Two Traffic Updates for Western Prince William County

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Provided by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)

Pipe Installation along Featherbed Lane in Manassas, Dec. 1 to 3

Featherbed Lane between Route 29 and Route 234 will be closed to through traffic (weather permitting) Tuesday, Dec. 1 through Thursday, Dec. 3 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. each day to install stormwater pipes and ditching.
Those needing to reach properties along Featherbed Lane will have access; however, traffic will not be able to go beyond the point of pipe installation in either direction.
Traffic will be detoured via the following the two routes:
  • Local traffic: Featherbed Lane, Route 234 and Route 29 back to Featherbed Lane.
  • Through traffic: Route 29, Pageland Lane and Route 234 back to Featherbed Lane.

Featherbed Lane

Drivers on I-66 East Must Exit at Route 29 Gainesville to Reach Prince William Parkway through Dec. 4

I-66 East drivers headed to Exit 44 (Route 234 Bypass/Prince William Parkway) will be detoured to use Exit 43A-B (Route 29 Gainesville) to reach the Prince William Parkway through Dec. 4. Transform 66 Outside the Beltway construction activities require closing direct access from I-66 East to Exit 44. During this period, these drivers will take Exit 43A-B, stay to the left in the extended collector-distributor lane, and follow signs to Prince William Parkway.
Drivers from Route 29 heading to I-66 East will also use the extended collector-distributor lane before merging onto I-66 East immediately prior to Exit 44.
Route 234, Prince William parkway
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