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Lynchburg District Traffic Alert: Schedule for week of April 19-23

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Highway work requiring road/lane/structure closures in the Lynchburg District in the coming week. Work may be delayed/canceled due to weather or other issues. Items in italics contain new/updated information. For up-to-date information, call 511 or visit www.511Virginia.org.

District-wide activities:

Crews will perform various construction/maintenance activities throughout the district using the best practices of social distancing. Activities include, but are not limited to bridge & guardrail maintenance, brush/tree/limb cutting, pothole/surface/shoulder work, work orders, pavement messaging, mowing, boom axing, drainage repairs/work and roadside cleanup, including extensive debris removal from recent storms.  

Amherst County:   

Route 29 Bus (Lakeside Dr- Woodys Lake Rd) – Sidewalk construction. Lane closures and delays. Estimated completion November 2021.

Route 60 (686-605) – Crew will repair storm drain, clean pipe and remove brush. Pilot truck and flaggers will assist.

Route 130 over RR, w of Madison Heights –Bridgework, single 10’ lane with signal.

Route 130 (685-679) – Alternating flagging operations during shoulder widening operations.

Route 634 – Crew will make surface repairs.

Route 681 – Bridge rehab through September 2021. One lane controlled by signal.

Route 743 – Rural Rustic project will take place.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Appomattox County: 

Route 460 – Shoulder widening and rumble strip installation. Estimated completion – Nov 2021.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Buckingham County:  

Route 60/56 – Turn lane project. Fixed completion July 30, 2021.

Route 636/15 – Turn lane project. Fixed completion October 15, 2021.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Campbell County:   

Route 29 Business, Altavista – Crew will perform signal maintenance.

Route 29 near Yellow Branch – Crew will perform sign maintenance.

Route 29 N over NSRR, near airport – Bridge and approach work; est. comp. May 2023.

Route 29 S (683- Pitts Co. line) and 29 N (Pitts. Co. line to 699) – Tree pruning & small tree removal. Estimated completion Sept. 25. Lane, shoulder closures.

Route 622 – Reconstruction & bridge over Flat Creek. Delays possible. Est. comp. Sept. 2021.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Charlotte County:    

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Cumberland County:   

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Halifax County:   

Route 360 and other routes –Litter pick up may result in delays. Be alert to presence of crew.

Route 501 – Passing lane project. Expect delays for tree cutting/removal. Lane closures; temporary detours expected. Fixed comp – May 5, 2023. Speed limit reduced.

Route 610 – Connections with US 501 closed beginning March 31.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Lynchburg:

Route 29/460 (Campbell Ave – Concord Turnpike) – Bridge replacement over railroad underway. Northbound 29/eastbound 460 speed 45 mph. Completion July 31, 2023.

Nelson County:   

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Pittsylvania County:   

Route 29 N over Banister River – One lane, 15’ in width.

Route 29 N & S (Campbell Co- Route 603) – Long line painting. Slow machinery; use caution.

Route 58 and other routes –Litter pick up may result in delays. Be alert to presence of crew.

Route 607 (668 -628) –Closed for bridge construction. Detour: 607, 668, 602, 628 back to 607.

Route 640 (633-633) –Closed 7:30- 3:30 ea. day for tree/ debris removal. Detour: 633, 668, 633 back to 640.

Route 849 (855-851) – Closed for repairs April 5-May 14. Detour 849, 855, 851 to 849.

Please note districtwide activities above. 

Prince Edward County:   

Route 15/665 turn lanes and 15/692 roundabout – Construction. Fixed comp.  Nov. 11, 2022.

Route 360 (704-728) – One lane closed approximately 4 weeks for superstructure repairs.

Please note districtwide activities above. 


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