SALEM DISTRICT: CREWS WORKING ON SECONDARY ROADS AND NEIGHBORHOOD STREETS
SALEM– Warm temperatures and the efforts of snow plow drivers have improved road conditions throughout western Virginia. Most primary routes (those numbered 1-599) and all interstates (I-77, I-81 and I-581) are in minor condition, which means they are mostly clear with isolated slick spots.
Drivers encouraged to monitor weather forecasts and plan ahead
SALEM– The Virginia Department of Transportation’s Salem District is gearing up again to respond to anticipated winter weather in western Virginia. VDOT has prepared equipment and alerted employees and contractors to be ready to mobilize.
SALEM DISTRICT: DRIVING WILL BE A CHALLENGE DURING THE EVENING COMMUTE
Drivers are encouraged to avoid southbound I-81 in Montgomery County
SALEM– Many roads remain mostly snow covered in western Virginia as snow continues to fall. Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews and contractors continue to plow and treat primary roads (those numbered 1-599) and interstates.
Summer Bash 2012
Did you attend BEC in 1972 and/or graduated from Liberty High or Jefferson Forest High schools in 1976? If so please join for a summer Bash July 28 At the Sedalia Center, 5-10 p.m. For more information contact: Debra Strawn Laughon 540-587-5752; Carolyn Powell Fellers 434-941-4962; Angela Knight Lusardi 434-525-8458; Randy Lacy 540-586-0527 or send email to email@example.com.