Sandy Myers 540-332-9201
Ken Slack 540-332-9264
Oct. 8, 2010
MOUNTAIN RUN BRIDGE ON ROUTE 722 TO CLOSE FOR BRIDGE WORK
STAUNTON – The Mountain Run Bridge on Route 722 (Armentrout Path) in Rockingham County will be closed for bridge work. This location is at the Route 868 (Airey Lane) intersection near the Brethren Woods Camp in the George Washington National Forest, north of Keezletown. The closure will begin on Oct. 18 and last until early December.
Southbound traffic from Route 722 at Route 868 should follow Route 722 north/west to Route 620 south (Mountain Valley Road). Follow Route 620 to Route 722. The reverse of this route can be taken by traffic located south of the bridge wishing to travel north.
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