The Virginia Department of Transportation was slated to start pavement marking today on Route 614, Hickory Fork Road between Routes 631 and 615. The work is scheduled to end today, a release said.
Also, pavement is being marked all week on Route 636, Brays Fork Road, between Route 17 and Route 636. This work is slated to end Friday, VDOT said.
Both projects require single lanes to be closed as the work progresses.
Long-term road projects continue in Gloucester, including pedestrian improvements at intersections of Main Street 17 Business with the Route 17 bypass, and at Route 17 and McFadden Way. Pedestrian crossing signal equipment will be installed this summer, VDOT said.
Also, bridge rehab work continues on Route 17 southbound at Dragon Run, on the Gloucester-Middlesex county line; and bridge replacement on Route 14 at Poropotank Creek, on the Gloucester-King and Queen line, is forcing a traffic detour through July.
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