Safety corridors are tools for traffic enforcement |

Perhaps you have heard about the safety corridors on our interstates. These safety corridors have been marked for an increased level of traffic enforcement because of heavy traffic volume, high rate of speed and a high rate of crashes. The fact is that cute slogans, sign boards and other warnings do not seem to be getting the attention of motorists. Now law enforcement agencies will be focusing on these areas specifically watching for speeding, aggressive and distracted driving and seat belt violations (among other things). Go to vtrans.vermont. gov/safetycorridors for maps and statistics that you may find interesting.

In the meantime, pay attention — that $150 to $200 you pay for a violation is probably better off in your pocket.


I-89 Colchester to Swanton has a repaving project. Milling in the southbound passing lane from Exit 20 to the Lamoille Bridge in Milton will cause delays especially during commuting hours. In Georgia, culvert replacement projects will slow traffic this week.

Culvert work on the South Burlington stretch of I-89 this week. Expect day and night work with median projects causing reduced speeds and lane restrictions. In Middlesex, drivers should expect daily northbound and southbound lane closures and lower speed limits near the Route 2 overpass.

I-91 southbound at the U.S. Customs office. Expect lane shifts. In Rockingham daytime lane closures northbound and southbound, for a bridge project, will affect traffic this week. In Brattleboro the bridge replacement project will have limited effect on traffic this week.

Other roads

Route 78 in Highgate has a culvert replacement project. Expect minor delays during morning and afternoon commuting hours.

Route 242 in Jay has a bridge replacement project affecting traffic. Motorists should expect a one-lane road with traffic light. Lane restricted to 12’ in width.

Swanton has a roadway improvement project involving milling, paving and striping on Grand Avenue and side roads on…

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