CARROLL COUNTY, Va.—Starting Monday, one lane of Interstate 77 North in Carroll County will be closed for a rock scaling project.
The three-lane section of I-77 North will be down from three lanes to two lanes between mile markers two and four.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says you should expect delays in that area.
The project is expected to be completed by September 2012.
Here is the news release from VDOT:
SALEM - Starting today, a northbound lane closure is in place on Interstate 77 beginning at mile marker two and ending near mile marker four in Carroll County. This three-lane section of I-77 will be reduced to two lanes. The lane closure is necessary for a rock scaling project. The project involves stabilizing the rock slope along 500 feet of northbound I-77.
Drivers should expect possible delays when traveling in this area. Mobile message boards are in place to alert drivers.
Work is scheduled to be completed by September 2012.