Repaving of Route 10 in Surry begins

Published 3:29 pm Monday, May 2, 2022

Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation have implemented daytime single-lane closures under flagger control along portions of Route 10 in Surry County for milling and paving.

The work will occur in three two-mile sections, potentially causing travel delays in both direction over the next several weeks.

Traffic will be alternated in each direction on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Segments of Route 10 included in this work include:

  • Route 10 (Colonial Trail East) between Lawnes Creek and Route 650 (Hog Island Road) near Isle of Wight County¬†
  • Route 10 (Colonial Trail East) between Route 632 (Chapel Bottom Road) and Route 31 (Rolfe Highway) approaching Historic Surry and¬†
  • Route 10 (Colonial Trail West) between Route 611 (Salisbury Road) and east of Route 610 (Chippokes Road) near Prince George County.

Motorists traveling to the Jamestown-Scotland Ferry should plan extra travel time to avoid delays or missed ferry departures from the Scotland ferry boarding location. The spring ferry departure schedule can be found at The summer departure schedule begins on May 28.

This work is weather-dependent, and the schedule is subject to change. Access to properties and businesses will be maintained at all times.