Sandy Myers 540-332-9201
Ken Slack 540-332-9264
June 15, 2017
I-64 WESTBOUND LANE CLOSURE IN ALLEGHANY COUNTY
STAUNTON – The right lane of westbound Interstate 64 is closed in the area of exit 21 (Low Moor/Route 696) in Alleghany County. This is a 24/7 closure from mile marker 22 to 21 that was put in place Tuesday, June 13, and is scheduled to remain through mid-September.
In addition, the westbound I-64 deceleration ramp will have alternating shoulder closures through mid-August. These traffic restrictions allow contractors to work on ramp widening as part of interchange improvements at exit 21.
This project will improve traffic flow on Route 696 (Selma-Low Moor Road) and Route 1101 (Winterberry Avenue) and alleviate traffic backups on the I-64 ramps and mainline at this location. Motorists should be alert for lane and shoulder closures over the course of the project, which extends into mid-summer 2018. VDOT will continue to provide project updates as lane and shoulder closure locations change.
All work is weather permitting.
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