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End of the Year Transportation Updates

Provided by Prince William County The Prince William Department of Transportation finished approximately $148 million in road projects in 2016, according to a recent quarterly transportation report to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. The projects finished this year include: Burwell Road-Fitzwater Drive Improvements – $925,459 Hellwig Park Entrance – $1,085,961 Logmill Road – $5,569,506 Gideon Sidewalk – $3,306,070 …

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Community Gets Update and Encouraged to Provide Comment on Route 1 Widening Project

Provided by Prince William County People interested in the U.S. 1 widening project between Featherstone Road and Mary’s Way filled the community room, and then some, at the Potomac Community Library during a recent community meeting. Prince William County’s Department of Transportation Director, Tom Blaser, told the crowd of about 100 that the $86-million project — which will widen U.S. …

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Transportation Improvements Happening Around the County

Provided by Prince William County The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently received a transportation update showing the progress on road projects across the county. The report showed the status of Prince William Department of Transportation administered projects, as well as the Virginia Department of Transportation, or VDOT, administered projects. County administered projects include: Improvements to the intersection of …

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Work to Widen Route 28 Has Begun; No County Money Involved

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Provided by Prince William County People who travel the Route 28 Corridor in western Prince William County will know that work to realign Vint Hill Road has started. The Vint Hill Road portion is the first phase of a $66-million project to widen Route 28. “It’s a VDOT primary road; so it’s a major route,” said Prince William County Department …

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