EMERGENCY PIPE REPLACEMENT COMPLETE ON RT. 250
Route 250 is open to traffic just east of Route 744 (Hacktown Road)
CULPEPER — Route 250 (Richmond Road) is open to traffic just east of Route 744 (Hacktown Road) in Albemarle County. The detour has been lifted.
Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation worked around the clock since mid-morning Thursday to replace a failed pipe that carries Carroll Creek under the road.
Road conditions and other real-time travel information can be found on the 511 Virginia  website, the free VDOT 511 mobile app or by calling 511 from any phone in Virginia. VDOT updates are also on Facebook and the district’s Twitter account, @VaDOTCulp .
RT. 250 EAST IN ALBEMARLE CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC
Recent flooding washes out storm water pipe, motorists should use I-64 as detour route
CULPEPER — Route 250 (Richmond Road) is closed just east of Route 744 (Hacktown Road) after the recent heavy rains and flooding compromised the road above a pipe that carries Carroll Creek under the road. The road is expected remain closed to through traffic between Route 744 and Route 616 (Black Cat Road) for between 36 and 72 hours while the pipe is dug out and replaced.
During the emergency closure motorists should use Interstate 64 between Route 616 at exit 129 and Route 250 at exit 124 as a detour route. Business and residential entrances on both sides of the work zone will remain open. Detour signs are posted on I-64 and Route 250.
Crews will work around the clock to replace the pipe and rebuild the roadway above the pipe, but motorists, especially commuters, should anticipate Route 250 to be closed at Carroll Creek at least through Friday.