Construction Update

Construction Update

TRAFFIC IMPACT AND DURATION: Sunday, June 13 through Friday, June 18, between the hours of 7 PM and 7 AM, motorists should expect lane closures and alternate one-way traffic controlled by flaggers on US-4 in Woodstock. Side road entrances from US-4 will also be paved. Motorists should expect significant delays as crews begin paving the final wearing course.

Lane closures and shoulder closures on US-4 can be expected during daytime hours, 7 AM to 7 PM, as crews continue to prep driveways and install sign posts.

Street parking at various locations along the route will be prohibited to facilitate paving. No parking areas will be signed and/or parking meters will be bagged.

CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES: On Sunday night, crews will begin paving the final wearing course of pavement on US-4 beginning at the eastern end of the project, near Maplefields, and will work west. It is anticipated to take two night shifts to pave the westbound lane to the western project limits, just west of the intersection with Rose Hill Road. During the third shift, the crews will begin paving the eastbound lane from the west end of the project and head east towards Maplefields. All paving work is weather dependent. Significant delays should be expected during the paving operations.

Daytime driveway prep and sign post installations will continue on US-4 throughout the week.


Woodstock STP PC21(3) begins just south of the Woodstock Inn and Resort Golf Club on VT-106 (South Road) and extends northerly along VT-106 (South Road) to its intersection with US-4 (South Park Street). The project also begins at the VT-12 (Elm Street) and US-4 (Central Street) intersection and extends northerly along VT-12 (Elm Street) to just north of its intersection with Old River Road at the Class 1 Town Highway limit.

Woodstock NH PC21(5) begins just west of the US-4 (West Woodstock Road) and Rose Hill intersection and extends easterly along US-4 (West Woodstock Road, Church Street, North and South Park Streets, Central Street, Pleasant Street) to just south of its intersection with Sawyer Road at the Class 1 Town Highway limit.