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Karen Meyers 757-334-0404
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April 4, 2014



LANE CLOSURES SCHEDULED FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE WEEKENDS ON I-264 WESTBOUND FOR PAVEMENT REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES
Two lanes to close from Witchduck Road to Lynnhaven Parkway Exits

HAMPTON ROADS – Due to weather delays over the past several weeks, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has scheduled lane closures for the weekends of April 5, and April 12, on Interstate 264 westbound from Witchduck Road (Exit 16) to Lynnhaven Parkway (Exit 19) to allow project crews to perform extensive concrete patching on this segment of the interstate. This section of I-264 is an area where permanent concrete repair is necessary prior to major pavement rehabilitation work.

The lane closures will affect the far right and center lanes and are scheduled as follows:  

Saturday, April 5, from 7 p.m. through 5 a.m., Monday, April 7

Saturday, April 12, from 7 p.m. through 5 a.m., Monday, April 14

Motorists are encouraged to visit www.511virginia.org , call 511, download Virginia’s free 511 mobile app, listen to Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) 1680 AM, or call the Traffic Information Line at 757-361-3016 for current traffic and travel information. Information is also available on Twitter @VaDOTHR.

About the I-264 and I-64 Pavement Rehabilitation Project. The Interstate 64 and Interstate 264 Pavement Rehabilitation projects recently funded and initiated by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will target some of the most troubled sections of concrete pavement on the Interstate highways in Hampton Roads. The project scope includes major restoration work that will increase pavement life by 15 years or more for over 163 lane-miles of distressed eastbound and westbound segments of I-64 and I-264 in Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

 



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