Jennifer Gwaltney 757-925-2583


Jan. 23, 2016

VDOT Crews Working Overnight to Monitor and Treat Roads
Motorists are advised to avoid unnecessary travel

SUFFOLK — Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will continue working overnight to patrol the roadways and respond to road conditions as necessary. Earlier today, the interstates, primary roads and some secondary routes were pre-treated, in addition to the bridges, ramps and overpasses. The pre-treatment, combined with tonight’s above-freezing temperatures throughout most of Hampton Roads, has helped keep the interstates and primary roads in good condition. However, motorists are advised to travel only if necessary and to use extreme caution when driving.

For more winter travel information, visit Motorists can also call VDOT’s 24-hour Customer Service Center at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623) to report road hazards or ask road-related questions.

VDOT’s free traffic information tools are also available to provide real-time traffic conditions:

511 smartphone app 

511Virginia website or dial 511 for traffic information on your phone

• Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) 1680AM

• Traffic Line at 757-361-3016




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Page last modified: Jan. 23, 2016