Culpeper VDOT District Traffic Alert: March 2-6

road-work-headerThe following highway work is scheduled, weather permitting, in the Culpeper District during the upcoming week. Traffic movements may be restricted and speed limits reduced in work zones. (NEW) or (UPDATE) indicate revisionssince last week’s report.

Culpeper District traffic information is also available on Twitter at @VaDOTCulp and on VDOT’s website at www.virginiadot.org/travel/travel_alerts/culpeper/default.asp.

 

                                             Albemarle County, City of Charlottesville

For more information about these projects and related traffic impacts, visit www.route29solutions.org or contact Lou Hatter, Communications Manager, 540-717-2890, lou.hatter@vdot.virginia.gov.

(UPDATE) Route 29 (Seminole Trail) – Nighttime lane closures in the vicinity of Route 631 (Rio Road) for subsurface soil exploration. Expect lane closures between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

(UPDATE) Route 29/250 Bypass interchange – Installation of construction signs in the vicinity of the loop ramp from Route 29 (Emmet Street) south onto the Route 250 Bypass east. Lane closures between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. may be needed during initial work at the site. Motorists should be alert for workers and equipment near the travel lanes. Scheduled project completion May 2016.

(UPDATE) Route 29 (Seminole Trail) – Installation of infrastructure for adaptive traffic signal control system. Left turn lanes closed at the Towncenter Drive and Timberwood Boulevard intersections nightly between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Monday andTuesday. Motorists should use an alternate route. Inclement weather dates are overnight Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Albemarle County

Interstate 64 – Installation of communications conduit in median. Left shoulder closed in both directions from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday from mile marker 107 (Crozet exit) to mile marker 94 in Augusta Co. Motorists should keep right and use caution approaching the work zone. Anticipated completion is October, 2015.

Route 616 (Black Cat Road) – Replacement of bridge over Buckingham Branch Railroad. Road closed at the bridge with traffic detoured via Route 250 (Richmond Road). Anticipated completion Oct. 15.

Route 637 (Dick Woods Road) – Replacement of bridge over Ivy Creek. Road closed at the bridge with traffic detoured via Route 677 (Bloomfield Road) and Route 250 (Ivy Road). Anticipated completion Aug. 4.

Route 1150 (Mill Creek Drive) – Rehabilitation of curb ramps at intersections. Alternating lane closures will occur between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 20, 231, 743 – Shoulder repair and ditching.
  • Routes 53, 231, 250, 635, 672, 766, 810 – Debris removal.
  • Routes 630, 633, 637, 671, 687, 699, 767, 794, 797, 821, 823 – Machining of gravel roads.
  • Routes 665, 717, 810 – Trimming.
  • Routes 706, 810 – Pavement patching.

Town of Culpeper

Routes 15/29 Business, 229 – Construction of roundabout at intersection. One lane of roundabout is now open. Intermittent lane closures on Route 15/29 Business and Route 229 will occur between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Motorists should obey traffic controls and proceed with caution through the work zone.

 

Culpeper County

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 620, 647, 663 – Pipe replacement.
  • Routes 624, 626, 640, 696, 710 – Machining of gravel roads.
  • Routes 625, 640, 666, 685,706 – Pavement patching.

 

Fauquier County

Route 651 (Sumerduck Road) – Replacement of bridge over Sumerduck Run. Road closed with traffic detoured using Route 17 (Marsh Road) to Route 634 (Courtneys Corner Road) and back to Route 651. Anticipated completion April 27.

(NEW) Route 806 (Elk Run Road) – Pipe replacement at Route 637 (Ensors Shop Road) entrance. One lane closed between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 4. Motorists should obey traffic controls and proceed with caution through the work zone.

 

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 51, 55, 607, 615, 622, 631, 633, 652, 678, 681, 688, 691, 710, 712 – Pavement patching.
  • Routes 688, 689, 691, 738 – Trimming.
  • Routes 638, 758, 806, 1501, 1503 – Pipe replacement.
  • Routes 628, 638, 645, 673, 680, 681, 682, 688, 690, 692, 694, 702, 704, 726, 737, 739, 780 – Machining of gravel roads.
  • Routes 211, 643, 708– Shoulder repair and ditching.

 

Fluvanna County

Route 6 (East River Road) – Replacement of the Rivanna River bridge. Temporary lane closures may occur, with traffic controlled by flaggers. Motorists should be alert for traffic controls as they approach the area. Anticipated completion Nov. 20.

 

Route 6 (West River Road) – Replacement of the Hardware River bridge. Temporary lane closures may occur, with traffic controlled by flaggers. Anticipated completion Aug. 14.

 

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 6, 53 – Shoulder repair and ditching.
  • Routes 620, 1007 – Trimming.

 

Greene County

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 29, 33 – Trimming.
  • Routes 623, 646 – Shoulder repair and ditching.
  • Routes 626, 632, 634, 637 – Machining of gravel roads.

Louisa County

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Route 605 – Shoulder repair and ditching.
  • Route 656 – Trimming.

 

Madison County

Route 231 (N. Blue Ridge Turnpike) – Replacement of bridge over Mulatto Run. Road reduced to one lane with two-way traffic controlled by temporary traffic signals. Through late March, blasting operations may occur on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and will require a traffic stop of up to 15 minutes. Expect delays. Anticipated completion Dec. 18.

 

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Route 609 – Trimming.

 

Orange County

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 621, 658 – Trimming.

 

Rappahannock County

Routine Maintenance Activities

Motorists should expect brief delays, obey traffic controls and be alert for construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

  • Routes 211, 522 south, 600, 612, 681 – Shoulder repair and ditching.
  • Routes 622, 623, 614, 660, 626 – Trimming.

 

Road conditions and other real-time travel information can be found on the 511 Virginia website, the free VDOT 511 mobile app or by calling 511 from any phone in Virginia. VDOT updates are also on Facebook and the district’s Twitter account,@VaDOTCulp.

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