Developers Anticipate Construction to Begin on The Outlets at Richmond This Summer

Developers Anticipate Construction to Begin on The Outlets at Richmond This Summer

Developers planning to build the Outlets at Richmond, a massive shopping complex just off I-95 exit 89, hope to begin construction this summer.

Craig Realty Group submitted its plans for the development to the Hanover County Planning Department and are hoping for preliminary approval this week.

The Outlets at Richmond will provide an upscale shopping experience with quality brand-name merchandise for the Richmond area and surrounding region.

According to site plans, the complex will consist of four buildings totaling 375,000 square feet of retail space, filled with an exciting selection of nationally recognized retailers as well as trendy local and regional merchants, and surrounded by hotels and restaurants


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Lane Closures on Washington I-5 December 29-30

Lane Closures on Washington I-5 December 29-30

Washington State Department of Transportation announced the following lane closures on two I-5 projects; M Street to Portland Avenue – HOV and Portland Avenue to Port of Tacoma Road – Northbound HOV

Time/Days: See details below.

Description: These two projects lay the foundation for new HOV lanes on I-5 in Tacoma and northbound into Fife.

Location: Interstate 5 near the Tacoma Dome between M St. to Portland Ave. from milepost 132.8 to 135.2, and northbound I-5 between East Portland Avenue and Port of Tacoma Road.

Details: On Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 29-30, crews will close two lanes of northbound Interstate 5 between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. approaching the Puyallup River Bridge. An hour earlier at 10 p.m, they will also close the two following ramps until 4 a.m. each following morning:

– Northbound I-5 to northbound SR 167
– Bay Street to northbound SR 167

On Wednesday night, motorists can also expect up to three lanes of southbound I-5 to close near the Puyallup River Bridge between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. In addition, the following three ramps will close:

– Southbound SR 167 to southbound I-5
– Southbound I-5 to South 27th Street/Bay Street
– South 27th Street/Portland Avenue to southbound I-5

Detours will be provided for all ramp closures.


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Lane Closures on Washington I-5 December 29-30

Lane Closures on Washington I-5 December 29-30

Washington State Department of Transportation announced the following lane closures on two I-5 projects; M Street to Portland Avenue – HOV and Portland Avenue to Port of Tacoma Road – Northbound HOV

Time/Days: See details below.

Description: These two projects lay the foundation for new HOV lanes on I-5 in Tacoma and northbound into Fife.

Location: Interstate 5 near the Tacoma Dome between M St. to Portland Ave. from milepost 132.8 to 135.2, and northbound I-5 between East Portland Avenue and Port of Tacoma Road.

Details: On Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 29-30, crews will close two lanes of northbound Interstate 5 between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. approaching the Puyallup River Bridge. An hour earlier at 10 p.m, they will also close the two following ramps until 4 a.m. each following morning:

– Northbound I-5 to northbound SR 167
– Bay Street to northbound SR 167

On Wednesday night, motorists can also expect up to three lanes of southbound I-5 to close near the Puyallup River Bridge between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. In addition, the following three ramps will close:

– Southbound SR 167 to southbound I-5
– Southbound I-5 to South 27th Street/Bay Street
– South 27th Street/Portland Avenue to southbound I-5

Detours will be provided for all ramp closures.


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Most I-75 Construction in Tampa Bay Area Suspended With Some Exceptions Thru January 2

Most I-75 Construction in Tampa Bay Area Suspended With Some Exceptions Thru January 2

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that there are no I-75 closures in the Tampa Bay area over the New Year’s holiday, except for the following:

– Wesley Chapel/San Antonio: One lane may be closed in each direction of I-75 anywhere from north of County Road 54 (Exit 279) to north of SR 52 (Exit 285) between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Monday through Wednesday (December 28 – 30) nights.

– Pasco County: One lane may be closed in each direction of I-75 from north of State Road 52 (Exit 285) to the Hernando County line (north of County Road 41/Exit 293) between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Monday and Tuesday (December 28 and 29) nights.

– Tampa/St. Petersburg: No closures are scheduled on the interstate system in Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas counties during the holiday period from Thursday morning, December 31 through Sunday afternoon, January 3. Lane closures will resume on some projects Sunday night, January 3.


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Pennsylvania DOT Urges Motorists to Travel With Caution During Winter Weather Events

Pennsylvania DOT Urges Motorists to Travel With Caution During Winter Weather Events

With a National Weather Service freezing rain advisory in effect for parts of the District 1 region, PennDOT is urging motorists to travel with caution.

Weather conditions can change quickly. Drivers should beware of roads that may look wet, but are actually frozen.

If travel is necessary during winter weather, motorists should be prepared to slow down, increase following distances and use extra caution on bridges and ramps. State law requires that headlights be turned on whenever windshield wipers are being used.

PennDOT also reminds motorists not to drive through standing water on roads.


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