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Posted on: 2:00 am, September 25, 2012, by Amanda Meadows, updated on: 05:12am, September 25, 2012
RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) – I’ll update this page with traffic updates throughout the day. For more information on delays and detours you can visit the WTVR.com traffic page, follow me on Twitter or LIKE my Facebook page.
Construction on 295 North has the left and center lane closed near mile marker 20/ Route 10. Avoid if possible.
Crash at Broad and Pouncey Tract. Use Three Chopt to get around it.
Crews will closed 2 lanes in the 2000 block of Mechanicsville Tpke the next 3-5 days between 9am and 3:30pm.
Crash working at the Boulevard has the entrance and off ramp off 95 closed. Avoid the area.
On I-64 at mile marker 191 in the City of Richmond, motorists can expect major delays due to a vehicle fire. The west right shoulder and exit ramp are closed. Traffic backups are approximately 1.5 miles.
I’ll be back with LIVE traffic updates on this page starting at 5pm today. See ya then!
Closures will continue along the Huguenot Bridge today due to construction. Lane closures 10- 3pm. http://t.co/NXCXlSkv
Crash at the Boulevard on 95 North. Right shoulder and right lane partially blocked. Heavy in both directions.
Traffic lights working incorrectly along Laburnum at Chamberlayne. Treat as a 4 way stop.
Crash working South of 288 along Patterson at Lauderdale. Use River instead if you can.
Police are reporting all lanes open along 95 South at Chamberlayne. An earlier crash still causing residual delays near mile marker 76. Avoid if possible.
Right lane and shoulder closed- over a mile backup due to a crash. 95 South at Chamberlayne. Mile marker 76. Avoid the area if possible.
Crash clearing on 95 South at Maury- the VDOT camera shows the right lane is closed. Stay to the left near **mile marker 69.***
Crash working along 95 South has almost all lanes closed. The left shoulder, left lane and center lane are closed past Maury at mile marker 79. Route 1 would be a better alternate.
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