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Black Walnut Road section closes for day

SoVaNow.com / June 10, 2013
Route 704 (Black Walnut Road), from Route 658 (Cluster Springs Road) to Route 501 (Huell Matthews Hwy.) will be temporarily closed to through traffic Monday and Tuesday due to railroad crossing maintenance.

The Department of Transportation will provide adequate signs for the closure and detour of this portion of Route 704 (Black Walnut Road) along Route 658 (Cluster Springs Road) to Route 501 (Huell Matthews Hwy.), south on Route 501(Huell Matthews Hwy.) back to Route 704 (Black Walnut Road).

The Transportation Department has also announced that Route 716 (Wolf Trap Road) over Stewart Gibson Creek, from its intersection with Route 727 (N. Nichols Ferry Trail) to its intersection with Route 726 (Coleman Road) will be temporarily closed to through traffic beginning on Monday, July 8, due to structure replacement. The road closure will be in place approximately 12 weeks.

The department will provide adequate signs for the closure and detour of this portion of Route 716 (Wolf Trap Road) along Route 726 northeast (Coleman Road) to Route 344 northwest (MacDonald Road) to Route 344 northwest (Scottsburg Road) to Route 613 west (S. Terry Bridge Road) to Route 360 south (James D. Hagood Hwy.) and back to Route 716 (Wolf Trap Road).









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