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Ramp Linked To Interstate 64 Will Have Brief Shutdown

Ramp Linked To Interstate 64 Will Have Brief Shutdown

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A ramp that’s part of Interstate 64 will shut down late Monday night. Construction workers will replace a sign for the westbound ramp of I-64 at Zion Crossroads. The ramp at exit 136 will be reduced to a single lane of traffic from 7 to 10 p.m., and then be shut down completely for an hour beginning at 10 p.m.┬áVDOT says drivers who want to access Route 15 from westbound I-64 westbound will need to go to exit 129 in the Keswick area, and then use the eastbound lanes of the interstate to reach exit 136.

 

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