A national Act could bring jobs, and funding to Vermont, New York and New Hampshire roads and bridges.
A New England Blizzard extended all the way to Northern Vermont, and while it wasn't the heaviest impact, it still slowed down travelers.
The day before a big storm VTrans prepares the big orange plows so they're at their best when the snow hits.
Plow drivers explain the wet and heavy snow is tough to get off the main roads which is where they need to focus their efforts.
Preschool children got up close to something they see every snowy day.
"Right now this section of 302 is not particularly bike friendly, there's really no infrastructure for bicycling,” said VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, Jon Kaplan. But that will change in the coming year.
One of the largest road projects in Vermont that has been on the books for decades opened to commuters Friday.
Every election season the Secretary of State sends out the Vermont Sign Laws to candidates, and the Agency of Transportation says almost every election some candidates and their supporters don't listen.
A commonly used guardrail head, manufactured by Trinity Industries, has been removed from the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s approved product list.
Rumble strips will grace Route 12 in Morristown this fall, but not everyone is in favor of the upgrade.
With harsh winters and rainy springs roads and bridges in Vermont take a beating. So this summer the Vermont Agency of Transportation or VTrans plans to fix as many of those bridges as possible. And while some are smaller projects that include painting or minor maintenance, other bridges could be closed for weeks.
Potholes are taking over the roads in Vermont. The road nuisances have Vermont's Agency of Transportation struggling to keep up.
It takes more than just filling a gaping hole and the cost can keep piling up.
The weather over the last few weeks has been perfect for creating potholes. And this year crews are seeing larger potholes earlier in the season.
Winter doesn’t officially start until Saturday, but the Vermont Agency of Transportation will tell you it’s already here.
The combination of bitterly cold air and a burst of snow made for some pretty icy roads this weekend.