VDOT News Release for Lee, Scott and Wise Counties

According to the latest info from the Department of Transportation’s website:
In Lee County, the (St. Charles Road) water line project. Motorists can expect delays during daylight hours on Route 352 (Saint Charles Road) because of water line installation work. The project starts at the intersection of Route 421 and extends North for roughly 6,500 feet. Completion date is sometime early this Fall.
In Scott County on Route 224, ongoing work continues in an effort to straighten a portion of Route 224 in Scott County. Motorists are cautioned to be alert to periodic delays and flagging operations. As always, watch out for highway workers. Completion date for this project is July of this year.
Route 627 bridge replacement project continues. Because of construction of a new Route 627 bridge over Copper Creek in Scott County that is being constructed upstream from the existing bridge, motorists are asked to use caution in this area. Watch out for flaggers and highway workers. Completion date is July of this year.
Utility Projects are ongoing in various locations and motorists should anticipate lane closures during daylight hours at the following locations:
Power Line Installation along Route 72 between Route 660 (Golf Course Road) and Route 627 (Reed Hollow Road) with completion expected this Winter.
Power Line Installation along U.S. Route 23 between Route 58 in Duffield and Route 871 (Natural Tunnel Parkway) with completion expected by this Winter.
Route 23 bridge replacement in Weber City; Due to the replacement of Route 23 bridges over North Fork Holston River in the Weber City area of Scott County, motorists can expect one lane traffic and a 12 foot width restriction in each direction. Reminder that speed limit in the work zone is 35 mph. Completion for this project is this Summer.
In Wise County beginning this month will be sewer line installation. Motorists can expect delays on Route 706 in the Tacoma area of Wise County due to a sewer line installation project that is expected to conclude this Fall.
 

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