Vergennes bypass seeks input

Do you live, work, or travel through northern Addison County? The Vermont Agency of Transportation, in partnership with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission, invite residents of the Vergennes area to attend community workshops on the future uses of the land where they live and work.

VTrans launches another study of Vergennes truck route

“This is not starting over,” said Joe Segale, the project manager for the effort. “This is moving forward.”

Editorial: Vergennes truck bypass: It’s not an option to fail

In Vergennes, the fact that over 100 people attended a Nov. 4 forum on a new route for truck traffic to bypass the downtown is indicative of how critical it is to solve what is an untenable problem.

Learn about Vergennes truck bypass on Nov. 4

In advance of a major public forum set for the evening of Nov. 4, an Agency of Transportation official in charge of overseeing the planning, design and engineering process for an alternate commercial truck route around downtown Vergennes offered the city … (read more)

Top 10: Vergennes gets new hope for bypass

For decades the question in Vergennes has been to bypass, or not to bypass. Earlier this year new hope appeared that an alternate route to take trucks out of the city’s downtown could be built in at least some residents’ lifetimes. In April came word that … (read more)

Letter to the editor: New truck route would boost city

The following letter was written by Adam Lougee of the Addison County Regional Planning Commissions to Vermont Secretary of Transportation Joe Flynn. On June 12, 2019 the Addison County Regional Planning Commission passed a resolution expressing our suppo … (read more)