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Anticipate eastbound lane closure first while water line is moved
BRISTOL – Starting Monday (March 16), The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will begin efforts to replace the westbound Route 460 “Coke Oven Bridge” located at the intersection of Dismal Road in Buchanan County.
Motorists should be alert to temporary lane closures next week while work zone signs are placed. During the first phase of work, traffic will be restricted to one lane eastbound during daylight hours to allow a waterline on the westbound bridge to be moved.
Once the waterline work is accomplished, the eastbound lane restriction will be lifted and one-lane traffic will be shifted to the westbound lanes.
The speed limit in the work zone will be reduced to 35mph. Use caution in this area and slow down for the safety of motorists and workers.
Bush & Burchett, Inc., Allen, Ky, is the contractor for the $3.7 million project. The estimated completion for the project is mid-August 2016.
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