VDOT Lynchburg District traffic alert

road-work-headerHighway work in the VDOT Lynchburg District requiring road/lane./structure closures is scheduled, weather permitting.  Traffic may be restricted.  Items in italics contain new/updated information.  For up-to-date information, call 511 or visitwww.511Virginia.org.

 

Amherst County: Don Austin, Residency Administrator

Route 29 Business north- and southbound (Rt. 1108-Rt. 731) – Crews will mill and pave. Use caution.

Route 501/130 (Snowden) – Preparations for construction of new structure. Signs installation and early ground work to take place

Route 643 over Horsley Creek1/5/15-10/15/15, bridge replacement and approach work.  Traffic control devices and flaggers will be in use. Use caution; expect delays.

 

Appomattox County: Don Austin, Residency Administrator

Route 615 over David Creek – Road closed 1/5-1/23/15, for deck replacement and substructure repairs. Detour in place.

 

Buckingham County: Kevin Wright, Residency Administrator

Dillwyn AHQ – Crews will make drainage repairs on secondary routes.

Various – Crews will make surface repairs, boom axe and respond to customer concerns.

 

Campbell County: Don Austin, Residency Administrator

Route 643 over Falling River – 12/15/14-7/22/15, bridge replacement and approach work.  Traffic control devices and flaggers will be in use. Use caution; expect delays.

 

Charlotte County:  Kevin Wright, Residency Administrator

Route 675 over Cub Creek (Rt. 40 – Poor House Rd) – Road closed; temporary signal for bridge replacement. Est. comp.9/28/15.

Craftons Gate – Crews will mow, cut brush and work non-hard surface roads.

Phenix – Crews will clean ditches and pipe with backhoe and add shoulder stone.

Various secondary routes–Crews will boom axe and respond to customers.

 

Cumberland County: Kevin Wright, Residency Administrator

Various – Crews will work surfaces, repair shoulders, cut brush and respond to customers.

 

Halifax County: Kenneth Martin, Residency Administrator

Bethel AHQ -Crews will work surfaces.

Cluster Springs and Volens AHQ – Crews will work shoulders.

Various – Crews will respond to customer concerns.

 

Nelson County: Don Austin, Residency Administrator

Route 722 over Branch of Buffalo Creek – Road closed 1/12-2/6/15, for structure replacement. Detour in place.

 

Pittsylvania County: Kenneth Martin, Residency Administrator

Route 621 (862-875) – Closed Dec. 16-23 for pipe replacement. Detour in place.

Route 713 (701-662) over Sandy Creek – Road closed 1/5-3/27/15, for structure replacement. Detour in place.

Brosville AHQ – Crews will work shoulders.

Gretna, Mt. Airy and Rondo AHQ – Clean roadsides.

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

 

Prince Edward County: Kevin Wright, Residency Administrator

Route 623 –Bridge replacement over NS and Buckingham Branch Railroads. Est. comp. 6/30/15.

Route 658– Crews will make shoulder repairs.

Various – Crews will clean roadsides, make surface repairs, cut brush and respond to customers

 

District-wide activities:

Bridge and guardrail maintenance – Crews will perform bridge/guardrail maintenance.

 



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