The following is a list of forecasted highway projects that may impact traffic traveling in the 12-county Salem Transportation District this week. Work schedules and construction project timelines are always subject to change and weather dependent. The Salem District covers Bedford, Botetourt, Carroll, Craig, Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Henry, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, and Roanoke.
ROUTE 603 Bridge Replacement – On or about July 22, 2020, Route 603 (North Fork Road) in Montgomery County will be closed for a bridge replacement over Craig Branch for approximately five to six months. The bridge is located two miles west of I-81 and 1.6 miles east of Ironto, adjacent to Halls United Methodist Church and Firefly Hill Vineyards. During this time, a detour will be utilized and directional signs will be in place to assist the traveling public. Weather permitting, the bridge is expected to reopen November 2020 with work expected to be completed December 2020.
ROUTE 708 CLOSURE – A section of Route 708 (Norris Run Road) is closed for bridge work over Norris Run. This closure is located 2.70 miles from Route 781 and .50 mile from Route 625. The road is scheduled to be closed until 5 p.m. on May 15. Drivers will need to seek alternate routes.
ROUTE 639 IMPROVEMENTS – Route 639 (Mt. Pleasant Road) is under construction. Spot widening and roadway improvements will be performed between the intersections of Route 742 (Archer Road) and Route 675 (Split Rail Road). Drivers may experience delays due to flagging operations as initial maintenance is performed on the roadway and shoulder/drainage areas. Eventually this section of Route 639 will be closed to traffic and a detour put into place.. This project is expected to be complete in October 2020.
ROUTE 460 TOWN OF CHRISTIANSBURG LANE CLOSURE – On Route 460 Business (North Franklin Street) and Route 460 Bypass, Exit 3 approaching Cambria Street Intersection. Reconstruction of North Franklin Street will include a lane closure in each direction from Cambria Street to Independence. A modified weaving motion will be required from the Bypass Ramp at the Cambria Intersection.
A daily left lane closure will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for traffic traveling from Farmview Road to Cambria Street. A daily right lane closure will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Exit 3 ramp, traveling from the Bypass to Cambria Street.
ROUTE 813 BRIDGE REPAIRS – On Route 813, a restricted width at the bridge crossing the Roanoke River. The restricted width will be 10’ with occasional flagging operations as needed. Stop Signs will be placed on each side of the bridge with signs indicating for motorist to proceed when clear. Motorists may encounter a restricted width of 9’ on Saturdays and Sundays and between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. beginning on Monday night through Friday morning for the duration of the project. The project is expected to be completed in June 2020.
WATERLINE CONSTRUCTION – Construction of a waterline along Route 659 (Vicker Switch Road), Route 719 (Switchback Road), Route 660 (Crab Creek Road), and Route 661 (Chrisman Mill Road) will include shoulder closures and lane closures. The work is expected to be completed in February 2021.
INTERSTATE 81 LANE WIDENING CONSTRUCTION EXIT 141 TO EXIT 143 – A project to widen the lanes on I-81 in Roanoke in both northbound and southbound directions between Exit 141 to Exit 143 has begun. Installation of construction signs is taking place along with surveys and clearing operations. Weekday and weekend lane and shoulder closures may be in place for guardrail removal, shoulder wedging and paving and barrier wall installation. Estimated completion date of the project is summer of 2022.
Weather permitting, drivers can expect a daily left lane closure on northbound and southbound I-81 from 7 p.m. at night until 7 a.m. the following morning from exit 140 to 143.
I-81 NORTHBOUND AT EXIT 105 NEW RIVER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY – Lane and shoulder closures may be in place near exit 105. Lane closure may be in effect during the week from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Shoulder closures may be in effect at any time during the week. Slow rolls may be performed on I-81 in the north and southbound lanes from mile marker 104 to 106 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Speed limit is reduced to 60 miles per hour in the work zone. Shoulder closures will remain in place though the duration of the project.
EXIT RAMP CLOSURE: The exit ramp on I-81 north at mile marker 105 onto Route 232 will be closed until Thursday, May 14 at 5 p.m. Drivers will need to find alternate locations to exit the interstate and access Route 232.
Slow rolls may be utilized periodically on both the northbound and southbound lanes from mile marker 98-109 for structural steel deliveries and setting beams.
I-81 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT EXIT 114 IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY – The bridge replacement of the two Interstate 81 bridges over Route 8 is under way. Traffic has moved onto the new bridge. Temporary lane closures, traffic shifts and road detours may be necessary during construction. Depending on the final design of the project, the estimated construction duration could be 24-30 months. Speed limit will be reduced to 60 mph and a temporary traffic signal will direct traffic on Route 8 throughout the duration of the project. Access to all properties will be maintained during construction. Estimated completion is summer 2021.
Through Friday morning, May 15, left lane closures will be in place on Route 8 northbound and southbound from Flanagan Drive to the entrance/exit ramp of southbound I-81 at mile marker 114 between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. Intermittent flagging operations will be in place including weekend nights.
Route 8 may have alternating shoulder closures in the north and southbound lanes, from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., between the I-81 on and off ramps, as needed. A pair of temporary traffic signals are actively controlling traffic movements for the on and off ramps from Route 8 onto I-81 and from I-81 onto Route 8. Message boards are alerting traffic to the change.
I-81 Exit 114 alternating ramp shoulder closures will be ongoing from mile marker 114 to 115, weather permitting, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Speed limit has been reduced from 70 to 60 mph in the work zone in the vicinity of exit 114.
The bridge on I-81 northbound at mile marker 114 currently has a restricted width for wide loads of 26 feet or larger.
I-81 LANE & RAMP CLOSURES FOR PAVING OPERATIONS IN ROANOKE & MONTGOMERY COUNTIES– Weather permitting, crews will be milling and paving along Interstate 81. Right and left lane closures will be in place along northbound and southbound lanes during nighttime hours. Drivers should expect possible delays.
Thursday, May 14, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., exit 146 ramp Closure on I-81 northbound in Roanoke County.
Thursday, May 14, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., right lane closures from mile marker 132 to 145 on northbound and southbound of I-81 in Roanoke County.
Weather permitting, crews will repair bridge decks on Interstate 81. Right and left lane closures will be in place northbound and southbound during nighttime hours, 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.
Through Thursday, May 14, 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., right lane closures from mile marker 87 to 153 on northbound I-81 in Roanoke County.
Weather permitting, crews will patch potholes along Interstate 81. Mobile right and left lane closures will be in place and moving along northbound and southbound lanes during nighttime hours, 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. Drivers should watch for moving vehicles and equipment. Expect possible delays.
I-581/220 LANE & RAMP CLOSURES FOR PAVING AND MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS IN ROANOKE COUNTY– Weather permitting, crews will be milling and paving along Interstate 81. Right and left lane closures will be in place along northbound and southbound lanes during nighttime hours. Drivers should expect possible delays.
Wednesday, May 13, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., closure of Wonju on-ramp and exit ramps on I-581 southbound and northbound in Roanoke County.
Through Thursday, May 14, 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., right lane closures from Franklin Road to Orange Avenue on northbound I-581 in Roanoke County.
I-581 BRIDGE DECK REPAIRS – Weather permitting, crews will repair bridge decks on Interstate 581. Right, center and left lane closures will be in place northbound and southbound during nighttime hours, 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.
INTERSTATE 77 (CARROLL COUNTY)
I-77 LANE & RAMP CLOSURES FOR PAVING AND MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS IN CARROLL COUNTY– Weather permitting, crews will be milling and paving along Interstate 81. Right and left lane closures will be in place along northbound and southbound lanes during nighttime hours. Drivers should expect possible delays.
Through Thursday, May 14, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., right and left lane closures on northbound and southbound I-77 from mile marker 14 to 19.
I-77 BRUSH REMOVAL & SHOULDER WORK – Weather permitting, during the week of April 27. crews will remove and clear brush and work on shoulders and slopes along I-77 northbound and southbound from mile marker 14 to 19 during nighttime hours, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. the following morning. A left lane closure will be in place.
I-77 POTHOLE PATCHING OPERATIONS – Weather permitting, crews will patch potholes along Interstate 77. Right and left lane closures will be in place along northbound and southbound lanes during daytime hours, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Drivers should watch for moving vehicles and equipment. Expect possible delays.
I-77 BRIDGE DECK REPAIRS – Weather permitting, crews will repair bridge decks on Interstate 77. Right and left lane closures may be in place northbound or southbound during nighttime hours, 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.
ROUTE 460 (ORANGE AVENUE) – Intersection improvements on Orange Avenue and Hollins Road are under way. Turn lanes will be extended on Orange Avenue and a new traffic signal will be installed at the intersection. Hollins Road will be widened from Orange Avenue to McDowell Avenue. Estimated completion is fall 2021.
10TH STREET IMPROVEMENTS–Work continues to complete the residual work on the project to improve the section of 10th Street from Andrews Road to Williamson Road in the City of Roanoke. The operational improvement on 10th Street include wider travel lanes, bicycle lanes, curb and gutter, sidewalks, turn lanes and new traffic signals. The traffic signals are in operation and 10th Street is open to through traffic. There will be flagging operations within the work zone at various times and locations. Crews will be working on project signage and the signalized intersection at Hunt and Williamson. This project will continue through May 2020.
ROUTE 115 (PLANTATION ROAD) INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS – Intersection improvements at Route 115 (Plantation Road) and Route 2023 (Lila Drive) has begun. The work includes the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection. Estimated completion is December 2020.
ROUTE 220 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER BACK CREEK – Work to replace the existing bridge over Back Creek is under construction. There will be right shoulder closures on Route 220 in the north bound lane between Route 715 and Route 676. The bridge is near the intersection of Route 657 (Crowell Gap Road and Winter Drive). Weather permitting, there will be right lane closures between the hours of 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Route 220 northbound lane between Route 715 and Route 676. The right, northbound shoulder will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until further notice. Estimated completion is late 2021.
There will be periodic left lane closures between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Route 220 northbound and southbound between Route 715 and Route 676.
Northbound traffic has been switched to the new bridge section and the existing northbound bridge will be removed.
The Route 220 crossover at Crowell Gap Road and Winter Drive is closed and no left turns will be allowed at this intersection.
EAST MAIN STREET IN SALEM – Work is under way along Route 460 east and westbound lanes, from Brand Avenue to Thompson Memorial Drive in the City of Salem. Installation of water meter valves and boxes, installing sidewalks, curb and gutter, handicap access are in progress. The installation of traffic signals will also be performed. Local traffic can expect flagging operations within the work zone at various times and locations. This work will continue until summer 2020.
ROUTE 221 ROAD UTILITY WORK – MMI will be installing fiber optic along Route 221 from the Roanoke County line to Clover Hill Road and along Clover Hill Road during daytime hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Motorists should expect shoulder or lane closures for travel in both directions. Intermittent full closures of the highway will be required for periods lasting no longer than 15 minutes.
ROUTE 460 PAVING OPERATIONS – Route 460 (E. Lynchburg Salem Turnpike) has lane closures in place with flagging operations for paving operations. The work is expected to be completed in August 2020. .
ROUTE 688 CLOSURE – A section of Route 688 (Buffalo Run Road) is closed for a pipe replacement. This closure will be located between Breezy Ridge and Meadow Creek (private road). A detour will be in place. The road is scheduled to be closed until 5 p.m. on June 2.
ROUTE 644 CLOSURE FOR BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – Route 644 (Lankford Road) is closed for a bridge replacement project over Big Otter River. This closure will be located 0.01 mile east of Route 673 (Benchmark Lane) and 0.50 mile west of Route 675 (Lizard Ridge Road). A nine mile detour will be in place so drivers should expect delays in travel times and plan accordingly. The project is expected to be completed in November 2020.
ROUTE 122 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER GOOSE CREEK – Work is under way for a bridge replacement project on Route 122 (Moneta Road) over Goose Creek. As part of the project, other improvements include wider paved shoulders, road realignment, wider space between lanes, edge line rumble strips and raised centerline pavement markers, and improving the turning radius from Route 801 onto Route 122 to create better sight distance. The bridge replacement will be performed alongside the existing bridge and once the new bridge is complete, traffic will be switched to the new bridge so the old can be removed. Drivers should expect delays in the area for periodic flagging, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and possible slow rolls for placement of piers. Estimated completion is 2021.
ROUTE 122 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER BIG OTTER RIVER – Construction is under way for a bridge replacement on Route 122 over Big Otter River. The bridge is located from 0.232 mile south of the intersection at Route 640 to 0.072 mile north of the intersection at Route 640. There are no traffic restrictions at this time. The completion date is scheduled for June 2022.
ROUTE 666 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – Work is to replace the Elkton Farm Road Bridge over the railroad tracks near Forest. The bridge is located 0.25 mile from Route 221. Expected completion is in November 2020.
ROUTE 220 SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS IN EAGLE ROCK – The project is under way. Flagging operations will be in place on Route 220, north and southbound lanes between Eagle Rock and Iron Gate, 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. The speed limit will be reduced to 35 miles per hour just south of Route 622 (Prices Bluff Road) and just north of Route 722 (Chatham Road). No wide loads are permitted through the area. Drivers are cautioned to slow down and pay close attention through the work zone due to curves and minimal site distance. Flagging operations are in place during daytime hours only. Drivers should watch for signs. Work is estimated to be completed in the fall of 2021.
CULVERT REPLACEMENT TO REDUCE LANES ON ROUTE 220: In the vicinity of Route 696 (Locust Bottom Road and Burhman Road), Route 220 traffic is shifted into a new but temporary two-lane pattern. It will remain in this configuration with a reduced speed of 35 mph until the culverts have been replaced.
TRAFFIC SHIFT ON PRICES BLUFF ROAD – A traffic shift will be in place on Route 622 (Prices Bluff Road). Traffic will remain in a two-lane pattern but surface will be compacted stone. Drivers should use caution in the area.
LOCUST BOTTOM ROAD CLOSURE: Locust Bottom Road is closed at its intersection with Route 220 for the replacement of two culverts. A detour is in place for Locust Bottom Road traffic onto Route 220. For access to northbound Route 220, drivers should take westbound Locust Bottom Road to Route 633 (Glen Wilton Road). To access southbound Route 220, drivers will use westbound Locust Bottom Road to Route 622 (Prices Bluff Road). Locust Bottom Road is expected to re-open in mid-May 2020.
BURHMAN ROAD DELAYS: Drivers on Route 696 (Burhman Road) will still be able to access Route 220 during the culvert replacements. However, Burhman Road drivers should expect delays as flaggers may be controlling traffic at the intersection with Route 220.
ROUTE 606 (Blue Ridge Turnpike) CLOSURE – Route 606 (Blue Ridge Turnpike) is closed for a concrete slab installation over Crush Run. This structure is located 0.70 miles from Route 641 (Oak Ridge Road) and 0.75 miles from Route 630 (Springwood Road). The road is scheduled to reopen on May 14, 2020 at 4 p.m.
ROUTE 603 ROAD CLOSURE – Route 603 (Zimmerman Road) is closed to through traffic for a rural rustic project. The 0.4 mile rural rustic project will be performed on Route 603, Zimmerman Road, from West Road to Pebble Road, Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The work will consist of cross and driveway pipe replacements to improve drainage, slope and shoulder work and placing a hard surface on the roadway. Due to the narrow, steep and curvy work zone area, the road is expected to be closed to through traffic for approximately six to eight weeks. Residents in the area will have access to their homes, but should expect delays. Signs will alert drivers of the closure.
ROUTE 722 CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC – A portion of Route 722 (Cranberry Road) is closed to through traffic from 0.10 mile west of Route 723 (Trapper Drive) for a pipe replacement. During this time, a detour will be utilized and directional signs will be in place to assist the traveling public. Weather permitting, the road is expected to be re-opened by May 15.
ROUTE 606 PIPE REPLACEMENT CLOSURE- Route 606 (Caldwell Mountain Road) in Craig County is closed again as work continues on a pipe replacement. The road was reopened to through traffic earlier this week and the remaining work to replace the pipe was expected to be completed using daytime lane closures. However, due to the amount of traffic on the road and the narrow roadway, the road will need to be closed again to through traffic for the safety of the road crew and motorists.
Route 606 will be closed from the intersection of Route 612 (Patterson Creek Road) to the Botetourt County line. The project is located approximately 1,100 feet east of the intersection of Route 606 and Route 612. Message boards are in place to alert drivers of the closure and drivers will need to seek alternate routes. Local residents within the closure will be able to access their homes. Weather permitting, the road is expected to reopen to through traffic again within two weeks.
ROUTE 799 CLOSURE – Route 799 (Conner Grove Road) is closed for a pipe replacement. The road will be closed from Route 727 (Union School Road) to Route 805 (Emmanuel Road). A detour will be in place through Route 604 (Halls Store Road) and Route 727 (Moles Road). The road is expected to reopen on May 15, weather permitting.
ROUTE 221 UTILITY WORK – MMI will be installing fiber optic along Route 221 from Poor Farm Road to Cannady School Road, Route 221 from Christiansburg Pike NE to East Oxford Street, on Route 220 from the Town of Floyd to the Carroll County line, and along Route 8 from Galen Lane to East Oxford Street during daytime hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Motorists should expect shoulder or lane closures for travel in both directions. Intermittent full closures of the highway will be required for periods lasting no longer than 15 minutes.
ROUTE 221 AND ROUTE 8 PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS – Work to improve pedestrian traffic is under way at the intersection of Route 221 and Route 8. This project focuses around sidewalk and crosswalk enhancements with work taking place primarily between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., Monday through Thursday. During these times, travelers may experience delays due to flagging operations and temporary lane closures. The project is expected to be completed in June 2020.
Alternating lane closures will be in place on Route 8 North and South and Route 221 North and South beginning Monday, May 11, through Friday, May 15, between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. The closures for Route 8 will be through the intersection. The closures for Route 221 will extend .3 miles west of the intersection near Nira Street.
ROUTE 122 PAVING OPERATIONS –Route 122 (Booker T. Washington Highway) has lane closures in place with flagging operations for paving operations. The work is expected to be completed in August 2020. .
Route 718 Pigg River Bridge Replacement – In mid-June, a bridge replacement project on Route 718 (Colonial Turnpike) over Pigg River is scheduled to begin. It is located 0.5 miles from Route 715 (Chestnut Mountain Road) and one mile from Route 646 (Doe Run Road).
CALLAWAY ROAD UTILITY WORK – MMI will be installing fiber optic along Callaway Road from Grassy Hill Road to Bent Mountain Road during daytime hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Motorists should expect shoulder or lane closures for travel in both directions. Intermittent full closures of the highway will be required for periods lasting no longer than 15 minutes.
ROUTE 122 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – Route 122 (Booker T Washington Highway) will be under a flagging operation during daytime hours for a bridge replacement project over Blackwater River. The bridge is located between Route 40 and the intersection with Angle Plantation Road. Drivers can expect some delays for flagging during construction of the new bridge, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday, 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. the following morning. A barrier wall will be in place. The project is expected to be completed in November 2020.
ROUTE 460 BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY OVER NEW RIVER – A left lane closure is in place on Route 460 westbound between the intersection of Route 219 (Island Street) and Route 648 (Elgood Mountain Road). The closure will limit westbound traffic to a single lane starting approximately 500 feet east of the bridge and ending approximately 100 feet past the bridge. This single lane will have a width of 11’ with a maximum clearance of 14.5’, which will prohibit wide loads from passing through the project. This closure will be in effect day and night throughout phase 2 of the project, which has a planned completion date of end of May 2020.
Beginning immediately and lasting through May 31, there will be a left lane closure on 460 East at the bridge crossing the New River. This closure will take place daily between 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ROUTE 220 BUSINESS AND ROUTE 58/220 PIPE REPLACEMENT- Installation is under way for two emergency pipe replacements on Route 220 Business. The locations of the pipe replacements will be 0.03 mile North Speedway Road and on Route 58/220 at Greensboro Road and William F. Stone Highway). Drivers can expect lane closures at both locations. The completion date is scheduled for August 2020.
ROUTE 220 SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AT ROUTE 688 – A project to improve safety at the intersection where Route 220 connects with Route 220 Business and Route 688 is set to begin on May 4. The construction of directional islands will prevent left turn movements from the intersecting roads and a left turn lane will be added to facilitate U-turns on Route 220 at the crossover immediately south of the intersection. The completion date is scheduled for late 2020.
ROUTE 220 SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS – Construction is under way for safety improvements on Route 220. Alternating lane closures will be in place. Work will include trench widening and the addition of rumble strips and guardrail from Route 1210 (Dyer Street) to the Franklin County line. The completion date is scheduled for October 23, 2020.
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ROUTE 11 TURN LANE CONSTRUCTION AT PULASKI MIDDLE SCHOOL – Route 11 (Lee Highway) between Route 1156 (Country Club Drive) and Route 807 (Hatcher Road) will undergo utility work along the shoulder and have trucks entering the highway during construction. Construction will impact northbound and southbound lanes with either a shoulder closure and/or lane closure between 9a.m. and 3 p.m. Route 11 northbound will have a lane closure for turn lane construction. The entire project time frame extends to fall 2020.
OLD ROUTE 100 BRIDGE OVER PEAK CREEK CLOSED FOR BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – A project to replace the bridge on Route F047 (Old Route 100) over Peak Creek in Pulaski County is under way requiring the bridge to close and a detour to be put in place. The bridge is located on the service road that runs parallel to Interstate 81 between exits 94 and 98 and crosses Peak Creek that connects to Claytor Lake. It is approximately 5.5 miles east of the town of Pulaski and 4.8 miles south of Dublin. The road will be closed in both directions on Old Route 100, Route F047, and Possum Hollow Road from 1.61 Miles north of Route 99 to 2.73 miles south of Route 100. Detour signs will be in place to alert the traveling public and cyclists. Weather permitting, the bridge is expected to re-open in October 2020.
Traffic on Route 99 and Route 672 may experience delays due to the delivery of industrial beams.
The detour during construction of the new bridge will direct drivers traveling northbound to use exit 94 for access onto I-81 and to use exit 98 when exiting off of I-81. Drivers traveling southbound will access I-81 using exit 98 and exit I-81 by using exit 94.
Motorists travelling to either Conrad Brothers Marina or Rock House Marina are advised to exit Interstate 81 at exit 98.
Bicyclists traveling north on Bicycle Route 76 will leave Bicycle Route 76 at the intersection with Route 99 (East Main Street) and head north towards the town of Pulaski to Route 611 (Bob White Boulevard) that turns into Newbern Road. Bicyclists will then follow Route 611 to where it intersects with US Bicycle Route 76.
Boats operating on Claytor Lake in the vicinity of Peak Creek will continue to have access to the upstream waterway but should use caution. Boaters will see a large barge in the water at the Old Route 100 Bridge and a construction work zone will be posted in the water on water buoys. As boats approach the area for access, signs will direct them to possible changes in direction that will alternate to the left or right of the waterway. As a safety precaution, access to the waterway also may be closed at various times during construction and signs will be posted if this should occur.
ROUTE 11 PULASKI COUNTY – Road work will be occurring on Route 11 in Dublin. A left lane closure from Route 1003 (4th Street) eastbound and westbound to Route 635 (Baskerville Street) Eastbound and Westbound. Work is expected to occur from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Estimated completion date is June 2020.
ROUTE 100 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT – Two bridge replacements are under way on Route 100 (Cleburne Boulevard) in Dublin. The bridges are located over Route 11 and over the railroad and Route 689 (Peppers Ferry Road). Drivers can expect lane closures and heavy trucks entering and exiting the roadway during daytime hours, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lanes will be reduced to one lane in both directions from late fall through the duration of the project. Route 100 Southbound will continue to serve as the Route 100 northbound and southbound lanes. Width restriction of 10 feet in place with no wide loads allowed. Message boards will alert drivers. Work is anticipated to be completed by the end of May 2020.
A traffic switch is for the bridge work over Route 11 and for the bridge over the railroad at Old Peppers Ferry Road will occur from Route T-1026 (Hawkins Street) to Route T-1003 (4th Street) until the end of May 2020.
Peppers Ferry Road will be closed to through traffic from Newbern Street to the Route 100 overpass for work on the bridge over the railroad until May 2020.
Tate Avenue will be closed to through traffic from Hawkins Street to the Route 100 overpass. Peppers Ferry Road will be closed to through traffic from Newbern Street to the Route 100 overpass. These closures will be in effect through May 2020.
Traffic will continue to utilize the new traffic pattern from Route 100 Northbound to Route 100 Southbound from Baskerville Road, Route 635 to 4th Street, Route 1003.
Right and left lane closures will be in place on Route 100 north and southbound.
A width restriction is in place to 10 feet wide. Wide loads not permitted on Route 100 north and southbound between Route 1003 (4th Street) and Route 635 (Baskerville Road).
A right lane closure is in place on Route 11 southbound for work to occur on the ramp.
The ramp off of Route 100 southbound onto Route 11 southbound will be closed for pavement rehabilitation. A signed detour will be in place.