Lane closures may occur as North Carolina begins work to straighten a deadly curve south of Galax. A detour route is in place if needed.
By Staff Reports
Monday, January 21, 2013 at 7:56 pm
The North Carolina Route 89 curve improvement project near North Carolina 18 between Low Gap and the Virginia state line is underway.
The road will be reduced to one lane for most of the project, so motorists should be prepared for some delays depending on the traffic volume.
Traffic will be maintained with the use of flaggers and a pilot vehicle that will lead motorists through the work zone between the flagging stations, the North Carolina Department of Transportation said. Temporary traffic signals may be used at a later date if needed.
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