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Motorists Should Expect Additional Delays As Longhill Road Widening Project Continues

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JAMES CITY-Beginning as early as Monday, September 27, weather permitting, crews from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will resume daytime flagging operations along Longhill Road between the Olde Towne Square shopping center and Wellspring United Methodist Church to allow for the installation of underground piping across the roadway.

Longhill Road traffic will be alternated in each direction under flagger control between 9am and 3pm along this section of the corridor, which is located between Olde Towne/Devon Roads and Williamsburg Plantation Drive.

Due to the increased construction activity, drivers should anticipate additional delays and utilize alternate routes. For more information on the Longhill Road Widening Project, click here.

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