VDOT News - Northern Virginia

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connectroute7@vdot.virginia.gov

NOVA-158396

April 2, 2020



Route 7 Eastbound Lane Shift in Vienna Begins April 9
Through the Colvin Run and Difficult Run area


VIENNA - Beginning on or about Thursday, April 9 and continuing through late 2021, drivers on eastbound Route 7 between Carpers Farm Way and Serenity Woods Lane will experience a lane shift toward the median of Route 7. The temporary lane shift will allow crews to minimize lane closures while working in the Colvin Run area to construct improvements along Route 7.

Please note crews are only working within the VDOT right of way and where rights have been acquired from property owners (read more).

As a reminder, the Route 7 speed limit has been reduced to 45 miles per hour in active work zones between Reston Avenue and Jarrett Valley Drive, and Virginia law prohibits the use of handheld cell phones while driving through an active work zone.

Please use caution and be alert to work zone signs, potential flagger or police direction, and watch for traffic shifts. Slow-moving vehicles and equipment may be entering or exiting the road.

You can get Route 7 Corridor Improvements Project updates weekly by visiting the project website

Sign Up for Route 7 Traffic Alerts on Virginia 511

Get alerts about work zones, accidents and other incidents via web, phone, text message or email. Visit 511virginia.org to create and configure your account.

Expected lane closures and other traffic pattern changes associated with the Route 7 Corridor Improvements Project are also posted each week at connectroute7.org

For the latest info on travel conditions and work zones, call 511 from any phone in Virginia, visit 511virginia.org or download the free app for Apple and Android.

Follow VDOT Northern Virginia on Twitter: @vadotnova.

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