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Richmond District Traffic Alert: Bridge closures to impact Benjamin Harrison Bridge in Charles City, Prince George

Richmond District Traffic Alert: Bridge closures to impact Benjamin Harrison Bridge in Charles City, Prince George


 

VDOT Traffic Alert

CONTACT:  

Sara Owens 804-586-1446

Media inquiries 804-586-4455

vdotrva@vdot.virginia.gov

October 25, 2021

 

OVERNIGHT CLOSURES TO IMPACT BENJAMIN HARRISON BRIDGE IN CHARLES CITY, PRINCE GEORGE

Drivers should use posted detour nightly from 7 p.m.-5 a.m.

BHB Detour Sept 2019

CHARLES CITY/PRINCE GEORGE – The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has planned overnight closures of the Benjamin Harrison Bridge on Jordan Point Road (Route 156)/Roxbury Road (Route 106) in Charles City and Prince George counties for bridge washing. Weather permitting, the bridge will be closed nightly to vehicular traffic from 7 p.m. to approximately 5 a.m. Sunday, November 7-Thursday, November 11. Work is expected to be complete after 5 a.m. Friday, November 12.

The following detour will be in place during the overnight closure:

Northbound Route 156/106 - Take Jordan Point Road (Route 156) south to Route 10 west to I-295 north to Route 5 (Exit 22A) east back to Route 156/106.

Southbound Route 156/106 - Take Roxbury Road (Route 106) north to Route 5 west to I-295 south to Route 10 (Exit 15A) east back to Route 156/106.

Through travelers can use Interstates 295 and 64 or the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry as alternate routes to the Hampton Roads area.

The preventative maintenance work will clean the truss and inside truss panel points to get rid of debris accumulation. Continue to follow the VDOT Richmond District on Twitter and online for the latest updates on full, detoured closures.

For the latest real-time traffic information or road conditions, call 511 or visit http://www.511virginia.org.  

 

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