Utility Work to Cause Delays on I-81 in Augusta County
Northbound and southbound Interstate 81 drivers can expect delays Sunday morning, February 10, during a “slow-roll” closure for utility work in Augusta County near exit 213 (Greenville).
02/08/2019 Press Release from the Virginia Department of Transportation:
STAUNTON – Northbound and southbound Interstate 81 drivers can expect delays Sunday morning, February 10, during a “slow-roll” closure for utility work in Augusta County near exit 213 (Greenville). All I-81 traffic will be delayed for a brief time between 5:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. between mile marker 210 and 216. The on-ramps from Route 11 (Lee-Jackson Highway) to northbound and southbound I-81 at exit 213 will also be closed during this time.
Slow rolls generally last 20 to 30 minutes, and are intended to create a gap in traffic that allows crews to perform the needed utility work. Virginia State Police will assist with traffic control.
All work is weather permitting.
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