Recently Completed: Route 100 Bridge Replacement - Pulaski County

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This project replaced the bridge on Route F047 (Old Route 100) over Peak Creek in Pulaski County. During construction, the existing bridge was removed closing the roadway to through traffic with a detour in place. The work zone featured a barge located in the waterway below the bridge. 

The bridge is located on the service road that runs parallel to Interstate 81 between exits 94 and 98 and crosses Peak Creek that connects to Claytor Lake. It is approximately 5.5 miles east of the town of Pulaski and 4.8 miles south of Dublin.

The bridge was reopened to traffic on September 25.

 

Benefits 

The project will construct a new bridge that meets current standards as well as increase the overall length of the bridge from 212.5 feet to 250 feet and increase the width of the shoulders to five feet to accommodate bicycles and pedestrians. The number of piers in the stream below will also be reduced from four to one and widen boat access upstream.

Major Milestones 

The bridge closed in June 2019. 

Resources

Contact Info:

James Hinkle
540-309-7494

Duane Mann
(540) 381-7201

Project Photos

Lat/Long: 37.045096,-80.711854

Locality: Pulaski

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Old Route 100 will close for a bridge replacement.

Page last modified: Sept. 30, 2020