The rehabilitation work on the 50-year old Old Centreville Road bridge is now complete.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) started work on the bridge in January, reducing traffic from two lanes to one.
“Traffic was controlled via temporary traffic signals, which allowed the project to be completed more quickly. The bridge reopened to two lanes in late August,” stated a release.
The bridge, built back in 1968, averages around 13,000 vehicles per day.
The project cost $4 million, according to VDOT.
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