The section of the sidewalk will be closed for repairs, which are expected to begin today (Monday, Nov. 18).
The repairs are expected to last until April 2020 and will maintain utility lines and “earthworks,” according to the Virginia Department of Transporation (VDOT).
VDOT asks that people temporarily avoid the path and follow directions from roadwork signs.
The construction will only affect the “right of way” land owned by Fairfax County and not residents unless permission is granted from property owners.
Image via VDOT
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