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Rt. 665 in Albemarle Reopens to Traffic

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Virginia Department of Transportation
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RT. 665 IN ALBEMARLE REOPENS TO TRAFFIC
Millington Road bridge rehabilitation completed three days early

CULPEPER — Route 665 (Millington Road) in Albemarle County reopened to traffic this afternoon. The road was closed on June 3 for replacement deck and superstructure of the bridge over Wards Creek. The project was scheduled for completion on Friday, July 26.

The new concrete bridge will allow all legal loads to cross. The bridge it replaced was built in 1955. Approximately 560 vehicles use Route 665 daily, according to a 2009 count.

For more information about Virginia's bridges and VDOT's bridge inspection program, including current conditions of the state's bridges, FAQs and video of a bridge inspection, visit VDOT's web site, http://www.virginiadot.org/info/Bridge.asp.

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