Districtwide Bridge Beam End Repair
|Caroline, Essex, Gloucester, King William, Richmond and Stafford counties|
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
Curtis Contracting, Inc.
Caroline, Essex, Gloucester, King William, Richmond, and Stafford
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) started a districtwide bridge repair project that will improve the condition of six bridges at multiple locations by 2020, removing their structurally deficient status.
Scheduling these repairs to bridge beam ends will extend the life of each structure and ensure they remain posted to carry vehicle traffic of all legal weights.
The $2.1 million project is being funded by with State of Good Repair funds, which are targeted at improving or replacing strucutrally deficient bridges across Virginia.
Structurally deficient does not mean a bridge is unsafe for travel, but it is an indicator that a bridge needs maintenance or repair work to improve its condition.
Crews began work in April 2018 and will continue work through February 2020.
Route 207 over Polecat Creek
Essex County/Richmond County: Downing Bridge
Route 360 over Rappahannock River
Route 641 over Sarah Creek
King William County
Route 360 over Moncuin Creek
Route 17 over Deep Run near the Fauquier County line
Drivers can expect temporary, single lane closures at each location. All bridges will remain open to traffic. Most work will occur during daytime hours on weekdays.
The first bridge to be repaired is Route 360 over Moncuin Creek in King William.
As work is completed at each site, VDOT will notify drivers of the next bridge work zone location. Travelers will be notified of lane closures in advance by message boards placed near the bridge approaches.
Crews will make every effort to limit disruptions and keep motorists informed of upcoming closures.