The Mountain Times

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  • Killington applies for VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Grant to begin streetscape enhancements

    Features

    KILLINGTON-On Friday, August 24, the Town of Killington sent a proposal to VTrans for a $663,300 Bicycle and Pedestrian Grant. If accepted, this grant would cover Phase 1A of the Killington Gateway Project, which includes tr ...

  • Salt brine minimizes environmental, economical and maintenance costs

    Breaking News

    Like our neighboring states, Vermont adheres to a "Safe Roads at Safe Speeds" policy during storm events. Delivering "bare roads" during a storm is simply not possible. However, we are constantly working to deploy new techno ...

  • Route 107 opens between Bethel and Stockbridge

    Features

    STOCKBRIDGE - The final segment of Vermont's state highway system closed due to damage from Tropical Storm Irene reopened to traffic Thursday, Dec. 29. A celebration was held at Stockbridge Central School to commemorate the ...

  • Crossroad of Vermont Byway eligible for national funding

    Features

    KILLINGTON - Vermont Agency of Transportation byways program recently endorsed a new project for long-term beautification projects in Killington, paving the way for federal funds to support the endeavor. In 2010 and 2011, t ...