between Center and Main streets as a sewer crew repairs manholes in preparation for paving.
Carpenter Lane will have lane restrictions as PFOA water line extension work continues.
Chapel Road will be closed between Bradley Drive and North Branch Street for a new water main connection.
The upper portion of East Road north of Houghton Lane will be closed to through traffic for the next two weeks as PFOA water line extension work continues.
Gage Street will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday between Safford and Grove streets as a contractor makes a new water connection for the Rec Center expansion project. Detours will be in place.
Houghton Lane will have lane restrictions while a private contractor paves this area.
Kocher Drive will have lane restrictions between Aldi's and Performance Drive for work on the sidewalk extension project.
North Branch Street will be closed Wednesday between Bowen Road and Mountain View Mobile Home Park intersections while a water crew works with private contractor to install a new water main connection at Chapel Road.
Performance Drive will be reduced to one lane traffic all week as a crew mills the road for in preparation for new pavement.
Polygraphic Lane in North Bennington will be reduced to one-lane traffic for the next three weeks while a sewer main is replaced.
Safford Street will be reduced to one-lane traffic between County and Gage streets all week while a private contractor installs a new driveway.
Townwide: A private contractor will continue roadside mowing throughout town. Sewer crews will be repairing manholes in various areas.
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