Reams Road at Rosegill Road, Chesterfield County
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
$3.7 million (preliminary engineering, right of way and construction)
J. R. Caskey
Scott Fisher project manager
The proposed improvements at the intersection of Reams Road (Route 647) and Rosegill Road (Route 2588) include the addition of left turn lanes, sidewalks and an improved vertical alignment.
This project also will include improvements to the west bound right turn lane on Reams Road at the intersection of Arch Road (Route 672).
A design public hearing was held in June 2011.
The purpose of this project is to improve the intersection of Reams Road (Route 647) and Rosegill Road (Route 2588). Upgrades will include widened travel lanes, left turn lanes, improved vertical alignment and new sidewalks.
Beginning Monday, Oct. 27, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews will close Rosegill Road between Reams Road (Route 647) and Radborne Road for a water main installation. The road is expected to reopen in mid November. The work is part of a larger safety project to enhance the intersection of Rosegill and Reams Roads, which includes improved vertical alignment, installing sidewalks and adding left turn lanes.
Drivers should continue to follow the posted detour routes:
- Northbound Rosegill Road – Take Reams Road (Route 647) to Arch Road (Route 672) to Archway Road back to Rosegill Road north.
- Southbound Rosegill Road – Take Archway Road to Arch Road (Route 672) to Reams Road (Route 647) back to Rosegill Road south.
There will be lane closures and flaggers directing traffic. A minimum 11 foot travel lane will be maintained at all times during construction. The contractor will perform this work during the day to reduce neighborhood disturbances.