VDOT posts additional horse-drawn vehicle signs

FREDERICKSBURG—The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) recently installed additional warning signs to alert motorists to horse-drawn vehicle traffic in the Northern Neck. 

In May 2019, VDOT posted warning signs on several primary and secondary roads in Richmond County to alert motorists to the presence of horse-drawn vehicle traffic, reported Alexis Breeden. The signs were posted in areas where motorists may encounter horse-drawn vehicles.

VDOT recently met with residents, businesses and officials in several counties to identify additional routes where horse-drawn vehicles frequently travel. This summer, new warning signs were posted in Westmoreland, Northumberland and Richmond counties.

Horse-drawn vehicles typically travel….

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