The Virginia Department of Transportation released today a list of upcoming and continuing projects that could affect travel in the Rockingham County area next week.
On Interstate 81, from mile marker 237 to 264, crews will be removing debris, mile marker post repairs and repairing potholes.
In the Bridgewater area, motorists on Oakwood Drive could see flaggers directing traffic for construction work on temporary bridge being built over Cooks Creek. The estimated completion date for the project is Oct. 31.
In Harrisonburg, motorists might see construction crews on Stone Spring Road and Peach Grove Avenue as part of new road construction to extend the Southeast Connector in the county. There might be possible lane closures controlled by flaggers from Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The estimated completion date for the project is November 2014.
While the previous items have been ongoing, VDOT has issued a new alert for the coming week.
Officials say motorists could see delays on Airport Road. There will be single lane closures, alternating between eastbound and westbound lanes, for soil testing work. Flaggers and traffic control signs will be in the area. The work zone is at the curve near Wise Hollow Road. Crews will work on the project on Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.