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Delaney Road Bridge Repairs

Substructure replacement over Neabsco Creek in Prince William County

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Project at a Glance

Begin Date
Spring 2012

Est Completion Date
August 2012

Prince William

Northern Virginia

Mehrdad Naderi

About the Project

This project replaced the entire existing timber deck and steel beam substructure of the Delaney Road (Route 2025) bridge over Neabsco Creek in Prince William County.

The existing single-span bridge was about 25 feet long, with one lane in each direction. It was rated as structurally deficient and posted with a limit of 22 tons (single-axle truck) and 33 tons (semi truck) due to deterioration of the existing timber deck and thirteen steel support beams. To avoid closing the bridge, emergency temporary repairs to add support brackets and strengthen the steel beams were completed in 2009.

The new bridge surface is slightly wider, within the available room of the existing abutments. The entire superstructure were replaced with solid pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete slabs.

Construction began in spring 2012 and was complete in June 2012. All work was performed within existing right-of-way. 

Traffic Impacts

Construction required closure of the bridge for approximately six weeks. Signs were installed along the four-mile detour route, directing drivers around the bridge via Dale Boulevard and Minnieville Road. See a map of the detour route.


Project Plans
Environmental Document (Programmatic Categorical Exclusion)

UPC: 97514   State Project#: 2025-076-039

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