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Overhead sign work in Norfolk and Virginia Beach to cause traffic delays starting Dec. 6 – Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-12-03 20:23:33 –

Norfolk, Virginia (WAVY) — Starting December 6, Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will implement a two-lane closure on Norfolk’s westbound Norsampton Boulevard, removing and replacing the two overhead signs.

Crew members will perform overhead signing work near Interstate 64 ramps, impacting traffic at Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

Work will be done overnight from 9 pm to 5 am and will take 2 nights if weather and schedule allow. The ramp to I-64 at this location will remain open.

As early as December 8, the crew will close Route 58 West or Laskin Road on Virginia Beach on the I-264 East Ramp for the exchange of two overhead signs. This work will be done overnight from 11 pm to 4 am and will take 2 nights if weather and schedule allow.

Use Phillip Avenue and Virginia Beach Boulevard to access I-264 east or a detour will be set up to instruct the driver to head west on Laskin Road.

For more information, drivers are advised to visit www.511virginia.org Or call 511.

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