Sandy Myers 540-332-9201
Ken Slack 540-332-9264
Sept. 19, 2014
I-81/I 64 SLOW-ROLL CLOSURES FOR SEPEMBER 21 IN ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY
Fiber Optic Cable Installation
STAUNTON – On Sunday morning, September 21, motorists should be alert for slow-roll lane closures on portions of Interstate 81 and Interstate 64 in the Lexington and Timber Ridge area of Rockbridge County. Crews will be installing fiber optic cable across I-81 at mile marker 194.8, which is near I-81, exit 195 in the Timber Ridge area.
There will be one slow-roll operation occurring between 7 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. This time may be adjusted depending on weather.
Slow Roll – happening simultaneously
- I-81 northbound at mile marker 190.8
- I-64 eastbound at mile marker 56.0 – ramp to I-81 northbound
- I-81 southbound at mile marker 198.8
- Flagging operations at I-81 exit 195 southbound on-ramp from Route 11
Virginia State Police will be leading traffic in the slow rolls.
All work is weather permitting.
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