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Traffic shift on Rt. 1 southbound in Woodbridge

The two through lanes of southbound Route 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) between the Occoquan River bridge and the Marumsco Creek bridge have been shifted onto new pavement as part of the Route 1 widening project, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. The shift began the afternoon of Thursday, Dec. 19.

The $165 million project includes adding a lane in each direction to Route 1 between Marys Way and Annapolis Way (about a mile), a new Route 1 bridge at Marumsco Creek, improvements to Occoquan Road, a shared-use path, sidewalk and other improvements. The project is being financed with federal, state and county funding and is expected to be complete in fall 2020. Read more.

Route 1 averages 38,000 vehicles a day in this area, VDOT said in a news release.
Follow VDOT Northern Virginia on Twitter: @vadotnova Between Occoquan River and Marumsco Creek

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