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InsideNoVa: Construction to ramp up on I-66 Outside of the Beltway project

Motorists should expect new concrete barriers, shifting lanes and work zones

VIRGINIA - Crews are expected to ramp up construction on the Interstate 66 Outside the Beltway project later this month, with Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) alerting motorists they’ll see new concrete barriers, shifting lanes and work zones.

Once completed in late 2022, the $2.3 billion project is expected to ease congestion on the 22.5-mile corridor between Gainesville and I-495, VDOT spokesperson Michelle Holland said in a news release.

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