Lynchburg District Traffic Alert: Week of June 24-28

Highway work in the Lynchburg District requiring road/lane/structure closures is scheduled, weather permitting. For up-to-date information, call 511 or visit www.511Virginia.org.

Amherst County:

transportation road work

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Routes 29 Bus South (671-663), 29 S (151-29 Bus) – Milling & paving underway. Expect delays.

Route 130 (676-railroad bridge) – Milling, paving and rumble strips underway. Expect delays.

Route 610 (60-778) –Restricted to commercial truck traffic. Detour via 694, 665, 151, 29 and 60.

Route 617 (Fancy Hill Rd) with Route 778 – Intersection closed along with 778 project.

Route 778 over Buffalo River (Poor House Farm Rd to Turkey Mtn Rd) –Road closed, signed detour in place during bridge project. Est. completion – November 2019.

Appomattox County:

Route 26 – Centerline rumble strip installation underway.

Route 460 at Route 609 & 630 – Construction of turn lanes starts soon.

Buckingham County:

Routes 15 and 60 – Centerline rumble strip installation underway.

Route 678 over Rock Island Creek – Structure rehabilitation. Estimated completion mid-Sept.

Route 696 – Closed due to failed box culvert pipe. Detour in place via 613, 694 (Cumberland Co.), 672 and 696 (back to Buckingham County).

Various – Crew will work surfaces and Rural Rustic projects, mow, cut around signs and respond to customer concerns.

Campbell County:

Route 29 – Crew will paint lines.

Route 29 Bus., Altavista –Closed w/detour during bridge replacement. Est. comp. May 2021.

Route 460 Bus – Crew will work on signals.

Route 501 @ Route 633 – Construction of left and right turn lanes.

Route 711 over NS Railroad – Bridge/approach work underway. Road closed; signed detour.

Charlotte County:

Route 15 – Centerline rumble strips installation underway.

Routes 15 & 360 – Crew will work on pavement messaging.

Route 360 – Crew will paint lines.

Route 603 (684-744) – Closed July 22 – Aug. 30 for box culvert replacement. Detour via 603, 607, and back to 603.

Routes 671 & 727 – Crews will replace pipe.

Various – Crews will work surfaces, shoulders and Rural Rustic projects, mow, cut around signs, boom axe and respond to concerns.

Cumberland County:

Route 60 – Paving operations, including centerline rumble strips installation.

Various – Crews will mow, work surfaces and Rural Rustic projects, and respond to customers.

Halifax County:

Route 619 (603-623) – Closed. Detour via 619, 603 & 623. Est. comp. summer 2019.

Route 658 over Dan River – Bridge maintenance underway.

Route 678 (654 – 682) – Closed for repairs. Detour via 681 N, 360 E and 654 S back to 678. Estimated completion summer 2019.

Route 683 (680-685) – Closed. Detour 683, VA 360 & 680. Est. comp. – winter 2020.

Bethel AHQ – Crew will patch various secondary routes.

Cluster Springs AHQ – Crew will boom axe on various secondary routes.

Various – Crews will mow and respond to customer concerns.

Lynchburg:

Liberty Mtn Dr – Ramp to 460 E closed for roundabout project. Sidewalk, lighting installation.

Odd Fellows to US 29 Exp. –Reconstruction. Bridge over railroad closed. Starting 6/24, pavement demolition on Albert Langford Dr, Odd Fellows Rd & Murray Pl. Expect temporary lane closures; rough unpaved surfaces are possible. Detour in place

Nelson County:

Route 6 (151-29) – Milling, paving and rumble strips 7 pm – 6 am. Expect delays.

Routes 29 & 151– Crew will work on signs.

Route 29 N (Lovingston, Nelson Middle School – signal) – Milling and paving. Delays likely.

Route 29 S (737-623) –Speed 45, traffic in northbound lanes for box culvert. Est. comp. 8/19.

Route 29 N & S at Route 655 – Construction of turn lanes underway.

Routes 29 & 655 – Intersection improvements.

Routes 56, 151 and secondary routes – Mowing may result in delays.

Route 60 (Amherst line to Appomattox line) – Alternating traffic due to tree trimming.

Route 151 at Route 664 – Construction of turn lane starts June 24.

Route 625, Perry Lane – Rural Rustic project, drainage improvements, grading and paving.

Route 684, Chicken Hollow Rd – Drainage improvements & surface treating. Delays.

Route 814, Campbell’s Mtn Rd – Rural Rustic project, surface treating. Expect delays.

Route 686 over North Fork Tye River (56-687) –Closed for culvert replacement. Detour via 685 West, 56 East and back to 686.

Pittsylvania County:

Route 58 (Halifax/Pittsylvania County line to Whispering Pines Road) – Crew will widen shoulders, install rumble strips, and upgrade guardrail.

Route 622 – Bridge and approach work over NSRR.

Route 662 (707 – 713) – Road closed until Oct. 11 for bridge replacement. Detour via 701 and 640.

Route 687 (689 – 886) – Closed- pipe replacement. Est. comp. July 15. Detour via 689, 649, 886.

Route 723 (723 – 360) – Closed. Detour via 729 & 732. Est. completion – June 2019

Route 825 (717 – 716) –Closed- repairs until September 2019.

Brosville, Kentuck and Mt. Airy AHQs – Crews will clear up around signs.

Gretna and Rondo AHQs – Crews will boom axe on secondary routes.

Various – Crews will mow, work surfaces/ditches/culverts and respond to customer concerns.

Prince Edward County:

Route 15 – Centerline rumble strip installation underway.

Route 460 – Installation of shoulder rumble strips underway.

Route 628 (632-360) – Closed July 8-Aug 23 for box culvert replacement. Detour via 628, 632, 630, 360 and back 628.

Various – Crews will work surfaces, mow, boom axe, and respond to customer concerns.

District-wide activities:

Bridge maintenance – Crews will perform maintenance on bridges/other structures.

Guardrail maintenance – Crews will perform maintenance on guardrails.

Line painting/pavement marking – Crews will address work orders/requests.

Surface treatment – Various surface treatment schedules are underway across the district. Be aware of possible lane closures and delays. Check VA511 for updates.



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