Three weeks after the flooding wiped out a number of roads in Vermont, traffic will flow again on two major routes today.
A bridge has re-opened in Clarendon, and that’s eliminated the last detour on U.S. Route 7 in Vermont.
And a section of Route 100 through Granville has re-opened, eliminating a significant detour on narrow dirt roads around the Granville Gulf. But that road is still not paved, so drivers should expect delays.
Route 100 is not yet fully paved, so drivers should expect delays through the area.