Route 680 Bridge Over Stallings Creek/Route 621 Over Passenger Swamp Bridge Replacements
Project at a Glance
May 16, 2016
Est Completion Date
Abernathy Construction, Inc.
Isle of Wight
Hampton Roads Communications
Route 680 over Stallings Creek and Route 621 over Passenger Swamp are joint projects. Route 680 and Route 621 are rural minor collector roads in Isle of Wight County serving residents along the routes as well as the cities of Smithfield, Wakefield, Ivor and Rushmere.
The purpose of these projects are to replace the existing bridges and rebuild the approach roadways as necessary.
Route 680 Project Update
Route 680 over Stallings Creek bridge closed for construction on May 16, 2016, with signed detours in place. View release here.
Utility relocation was completed in March 2016. The new Route 680 Bridge will be 50-feet long and 26-feet wide.
The Route 680 over Stallings Creek bridge project was completed on Monday, November 21, 2016. View the release here.
Route 621 Project Update
The proposed project is to replace the existing Route 621 bridge over Passenger Swamp. Route 621 over Passenger Swamp Creek will close during construction beginning June 28, 2016, with signed detours in place. View the release here.
The new Route 621 Bridge will be 77-feet long and 24-feet wide and rebuild the approach roadway sections.
Utility relocation was completed in March 2016.
The Route 210 over Passengew Swamp bridge project was completed on Thursday, December 22, 2016. View the release here.