Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews in the Fredericksburg District remain mobilized in emergency operations Wednesday to address flooding and debris along state-maintained roads following Tuesday’s heavy rain and high winds.
There are no storm impacts along Interstate 95 in the Fredericksburg area, and all primary roads are open districtwide. Around 100 secondary roads across the Fredericksburg area, Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula are either posted with a high water advisory, which means they are open and passable with caution, or are closed for flooding, damage, or another hazard, such as downed trees or utility lines.
On roads that are completely flooded, the water must first recede before VDOT can fully assess the pavement, bridges or structures for potential damage, and determine if the road is safe to reopen. Crews are actively monitoring these areas and will make assessments as quickly as possible to determine if roads can be reopened.
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