Under Construction: Bridge Maintenance Projects

Cost and schedule ►

Under Construction by State Forces  


None as of January 2020  


Under Construction by Contract Crews

Interstate 64, Albemarle County 

Business Route 15 (Remington Road) over the Rappahannock River, Culpeper/Fauquier counties

Coming Soon: Waterloo Bridge, Culpeper/Fauquier counties


Upcoming Projects

The following small bridge and structure rehabilitation projects are planned through Dec. 2020. Projects will be scheduled according to priority as weather and resources allow. Estimated construction months are subject to change. 

County Bridge Construction
Albemarle Route 810 (Blackwells Hollow Road) over Halls Creek July-August
Albemarle  Route 640 (Gilbert Station Road) over the railroad September-December
Fauquier Route 767 (Tenerife Road) over Walnut Branch July-August
Fluvanna Route 639 (Long Acre Road) over South Fork Cunningham Creek October-November
Greene Route 670 (Preddy Creek Road) over Preddy Creek March-August
Louisa Route 624 (Mount Pleasant Church Road) over Christopher Creek March-April 
Louisa Route 603 (Bowlers Mill Road) over South Anna River April-September
Rappahannock Route 612 (Old Hollow Road) over the North Fork Thornton River March-April 
Rappahannock Route 623 (Pullens Bluff Road) over Keyser Run May-June
Rappahannock Route 614 (Keyser Run Road) over Keyser Run  September-October


More Information

For more information about Virginia’s bridges and VDOT’s bridge inspection program, including current conditions of the state’s bridges, FAQs and video of a bridge inspection, visit www.virginiadot.org/info/Bridge.asp.

Benefits 

The small bridge program rehabilitates aging bridges that serve county residents. If not replaced, the existing bridges will continue to deteriorate and would eventually have to be closed to vehicular traffic. 

Resources

Contact Info:

Glenn McAninch
(540) 829-7638

Phase: Under construction

Lat/Long: 38.460203, -77.997764

Locality: Albemarle , Culpeper , Fauquier , Fluvanna , Greene , Louisa , Madison , Orange , and Rappahannock

Page last modified: Jan. 30, 2020