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Route 600 Bridge Replacment Project

Herring Creek, King William County

Project at a Glance

Begin Date
February 21, 2012

Est Completion Date
December 16, 2013


Lengths and Limits
Replacement of the bridge of Herring Creek

Abernathy Construction

King William


Jeremy Cobb, Acting Construction Manager
Kelly Hannon


This project will replace the existing structural deficient structure located on Route 600 over Herring Creek in King William County.  

The new bridge, which will be built next to the existing structure, will feature two 11-foot travel lanes and a 9-foot shoulder on each side.  The new bridge approaches will include guardrail that will enhance motorists' safety.   

The majority of the work will not impact traffic, however, motorists may periodically experience brief delays in the work zone.

UPDATE: October 31, 2013

The new bridge will open to traffic at noon on Thursday, October 31. 

Motorists will continue to use the new structure for the duration of the project. 

Update: Feb. 27, 2013 - Work Underway at New Bridge Site

Crews have begun to mobilize construction equipment and are placing work zone signs on Route 600 in the vicinity of the Herring Creek Bridge.

Motorists should expect brief delays in the work zone Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. through Friday, March 15.

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