COMPLETE COVERAGE: Hannah Graham suspect Jesse Matthew to be indicted for Fairfax rape

LIVE UPDATES: Holiday traffic on Virginia roadways

Traffic on I-85 in Brunswick County (PHOTO: Wayne Covil)

Traffic on I-85 in Brunswick County (PHOTO: Wayne Covil)

The Fourth of July three-day holiday weekend got off to an early, and rocky, start Thursday afternoon.

The holiday itself is considered one of the deadliest days on the road, and a tropical storm churning in the Atlantic could make it worse for the over one million holiday travelers in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

AAA estimates a record 1.16 million in the state will travel — the majority by vehicle — for the long weekend.

Keep an eye on this post for updates throughout the weekend. Just scroll down for current info.

 

Nick Dutton July 4, 201412:59 pm

Nick Dutton July 4, 201412:19 pm

Nick Dutton July 4, 201412:19 pm

Nick Dutton July 4, 201412:07 pm

Nick Dutton July 4, 201412:07 pm

Nick Dutton July 4, 201411:22 am

Good conditions on Central Virginia interstates and highways. Stay safe, friends! http://wtvr.com/traffic/

Nick Dutton July 4, 201411:19 am

Nick Dutton July 4, 201411:18 am

Nick Dutton July 4, 20148:46 am

Nick Dutton July 4, 20148:46 am

Nick Dutton July 4, 20148:46 am

Alix Bryan July 3, 201411:32 pm

The accident on I-95 in Hanover has finally been cleared, but there are residual delays. Traffic has been jammed along this stretch since around 4 p.m. Thursday. 

Alix Bryan July 3, 20148:19 pm

Alix Bryan July 3, 20148:18 pm

Alix Bryan July 3, 20146:38 pm

The center lane has reopened on I-95 north in Hanover after a vehicle fire, but the backup is now 13.5 miles.

Alix Bryan July 3, 20146:34 pm

On I-64 at mile marker 205 in the County of New Kent, motorists can
expect potential delays due to a disabled vehicle. The east right
shoulder is closed.

Alix Bryan July 3, 20146:09 pm

Alix Bryan July 3, 20146:07 pm

Alix Bryan July 3, 20146:07 pm


Related Stories


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,681 other followers