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Route 30 Pavement Reconstruction

Project at a Glance

Begin Date
June 2014

Est Completion Date
December 1, 2014

Recently Completed

$4.4 million

Lengths and Limits
Route 630 to 1.25 miles east of Route 610, and Route 702 to Route 1113 in King William County

Lee Hy Paving, Inc.

King William


John Arms, VDOT Construction Manager
(540) 899-4288
Kelly Hannon, VDOT Communications Manager
(540) 374-3344

Project Overview

This project will reconstruct 4.4 miles of Route 30 in King William County, over two separate segments. The project's goal is to improve the quality of the ride and pavement for motorists. 

The project will improve two sections of Route 30. The first segment is from Route 360 to 1.25 miles east of Route 610 (Enfield Road). The second segment is from Route 702 (Industrial Parkway) to Route 1113 (17th Street). 

In addition, the project will replace guardrail.

This project will recycle some existing pavement materials as a full-depth pavement reclamation. This process is less costly than new construction, and preserves natural resources for use at another location. 

This project implements findings from research by VDOT's Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research. 


Current Road Work

Updates on lane closures and traffic impacts will be listed below throughout the duration of the project. 

Single, daytime lane closures are planned for Route 30 the week of Monday, June 9-Friday, June 13 between Route 360 and Enfield Road. Motorists should follow directions from the flagging crew. 



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