Warren and Page Counties Issue Traffic Warning for the Upcoming Weeks
16 May 2018 News
Traffic warning issued for Warren and Page Counties
The Town of Front Royal has announced that citizens should be mindful of thermoplastic applications that will be taking place from Monday, May 21st, until June 1, 2018. The thermoplastic applications are being conducted by Mid Atlantic Pavement Markings, and will result in new crosswalks, arrows, and stop bars across the town. All will be installed one lane at a time with minimal traffic interruptions, and lane shifts will last for short periods of time. Motorists are asked to use caution while driving in these areas and to be aware of flaggers and crews working.
In coordination with Page and Warren Counties, the Virginia Department of Transportation is also announcing the start of a project that will help prevent roadway departure crashes on portions of Route 340. Improvements include shoulder widening, guardrail work and new rumble strips at various locations between the towns of Luray and Front Royal. The Route 340 project requires flagger traffic control from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday nights. In addition, work may occasionally take place weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., also with flagger traffic control. The Route 340 project is estimated to be complete in late July 2018.
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