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Exit 89-A to close

Virginia Department of Transportation was to begin work today on repairing a damaged bridge over Route 100 at the 89-A exit on Interstate 81.
According to VDOT Spokeswoman Heidi Coy, motorists on Route 100 in that area should watch for alternating lane closures on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. while crews are working on the bridge.
The exit ramp from southbound I-81 onto southbound Route 100 will remain closed until the repair project is completed around mid-July.
Motorists needing to access southbound I-81 from northbound Route 100 should use Honaker Road to access the interstate at exit 86.
Motorists traveling southbound on the interstate can access southbound Route 100 should use Kirby Road to get to Exit 92.
The bridge was damaged Feb. 26 when a piece of heavy equipment on the back of a flatbed truck hit the underside of the bridge as the truck attempted to pass under it.
Repairs were delayed due to the need to have new beams fabricated, according to VDOT Resident Engineer David Clarke. He said the existing beams were damaged beyond repair.

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Exit 89-A to close

Virginia Department of Transportation was to begin work today on repairing a damaged bridge over Route 100 at the 89-A exit on Interstate 81.
According to VDOT Spokeswoman Heidi Coy, motorists on Route 100 in that area should watch for alternating lane closures on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. while crews are working on the bridge.
The exit ramp from southbound I-81 onto southbound Route 100 will remain closed until the repair project is completed around mid-July.
Motorists needing to access southbound I-81 from northbound Route 100 should use Honaker Road to access the interstate at exit 86.
Motorists traveling southbound on the interstate can access southbound Route 100 should use Kirby Road to get to Exit 92.
The bridge was damaged Feb. 26 when a piece of heavy equipment on the back of a flatbed truck hit the underside of the bridge as the truck attempted to pass under it.
Repairs were delayed due to the need to have new beams fabricated, according to VDOT Resident Engineer David Clarke. He said the existing beams were damaged beyond repair.

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