VDOT News - Northern Virginia
Michelle Holland 703-586-0487
Nov. 14, 2019
Ramp From Route 29 North To I-66 East In Centreville To Close For Approximately Four Months Starting On Or About November 19
UPDATE: This closure has been rescheduled until early 2020
FAIRFAX – The left-turn lane and ramp from northbound Route 29 to I-66 East in Centreville will close for approximately four months beginning on or about Nov. 19. Drivers on Route 29 North will be directed to stay to the left and continue to the intersection at Trinity Parkway/Machen Road. At the traffic signal, drivers will use the left-most turn lane only to make a U-turn onto Route 29 South, then stay to the right and follow signs to I-66 East.
As an alternate route, drivers can also continue north on Route 29 to Route 28 North, stay to the right and follow signs to I-66 East.
The closure is needed for demolition and construction of new I-66 bridges over Route 29 as part of the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway Project. The bridges are being lengthened, widened, and raised to accommodate future transportation improvements at the interchange.
Drivers should expect additional construction-related detours and traffic changes as work progresses at the Route 29/I-66 Interchange.
On or about Nov. 19, the ramp from Route 29 North in Centreville to I-66 East will close for approximately four months. Traffic will be detoured farther north to the Trinity Parkway/Machen Road intersection, use the left-most turn lane to make a U-turn to travel south on Route 29, then stay to the right and follow signs for I-66 East.
Learn more about the I-66 Outside the Beltway Project and sign up for project updates and lane closure alerts at Transform66.org.
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