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Overnight Bridge Repair On I-64 At Route 29 Interchange

Overnight Bridge Repair On I-64 At Route 29 Interchange

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Bridge repair this week at Interstate-64 and 29 South. There will be lane closings from 9 at night to 4:30 in the morning through Thursday at exit 118. Crews will repair the deck of the I-64 bridge on the eastbound side. They’ll close the 29 southbound on-ramp to I-64 eastbound, and the 64 eastbound off-ramp to 29 northbound. Drivers going south on 29 will have to continue past the I-64 eastbound on-ramp to the next crossover and make a U-turn. Drivers heading east on 64 and wanting to go north on 29 must go to the next exit and double back. The work will happen through Thursday from 9 at night to 4:30 in the morning.

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