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Jason Bond 540-387-5493
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SAL 111

Dec. 25, 2010



VDOT PROVIDES ROAD CONDITIONS UPDATE FOR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA

SALEM – With snow accumulations mostly in the western counties in Virginia Department of Transportation’s Salem District, equipment operators continue to plow secondary roads (those numbered 600 and above) in some areas.  For the latest road conditions, motorists can dial 511 or visit www.511Virginia.org.  As of 11 a.m., VDOT reports the following road conditions:

Interstate 77, I-81 and I-581 are clear.

Bedford County – All roads are clear with no conditions to report.

Botetourt County – Primary roads such as Route 220, Route 11 and Route 43 are clear.  Secondary roads are minor which means they are mostly clear with isolated slick spots.

Carroll County – Primary roads such as Route 221 and Route 100 are in minor condition which means they are clear with isolated slick spots.  Secondary roads are also in minor condition. .

Craig County – Primary roads such as Route 311 are clear.  Secondary roads are also in minor condition which means they are mostly clear with isolated slick spots.

Floyd County – All primary roads such as Route 221 and Route 8 are in minor condition, which means they are mostly clear with isolate slick spots.  Secondary roads are in moderate condition and snow covered.

Franklin County – All roads are clear with no road conditions to report.

Giles County – All primary roads such as Route 460 are in minor condition. Secondary roads are in moderate condition and snow covered.

Henry County – All roads are clear with no conditions to report.

Montgomery County – All primary roads such as Route 460, Route 114 and Route 8 are in minor condition which means they are mostly clear with isolated slick spots.  Secondary roads and neighborhood streets are in moderate condition which means there is still snow on these roads.

Patrick County – All roads are clear with no conditions to report.

Pulaski County –   Primary roads such as Route 11 and Route 100 are clear.  Secondary roads are in moderate condition which means they snow covered.  

Roanoke County – Primary roads such as Route 220, Route 221 and Route 419 are clear.  Some secondary roads are in minor condition, which means they mostly clear with isolated slick spots.



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