Work on fixing up the Old Centreville Road Bridge in Manassas will begin tomorrow.
According to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), “during construction, traffic crossing the bridge will be controlled via temporary signals.”
The bridge was built back in 1968 and “is in poor structural condition overall, with cracks and other signs of deterioration in its piers and concrete abutments,” according to VDOT.
The $4 million project is set for completion in the fall.
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