Bridge construction to close section of westbound I-64
The Henrico County Department of Public Works advises motorists that bridge construction related to the North Gayton Road Extension Project will affect westbound traffic on a section of Interstate 64 from Monday, Aug. 29 to Wednesday, Aug. 31 and from Tuesday, Sept. 6 to Thursday, Sept. 8.
The westbound lanes of I-64 between mile markers 177 and 175 will close from 9:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day while work is under way. Lane mergers starting near mile marker 180 will affect traffic flow beginning at 8 p.m. nightly. Drivers on westbound I-64 will be detoured to the westbound Broad Street/U.S. Route 250 exit.
In addition, the ramp from southbound I-295 will close at exit 53A. Traffic will be detoured to eastbound I-64 and then to the westbound Broad Street/U.S. Route 250 exit.
Detour signs and message boards will be posted. The construction schedule is subject to weather; regular updates will be available at http://www.511virginia.org and by calling 511.
Motorists traveling in the area should drive with caution while crews complete the project.
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The theme for the annual Dominion GardenFest of Lights at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Lakeside has been announced.
This year's event, which opens Nov. 25 and will continue through Jan. 9, will explore "Living Color" and show how the world's kaleidoscope of colors speaks to people, impacts nature and influences culture, according to Garden officials. The event features more than a half million lights, botanical decorations, trains, holiday dinners, family activities and more. > Read more.
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CalendarLewis Ginter Botanical Garden will host October Oddities Oct. 1-31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Refresh your “garden spirit” with displays and activities for all ages throughout the month of October. Enjoy vignettes designed to provoke a sense of curiosity and wonder using underappreciated oddities of nature and “horti-torture.” Pick up a Gourd Quest at the admissions desk before heading down to the Children’s Garden. Included with regular admission which is $13 for adults, $11 for seniors 55+ and $8 for children 3-12. For details, visit http://www.lewisginter.org. Full text