Starting tomorrow (Friday) and continuing through next week, a section of Mill Road in the Carlyle neighborhood will be closed off for nearby construction.
In a news release, the City of Alexandria said the section of roadway will be closed until the end of next week. The construction is likely part of the sprawling redevelopment around the Hoffman Town Center.
“Weathering permitting, on Friday, February 4, 2022 at 5 a.m. through Friday, February 11 at 6 p.m. Mill Road between Stovall Street and the intersection of Andrew’s Lane and Jamieson Avenue will be closed to thru traffic due to construction,” the city said. “Thru traffic will be directed to a detour route along Stovall Street, Eisenhower Avenue, and Mill Road while local traffic and pedestrians will be directed to the safest routes and crosswalks within the work zone via flagmen and signage.”
The release noted that the road closure is weather-dependant any may be rescheduled if the city gets and inclement weather or freezing temperatures.
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