In Design: Route 635 (Greenwood Road), Orange County

Cost and schedule ►

This project will replace the existing 76-year-old Route 635 (Greenwood Road) bridge over the Norfolk Southern Railroad in Orange County.

The existing timber deck bridge, which was built in 1942 and is considered structurally deficient, has a posted 11-ton weight restriction.

VDOT proposes replacing the bridge on a new alignment just slightly to the east. The proposed bridge will be 16-feet wide on a 120-foot steel plate girder, eliminating the need for piers. Due to railroad clearance regulations, the northern approach will be raised seven feet and the southern approach will be raised four feet.

Construction is expected to begin in summer 2020 and take about one year. 

The Route 635 bridge carries approximately 290 vehicles per day. 

Benefits 

This project will rehabilitate an existing substandard bridge on a state-maintained roadway that serves residential areas, local businesses and industries.

If not rehabilitated, the existing bridge will continue to deteriorate and will eventually have to be closed to vehicles.

Major Milestones 

Public hearing: February 14, 2018
Public comment period ends: February 24, 2018
Right of way acquisition and utility relocation: November 2018
Construction begins: Summer 2020
Construction completion: Summer 2021

Resources

Contact Info:

Brian Arnold
540-829-7557

Lou Hatter
540-727-3201

Other relevant links:

Project overview video

Previous Meetings >>

Phase: In Design

UPC: 87954

State ID: 0635-068-564, P101, R201, B601

Federal ID: HPP-068-7(028)

Long/Lat: 38.236216, -78.141557

Locality: Orange

Page last modified: May 28, 2019