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I-64 LANE CLOSURES COMING FOR BRIDGE WORK – Two weekend single-lane closures planned at mile marker 119

I-64 LANE CLOSURES COMING FOR BRIDGE WORK
Two weekend single-lane closures planned at mile marker 119

UPDATE: The bridge maintenance work on Interstate 64 at mile marker 119 over Route 781 (Sunset Avenue Extended) has been rescheduled. Milling and preparing the bridge deck will occur March 26-31 with the weekend single-lane closures scheduled for March 31-April 3 eastbound and April 7-10 westbound.  

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CULPEPER — Bridge maintenance work will soon begin on Interstate 64 at mile marker 119 over Route 781 (Sunset Avenue Extended) in Charlottesville. The bridges in both directions will be patched and receive a latex overlay to extend service life.

This winter, under a $735,727 construction contract, Virginia Department of Transportation contractor Martins Construction Corp. of Falls Church has worked outside the travel lanes to complete as much work as possible but will need lane closures to complete the remaining tasks.  

8 p.m. Sunday, March 26 to 6 a.m. Monday, March 27 and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. March 27-31, travelers should expect alternating overnight lane closures while the contractor mills and prepares the bridge deck. Motorists will encounter a bumpy riding surface until crews can complete the latex overlay over the following two weekends.

The contractor will work on the eastbound bridge March 31-April 3 and the westbound bridge April 7-10. The single-lane closures are scheduled from 8 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Monday. To help reduce delays for the 18,000 motorists that travel each direction of I-64 on a typical weekend day, VDOT will implement a zipper merge pattern at the work zone.

Rather than merging at the first “lane closed” sign, drivers should stay in their current travel lane up to the merge point and take turns merging — similar to a zipper — into the open lane. When traffic is heavy, this merge method has been shown to reduce backups and keeps traffic flowing through the work zone.

Depending on direction of travel, motorists attending special events in Charlottesville during these weekend closures should plan for extra travel time.

Additional overnight single-lane closures should be expected through mid-April for pavement marking and other finishing work.

For more information, visit www.virginiadot.org/projects/culpeper/64bridgemaint.asp.

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LANE CLOSURES PLANNED ON GREENVIEW AND LEESVILLE ROADS – Work part of ongoing road improvement project

LANE CLOSURES PLANNED ON GREENVIEW AND LEESVILLE ROADS
Work part of ongoing road improvement project

LYNCHBURG – Branch Civil, Inc., primary contractor on the Greenview Drive roadway improvement project has announced the following lanes closures:

 

  • March 17  (Friday) through March 20 (Monday), Greenview Drive from 9 am to 3 pm for utility work;
  • March 21 (Tuesday) and March 22 (Wednesday), northern leg of Leesville Road from 9 am to 3 pm; and
  • March 23 (Thursday) through March 29 (Wednesday), Greenview Drive from 9 am to 3 pm.

Signs and other traffic controls devices will be in place to alert motorists.

 

 

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Page last modified: March 16, 2017

Chapel Road Closures Extended Through March 31 – Detour in place during pipe replacement

Chapel Road Closures Extended Through March 31
Detour in place during pipe replacement

CLIFTON – The weekday closures on Chapel Road (Route 641) between Water Street and Sangsters Court to replace pipes will be extended through Friday, March 31 due to the recent winter weather, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.

The closures began March 6 and run from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day. They will occur Friday, March 17 as originally scheduled, and then Monday, March 20 through Friday, March 24, and Monday, March 27 through Friday, March 31.

Residents within the closure area, emergency vehicles and school buses will have access to the closed portion of Chapel Road, but will not be able to go beyond the point of pipe replacement that particular day.

Traffic will be detoured via Clifton Road (Route 645) and Wolf Run Shoals Road (Route 610) back to Chapel Road.

All work is weather permitting.

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TRANSPORTATION BOARD AWARDS CONTRACT FOR ROUTE 711 WIDENING PROJECT IN POWHATAN AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTIES – $11.7 million project to increase capacity, improve connectivity, will begin March 20

TRANSPORTATION BOARD AWARDS CONTRACT FOR ROUTE 711 WIDENING PROJECT IN POWHATAN AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTIES
$11.7 million project to increase capacity, improve connectivity, will begin March 20

 Bicyclist rides near project location

COLONIAL HEIGHTS — At its monthly meeting yesterday, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) awarded a contract worth approximately $11.7 million to E.J. Wade Construction, LLC of Mechanicsville Va., to widen and improve Route 711 at the Route 288 interchange in Powhatan and Chesterfield counties.

Improvements will include increasing capacity on Route 711 from two to four lanes for a 1.14-mile stretch from the Route 288 interchange to the Powhatan/Chesterfield county line, and replacing the bridge over Bernard’s Creek. Bike lanes and sidewalks will also be added to improve cyclist and pedestrian accommodations.

The project is expected to begin Monday, March 20, with intermittent alternating lane closures from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Several traffic shifts are planned as construction progresses. Most other traffic impacts are expected to be minimal. The work is expected to be complete in summer 2019.

More information is available at http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/richmond/route_711_robious_road-huguenot_trail_widening_and_bernards_creek_bridge_replacement.asp.

For more information about VDOT projects and programs, visit www.VirginiaDOT.org.

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COMMONWEALTH TRANSPORTATION BOARD SEEKS INPUT ON PROJECTS – The public is invited to provide their feedback on projects that are scored and recommended for funding

COMMONWEALTH TRANSPORTATION BOARD SEEKS INPUT ON PROJECTS
The public is invited to provide their feedback on projects that are scored and recommended for funding

RICHMOND − The public is invited to share comments on transportation projects that have been scored and recommended for funding through Virginia’s data-driven, prioritization process. This process was used to score over 400 transportation projects proposed by localities and regional planning bodies across the state. The scoring is a key part of a law, referred to as SMART SCALE, to facilitate investment of limited tax dollars in the right transportation projects. The public is also invited to share comments on other non-SMART SCALE projects as well as new projects valued in excess of $25 million. 

 Following the public meetings listed below, public comments will be considered by the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) as it develops the FY 2018-2023 Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP). The SYIP allocates public funds to highway, road, bridge, rail, bicycle, pedestrian and public transportation projects. The CTB will select the final list of scored as well as approved projects to be included in the SYIP. All federally eligible projects in the six-year improvement program will be included in the federally required Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) to document how Virginia will obligate its federal funds. 

 The meetings begin at 5:30 p.m. in each of the locations except as noted below (a formal comment period will be held at each meeting):

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Salem – Holiday Inn Valley View
3315 Ordway Drive
Roanoke, VA 24017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Hampton Roads – Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization
723 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Monday, April 10, 2017

Fredericksburg – Germanna
Community College Center for Workforce & Community Education
10000 Germanna Point Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Bristol – Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center
One Partnership Cir.
Abingdon, VA 24210

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Lynchburg – Lynchburg District Office
Ramey Memorial Auditorium
4303 Campbell Avenue (Route 501)
Lynchburg, VA 24501

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Culpeper – District Office, Auditorium
1601 Orange Road
Culpeper, VA 22701

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Staunton – Blue Ridge Community College, Plecker Center
for Continuing Education,
One College Lane
Weyers Cave, VA 24486

Monday, May 1, 2017

Richmond – District Office Auditorium
2430 Pine Forest Drive
Colonial Heights, VA 23834

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Northern Virginia – District Office, Potomac Room
4975 Alliance Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030

*Meeting starts at 6 p.m.

Online sources

Scored projects recommended for funding:
http://vasmartscale.org/documents/2018documents/fy_2018_staff_recommended_funding_scenario.xlsx

Project prioritization information:
http://vasmartscale.org/

Six-Year Improvement Program:
http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/syp-default.asp
http://www.drpt.virginia.gov/about-us/finance-procurement/syip/

You can also submit your comments by email or mail by May 16, 2017:

For roads and highways: Six-YearProgram@VDOT.Virginia.gov or Infrastructure Investment Director, Virginia Department of Transportation 1401 East Broad St., Richmond, VA 23219.

For transit and rail: DRPTPR@drpt.virginia.gov or Public Information Office, Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation 600 East Main Street, Suite 2102, Richmond VA, 23219.

SMART SCALE background:

 Law requires projects to be scored based on how they ease congestion; improve economic development, accessibility to jobs, safety and environmental quality; and, support transportation-efficient land use. Projects in Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads score higher if they reduce congestion. Projects in other parts of the state score higher if they increase economic development, or improve safety. The Commonwealth held numerous sessions with localities to incorporate their input in developing the scoring system.

 Projects meet scoring requirements if they are eligible for funding under the High Priority Projects Program and the District Grant Program. In addition, projects must demonstrate that they meet a need identified in the Commonwealth’s long-range plan, VTrans2040, which examines Corridors of Statewide Significance, regional networks and improvements to promote urban development areas. The CTB must consider highway, transit, rail, road operational improvements and transportation demand projects, including vanpooling and ridesharing.

 Projects funded with federal safety dollars, and projects that rehabilitate aging pavements and bridges are exempted from scoring.

 Once projects are scored and public input is received, the CTB will select projects to be funded and included in the six-year improvement program by July 1, 2017.

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