Traffic Alert

Champlain Parkway Project

DATE: Thursday, May 9, 2024

Short Traffic Stoppages at the Intersections of Kilburn Street and Marble Avenue at Pine Street to Facilitate Paving Activities

Crews will be paving portions of the raised intersections at the intersections of Kilburn Street at Pine Street and Marble Avenue at Pine Street. There will be short stoppages for vehicles exiting Marble Avenue onto Pine Street to facilitate the paving operations. There will be short stoppages for vehicles exiting Kilburn Street onto Pine Street and vehicles entering Kilburn Street from Pine Street to facilitate paving operations. This work will take place TOMORROW, Friday, May 10, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Motorists should expect delays and are encouraged to seek alternate routes where possible.

Pine Street will continue to have a single northbound travel lane between Locust Street and Maple Street during work hours to facilitate paving operations, sidewalk installation, and drainage work. All southbound vehicles traveling between Maple and Locust Street will be detoured from Pine Street at Maple Street to St. Paul Street.

Kilburn Street, Pine Place, and Marble Avenue will continue to be restricted to right turn only at their intersection with Pine Street. Kilburn Street (reduced width), Pine Place, and Marble Avenue will remain open. Howard Street will continue to be closed at its intersection with Pine Street. This closure will remain in effect 24 hours a day until it is reopened Friday, May 10, by 7:00 p.m. Eastbound right and westbound left turns from Maple Street onto Pine Street are prohibited. Flaggers will be stationed at each side street to assist motorists. Please see the detour graphic below.

Green Mountain Transit Service Alerts for Pine Street Route and Montpelier LINK Express.

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Please be advised that the newly constructed segment of the Champlain Parkway between Home Avenue and Lakeside Avenue has not been completed and is not open for public access. Vehicular traffic along this segment is strictly prohibited. Pedestrian and bicycle access along this portion of the shared-use path is restricted for your safety as designated crossing locations, proper signage, and operational traffic controls have not been implemented at the major crossing locations along the Champlain Parkway. 

PUBLIC SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT: For your safety and the safety of the construction crew and field staff, the Champlain Parkway Project Team reminds the public to steer clear of construction vehicles, heavy machinery, and active construction areas. Stay alert when navigating within the work zone. For all urgent issues or concerns, please contact the Public Outreach Team by phone at (802)496-8956 or by email at


The Champlain Parkway Project spans a 2.8-mile area from the I-189 intersection with US 7 to Lakeside Avenue, and includes upgrades to Lakeside Avenue, and improvements to the section of Pine Street between Lakeside Avenue and Main Street. 

The initial contract includes the construction of the Champlain Parkway from Home Avenue to Lakeside Avenue, upgrades to Lakeside Avenue, and improvements to the section of Pine Street between Lakeside Avenue and Kilburn Street. 


Initial Contract 2024

Final Contract 2027


Construction vehicles and other equipment will be traveling throughout the South End as part of the Burlington Great Streets: Main Street Project, which began construction in February. A stockpile for this project (where construction materials and equipment are stored) is located on Sears Lane. In addition, this project will be detouring traffic through the Champlain Parkway project limits.

This project, which is separate from the Champlain Parkway Project, encompasses the portion of Main Street between Battery Street and South Union Street. For additional information or to sign up to receive their project updates, visit the Burlington Great Streets project website

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For more information about the project please visit the project website or contact the project team via the project hotline, 802-496-8956 or by email:

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