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Under Construction

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


Glenn McAninch
(540) 829-7638

Under Construction by Contract Crews

Route 211/522 (Lee Highway), Rappahannock County

Under a $1,641,123 construction contract, Virginia Department of Transportation contractor Fairfield-Echols, LLC of Fishersville is replacing the westbound bridge over the North Fork Thornton River. Work will be completed in July 2019.

The westbound bridge is closed to traffic. Traffic is restricted to one lane, sharing the eastbound bridge through project completion. 

[COMING SOON] Route 629 (Deep Creek Road), Fluvanna County

Under a $1,068,967 construction contract, Virginia Department of Transportation contractor Crossroads Bridge, Inc. of Rural Retreat will soon begin construction to replace the 48-year-old Route 629 (Deep Creek Road) bridge over Middle Fork Kent Branch. Construction is anticipated to begin in mid-February and will be complete by Oct. 4, 2019. 

2019 Bridge Rehabilitation Projects

The following small bridge and structure rehabilitation projects are planned through March 2019. Projects will be scheduled according to priority as weather and resources allow. Estimated construction months are subject to change. 

County Bridge Construction
Albemarle  Route 640 (Gilbert Station Road) over the Norfolk Southern Railroad March-June
Fauquier Route 643 (Eustace Road) over Licking Run March-August
Louisa Route 695 (Hamilton Road) over Hudson Creek April-May

More Information

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