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Kelly Hannon 540-374-3344
Kelly.Hannon@VDOT.Virginia.Gov

FRED-108424

Oct. 26, 2016



CSX WILL REPAIR RAIL CROSSING ON RT. 660 (CLAIBORNE CROSSING ROAD) IN CAROLINE COUNTY
Claiborne Crossing Road will be closed to through traffic from October 31 to November 4 while repairs are underway

FREDERICKSBURG –  CSX will close Route 660 (Claiborne Crossing Road) in Caroline County to through traffic on Oct. 31-Nov. 4 while CSX crews perform maintenance work to upgrade the railroad crossing.

Claiborne Crossing Road will close at the railroad crossing in both directions beginning at 8 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 31, and will remain closed until 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4.

Signs will be posted to guide motorists along the recommended detour:

  • Route 606 (Stonewall Jackson Road)
  • Route 607 (Guinea Station Road)
  • Route 609 (Macedonia Road)

Message boards will be posted to alert motorists about the upcoming railroad work and detour.

Claiborne Crossing Road carries an average of 470 vehicles a day, according to a 2015 Virginia Department of Transportation traffic count.

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