VRE Rehabilitation Project includes bridge repairs
Short term, intermittent lane closures on Charles, Princess Anne, Caroline, and Sophia Streets are scheduled to begin the week of January 16th in the immediate area around the Fredericksburg Virginia Railway Express (VRE)/Amtrak station. The contractor for VRE’s rehabilitation project will begin preliminary inspections of the bridges crossing over these roads. This will involve rotating closures of one travel lane at a time under a bridge for a duration of approximately seven days. This preliminary work is anticipated to be completed by the end of March 2023.
Following the conclusion of these inspections, bridge repair work is scheduled to begin in March 2023 and run through the first part of 2024. The same travel lanes that were closed for inspections will be closed again, one at a time, for approximately 60-day periods, to complete minor concrete repairs. Drivers and pedestrians in the area around the train station are asked to remain cautious and watch for signage and work areas throughout the year.
These lane closures and bridge repairs are one part of VRE’s Fredericksburg Station Rehabilitation Project, which is a $5 million investment that includes lengthening the station’s platform and other improvements to enhance passenger safety and convenience.
The public is invited to subscribe for city traffic alerts by text and email. To subscribe, please visit FredericksburgAlert.com, create an account and select the list for General Community > Traffic Alerts.
For information on the Fredericksburg Station Rehabilitation Project, please visit https://projects.vre.org/project?Project=Fredericksburg%20Station%20Rehabilitation.
For additional questions, please contact Virginia Railway Express at 800-743-3873 and by email at FredericksburgStationRehabilitation@vre.org.