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Va. Commuter Route Under Repair

After such a beautiful holiday weekend, it's difficult to recall those torrential rains from earlier in the month, but commuters who use Dale Boulevard in Prince William County still are dealing with the consequences.

The Virginia Department of Transportation says it expects that the four-lane boulevard, used by commuters getting to and from I-95, will be back in business by late this week.

During the weekend, crews continued to repair the flood-damaged roadway, which suffered a 20 foot deep by 25 foot wide breach just west of Mapledale Avenue.

Detours: Heading west, use Ridgefield Road to Prince William Parkway to Hoadly Road back to Dale Boulevard. Heading east, use Hoadly Road to Prince William Parkway to Ridgefield Road back to Dale.

By Robert Thomson  |  May 27, 2008; 6:04 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories  
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