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Joan Morris 703-259-1799
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NR12-62

Aug. 21, 2012



WORK BEGINS ON BEULAH ROAD BRIDGE
Road reduced to one lane through December

Location map and bridge photo

Project location (left) and Beulah Road Bridge over Wolftrap Run (right).

FAIRFAX―On Wednesday, Aug. 29, the Virginia Department of Transportation begins work to rehabilitate the structurally deficient Beulah Road bridge over Wolftrap Run in Fairfax County. Crews will fill voids under bridge footings, repair existing abutments and footings, repair bearings, and mill and overlay the bridge deck and approaches.

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 5, Beulah Road will be reduced to a single lane, controlled by a temporary signal at the intersection of Browns Mill Road in Fairfax County. This traffic pattern will remain in place through the project’s completion in December 2012. During peak hours, drivers should consider using alternate routes.

Message signs are in place to notify drivers of the upcoming work. D.W. Miller Construction, Inc. is the contractor for this $911,000 project.

See VDOT's project page for more information.



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