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Be alert to the new traffic pattern on State Route 208 between Robert E. Lee Drive and Post Oak Road. Construction continues on the final segment of the Spotsylvania Courthouse Bypass from Post Oak Road to just east of the Ta River near Lake Anna. Estimated completion date is February 2013.
State Route 208 bridge over Lake Anna
Construction continues in the eastbound lane on the State Route 208 bridge over Lake Anna. A temporary signal maintains one-lane traffic on the structure. Estimated completion is December.
State Route 738 (Partlow Road) at Ta River
A bridge deck rehabilitation project is under way. A temporary traffic signal maintains one lane of traffic across the structure. The project is expected to be completed in October.
Mine Road/Lansdowne Road (Spotsylvania County Project)
Construction continues in the vicinity of the Mine Road/Lansdowne Road intersection. Expect delays and traffic-pattern changes during daylight hours.
State Route 3 widening project (Spotsylvania County Project)
This widening project of State Route 3 is located between Chewning Lane and Gordon Road.
Smith Station Road and Piedmont Drive (Spotsylvania County Project)
Work is under way at the intersection of Smith Station Road and Piedmont Drive. The Spotsylvania County roadway improvement project includes widening the road and the installation of a new traffic signal. Motorists in the vicinity of this work zone should follow the designated detour signs.
State Route 207 bridge replacement project
Work is under way to replace the westbound Route 207 bridge over the CSX railroad tracks. Eastbound and westbound traffic have been shifted to the eastbound State Route 207 bridge. Motorists should be alert to this new traffic pattern. The speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph in the work zone. Estimated completion date for the project is May 2013.
KING GEORGE COUNTY
U.S. 301 bridge over the Rappahannock River
Work is under way on the U.S. 301 bridge over the Rappahannock River. The bridge connects King George County and Caroline County at Port Royal. All traffic has been shifted to the southbound lanes on the bridge, with one lane open to traffic in each direction. Motorists should be alert to construction and changes in traffic patterns. The project is expected to be completed in July 2013.
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