VDOT: Traffic Delays on Rt. 624 in Augusta County Beginning March 20
03/19/2019 Release from the Virginia Department of Transportation:
STAUNTON – Drivers can expect alternating lane closures with flagger traffic control on part of Route 624 (Mount Torrey Road) in Augusta County beginning Wednesday, March 20. The traffic restrictions are for soil and rock testing in the area of the Cpl. Darl K. McDorman Bridge over Back Creek. The work zone is between the Lyndhurst Industrial Park and the Interstate 64 exit 96 interchange.
Flagger-controlled traffic is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays from March 20 through April 5, 2019. All work is weather permitting.
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