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Southgate Drive and Route 460 lane closures; Huckleberry Trail detour

Post Date:05/25/2018 1:27 PM

There will be alternating left and/or right lane closures (weather pending) on new Southgate Drive from the Southgate Interchange to Duck Pond Drive, Monday to Monday, June 11  to Friday, June 22, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The lane closures will be set up between Duck Pond Roundabout and the Southgate Interchange. Please note no traffic disruptions will occur before noon on May 29. 

There will be 24-hour right lane closures on Route 460 East and West for extensions of ramps Monday, June 11 to Friday, June 15The right lane closures will be set up approximately 0.80 miles east to one mile west of the Southgate Interchange.  

There will be 24-hour left lane closures on Route 460 East and West for extensions of ramps Monday, June 18 to Friday, June 22. The left lane closures will be set up approximately 0.80 miles east to one mile west of the Southgate Interchange.  

There will be alternating right and left lane closures (weather permitting) on Route 460 East and West for paving. The lane closure will be in effect at night starting June 20. The lane closures will be set up approximately 0.80 mile East to mile West of the Southgate Interchange. 

Sections of the new Southgate Drive will be closed from the Southgate Interchange to Duck Pond Drive, Sunday, June 24 through Friday, June 29 from 8 p.m. - 6 a.m. for paving. 

Intermittent flagging operations will occur on Huckleberry Trail at the Research Center Drive/Smoot Drive intersection from now until the end of construction activities. Closure of the Huckleberry Trail is in place at the intersection of Research Center Drive and Innovation Drive and at the intersection of Research Center Drive and Smoot Drive. This closes a short loop and provides a safer work area. Pedestrian traffic will continue to use the Huckleberry Trail along Research Center Drive. Pedestrians and bicyclists should use caution in this area. 

For more information, call VDOT at 540-381-7201.