VDOT to start late-night paving on Jamestown Road Sunday

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Re-paving and widening of the south shoulder of Franklin Farm Road near Tranquility Lane in the Franklin Farm section of Oak Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia. (File photo)
VDOT is set to begin a milling and paving project between Humelsine Parkway and Jamestown-Scotland Ferry dock. (File photo)

Motorists driving after dark in James City County should expect delays as the Virginia Department of Transportation begins night work along Jamestown Road starting Sunday.

VDOT is set to begin a milling and paving project between Humelsine Parkway and Jamestown-Scotland Ferry dock.

Crews will be working between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. for two to three weeks depending on weather conditions, according to a VDOT news release. 

The work will reduce travel on the road to a single lane with alternating traffic.

Roadwork will begin at the Jamestown dock and continue toward Route 199 until finished, with daytime signal work between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the intersection of Sandy Bay Road and Jamestown Road.

Route scheduled for paving. (Courtesy VDOT)
Route scheduled for paving. (Courtesy VDOT)