Portion of Route 623 closed for bridge replacement
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is closing a portion of Route 623 (Fromans Road) in Frederick County for a bridge replacement project at Cedar Creek. The closure will begin on today, April 27, with completion in spring of 2021. The bridge is located southwest of the intersection with Route 622 (Cedar Creek Grade), southwest of Stephens City. The project replaces a 1932 bridge that has reached the end of its service life.
Motorists can use the following detour:
- Northbound in Shenandoah County: Turn right onto Route 606 (Gap Road), then left on to Route 628 (Middle Road), then left on to Route 622 (Cedar Creek Grade) to its intersection with Route 623 (Fromans Road).
- Southbound in Frederick County: Bear left on Route 622 (Cedar Creek Grade), then right onto Route 628 (Middle Road), then right onto Route 606 (Gap Road) to its intersection with Route 623 (Coal Mine Road).
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