Branscome Inc. awarded contract for Longhill Rd widening

The Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) approved a VDOT contract totaling $10.2 million to Branscome Inc. of Williamsburg, to relieve congestion on Longhill Road in James City County.
The project will expand the road from two lanes to a four-lane divided highway from just east of Williamsburg West Drive to just west of the Olde Towne Road/Devon Road intersection in VDOT’s Hampton Roads District. The outside lanes will include extra width to accommodate cyclists. A 10-foot multi-use path will also be constructed as part of the project. Completion is expected in fall 2021.
Below is a 3D model of proposed improvements after construction for the Longhill Road (Route 612) Widening Project in James City County

The trees are along the route were cut down in order to bury the utilities underground. This portion of the work is almost completed.

More information on the widening here

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