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@ Gull:Oh yes, I've left the maintenance districts of NOVA and entered the VDOT district that maintains greater Richmond.

Apparently, you did not notice that in Richmond all I-95 bridges are being replaced. Once you're trough Richmond and on your way to Petersburg, you'll find beautifully new asphalt. I-295 is fantastic for most of the way.

There is a stretch just before Richmond that is crap. I assume that will be repaved when they're done with the bridges up there.

by Jasper on Feb 25, 2013 12:19 pm • linkreport

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