Route 4 Open For Public Travel

September 16, 2011

in News,Recovery Update

KILLINGTON – Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and the state’s Agency of Transportation opened Route 4 to full public travel today, restoring the critical east-west travel corridor between the resort community of Killington and all points to the east and west just in time for the kick-off of the fall foliage touring season.
“Killington is open for business, and we’re eager to welcome back visitors, neighbors and friends during this exceptionally beautiful time of year,” said Seth Webb, Director of Economic Development and Tourism for the Town. “Coming up to Killington, supporting our shops, inns and restaurants this fall and winter is the best thing people can do to help us get back on track.”

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