Culpeper VDOT District: Traffic alerts for Dec. 22-Jan. 2

road-work-headerThe following highway work is scheduled; weather permitting, in the Culpeper VDOT District during the upcoming week. Traffic movements may be restricted and speed limits reduced in work zones. Items in italics contain new or updated information.

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

Interstate 64 – Installation of communications conduit in median. Left shoulder closed in both directions from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 22 and 29-30 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 July 2015.

Routes 20, 22, 231, 600, 640, 673, 674, 676, 743 – Pipe cleaning. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

Routes 29, 558, 1423 – Shoulder repair and ditching. Motorists should be alert for mobile work zone and construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

Route 665 (Millington Road) – Pavement patching. Flagging will occur. Motorists should slow down as they approach the work zone and expect brief delays.

Route 712 (Coles Rolling Road) – Machining of gravel roads. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

 

Culpeper County

Routes 601, 617, 676, 692 – Machining of gravel roads. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

Routes 658, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007 – Trimming. Motorists should be aware of mobile work zones and slow-moving equipment along the road shoulders. Reduce speed and follow traffic controls. Brief delays are possible.

 

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. MondayTuesday and 7 a.m. and noon on Wednesday. Motorists should obey traffic controls and proceed with caution through the work zone.

 

Fauquier County

Routes 615, 617, 634, 637, 639, 752, 758, 806 – Pavement patching. Flagging will occur. Motorists should slow down as they approach the work zone and expect brief delays.

Routes 626, 643, 681 – Repairs to roadway shoulders and ditching. Motorists should be alert for mobile work zone and construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

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 2015.

Routes 681, 688, 734, 735, 778, 780 – Machining of gravel roads. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

 

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 October 2015.

Route 6 (West River Road) – Replacement of the Hardware River bridge. Temporary lane closures may occur, with traffic controlled by flaggers. Anticipated completion May 2015.

Routes 605, 606, 659, 685 – Trimming. Motorists should be aware of mobile work zones and slow-moving equipment along the road shoulders. Reduce speed and follow traffic controls. Brief delays are possible.

 

Greene County

Routes 29, 33, 230 – Pipe cleaning. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

Routes 29, 33 – Trash removal. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

 

Louisa County

Route 613 (Poindexter Road) – Shoulder repair. Motorists should be alert for mobile work zone and construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

Route 622 (Moody Road) – Trimming. Motorists should be aware of mobile work zones and slow-moving equipment along the road shoulders. Reduce speed and follow traffic controls. Brief delays are possible.

Route 717 (Central Branch Road) – Machining of gravel roads. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

 

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. Motorists should use caution as they approach the work zone.

Route 603 (Duet Road) – Trimming. Motorists should be aware of mobile work zones and slow-moving equipment along the road shoulders. Reduce speed and follow traffic controls. Brief delays are possible.

Route 626 (Gibbs Road) – Shoulder repair. Motorists should be alert for mobile work zone and construction equipment entering and exiting the highway.

 

Orange County

Routes 654, 673, 700, 705, 721 – Machining of gravel roads. Motorists should obey traffic controls and expect minor delays.

 

Rappahannock County

Routes 626, 627, 640, 642 – Pavement patching. Flagging will occur. Motorists should slow down as they approach the work zone and expect brief delays.

Routes 637, 657, 664 – Mowing. Motorists should be aware of mobile work zones and slow-moving equipment along the road shoulders. Reduce speed and follow traffic controls. Brief delays are possible.

 

Real-time road conditions and weather forecasts are available on VDOT’s traffic and travel web site, www.511Virginia.org. The site also has live traffic camera images for many major highways including Interstate 64, I-66 and Routes 29 and 250 in Central Virginia. Motorists can call 511 from any telephone in Virginia for road and traffic conditions on all major highways in the state. Call 800-367-7623 24 hours a day to report highway-related problems or request information about Virginia’s highways.

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