Blue Ridge Parkway Begins Pavement Preservation Work in Virginia

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  • May 1, 2020
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Parkway Visitors Can Expect One-Lane Closures in Affected Areas

(VA) – The National Park Service announced today that over 80 miles of the historic motor route in three primary areas will be resurfaced as part of a pavement preservation program on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Prep work has begun in all areas and resurfacing is expected to start in mid-May and continue through November of 2020, with no work scheduled during October. Work locations, within scheduled project areas, will change weekly, and visitors in active work zone areas should expect single lane closures and delays. The National Park Service appreciates the public’s patience and cooperation during this project.

Work will take place on the following sections of Parkway, and includes the paved road-side pullouts:

Milepost 0 to 27, Northern Terminus to Whetstone Ridge (27 miles)
Milepost 37 to 65, Irish Gap to James River Area (28 miles)
Milepost 175 to 200, Mabry

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