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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) -  Expect added driving and parking issues in parts of downtown Richmond beginning Wednesday. Contractors will begin work to improve draining at the intersection of Belvidere and Cumberland streets.

According to the city, two lanes of Belvidere Street headed south will be closed to install a manhole. One lane of Belvidere and one lane of Cumberland will then be closed for approximately three weeks, according to Department of Public Utilities spokeswoman Mariane Jorgenson.

The city expects the work to be completed by May 1.