Updated: Loudoun County Road Closures

A number of roads still flooded Tuesday after Hurricane Sandy.

Update 12:07 p.m. Tuesday: A number of Loudoun County roads remain closed Tuesday because of storm damage.

The following is an updated list from VDOT:

  • Route 15 at Route 50 (Gilberts Corner) in Loudoun County
  • Rt. 773 North and South (Loudoun County) at River Creek Pkwy (Flooding) 
  • Rt. 653 West and East (Loudoun County) at Shreve Mill Road (Flooding)
  • Rt. 650 North (Loudoun County) at James Monroe Hwy (Flooding)
  • Rt. 860 North and South (Loudoun County) at Watson (Flooding)

Monday: Loudoun County officials say the following roadways are either closed or partially opened because of flooding, downed wires or trees.

Do you know of a road closure? Leave a comment or email Dusty at patch.com to keep us in the loop.

You can access our map of Hurricane Sandy closures in Loudoun here, or visit 511virginia.org

  • Route 619 East at Trappe Road (Tree Down)
  • Route 50/Llangollen Road (Tree Down)
  • Sycolin Road/Shreve Mill Road (Flooded)
  • Rt. 611/Telegraph Springs Road (Power Lines Down from Purcellville Town Line to Allder School Road)
  • Edwards Ferry Road (Town of Leesburg)/River Creek Parkway (Flooded)
  • Belmont Drive is closed between Valley View Avenue and Belmont Place (power lines).
  • Edwards Ferry Road, between Harrison Street and Woodberry Road (Tree Down)
Jrseygirl in VA October 30, 2012 at 01:12 PM
Just read that Route 15 North and South are closed at Goose Creek until further notice.
Erica R. Hendry October 30, 2012 at 04:05 PM
pataricia ann tucker October 30, 2012 at 06:03 PM
Left Saturday from Dulles to Tucson Internatl ~ just in time to miss 'Sandy'. Hope no lives were lost and all damages can be restored soon. Life and Family are so very important. Perhaps this dangerous storm will encourage wonderful changes in the lives of many. God's blessings on Ashburn and surrounding areas!
sara October 30, 2012 at 11:32 PM
is Route 15 North and South still closed and is it going to be open tomorrow wednesday 31 st


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