Vermont's $25M Route 100 Project Aims...

Vermont's $25M Route 100 Project Aims to Restore Deterioration

The Route 100 project addresses the poor pavement condition along the corridor, due to underlying concrete slabs that have caused reflective cracking into the top courses. A $25 million road rehabilitation has crews working after hours in the towns of Waterbury and Stowe, Vt.

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