VDOT repairing multiple roads due to flood damage

VDOT repairing multiple roads due to flood damage
Kings Dominion Boulevard (Route 30) suffered major damage earlier this month.

(WWBT) - Several roads remain closed in Central Virginia after flooding caused extensive damage.

VDOT is working to repair several roads that have become damaged or washed out, most of which are in Hanover County.

Signs and barricades around the damaged areas should not be moved, and their directions should be taken seriously. Do not drive around any road blocks.

For a full list of road closures, visit the VDOT website.

Here is a list of roads in the greater Richmond area where VDOT is currently performing maintenance work:

Brunswick County

  • Robinson Ferry Road (Route 644) – closed due to flooding/debris; use posted detour. Crews are assessing damage and will schedule repairs.

Hanover County

  • McClellan Road (Route 628) near Fox Hunter Lane and Old Church Road – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-June.
  • Kings Dominion Boulevard (Route 30) west near Doswell Road – remains closed due to washout; all eastbound and westbound traffic is moving in the eastbound lanes. An emergency contract is in place. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-August.
  • W. Patrick Henry Road (Route 54) near Independence Road – remains closed due to washout; use posted detour. Damage assessment continues.
  • Greenwood Road (Route 625) near Winns Church Road – Repairs are nearly complete. Road will be closed for additional repairs.
  • Meadowbridge Road (Route 627) near the Henrico County line – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs were affected by the weekend’s heavy rainfall, and are now expected to be complete in mid-June.
  • Cross Corner Road (Route 641) between Route 1 and Blunts Bridge Road (Route 667) – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete in early June.
  • Horseshoe Bridge Road (Route 686) near Stagg Creek – closed for bridge repair. Repairs are expected to be complete in early June.

Lunenburg County

  • Switchback Road (Route 605) between S. Hill Road and Jonesboro Road – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-July.
  • Saffold Road (Route 635) near the Mecklenburg County line –closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-July.

Mecklenburg County

  • Chalk Level Road (Route 655) near Route 47 – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-July.

New Kent County

  • Old Telegraph Road (Route 647) near Pocahontas Trail – closed due to washout; use posted detour. Repairs are expected to be complete by mid-June.

Prince George County

  • Alden Road (Route 624) near the Sussex County line – closed due to washout

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