VDOT News - Fredericksburg

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June 27, 2019



ROUTE 632 (MT. OLIVE-COHOKE ROAD) IN KING WILLIAM REOPENS TO TRAFFIC
Crews finished repair to culvert over Acquinton Creek more than a month early

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – Route 632 (Mt. Olive-Cohoke Road) in King William County has reopened to traffic at Acquinton Creek.

Crews completed repairs today to a drainage culvert damaged during Tropical Storm Michael. Work was scheduled to be completed in late July, but the road is reopening to traffic more than a month ahead of schedule. Mt. Olive-Cohoke Road closed to through traffic at Acquinton Creek in May 2019.

An average of 560 vehicles a day travels on this segment of Mt. Olive-Cohoke Road, according to a VDOT traffic count. 

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