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Dual Left-Hand Turn Lanes Get Traffic Moving on Route 234 at Hoadly Road

Dual left-turn lanes on Route 234 at Hoadly Road

Drivers on Route 234 should start to see traffic improvements around Hoadly Road. The Prince William County Department of Transportation recently completed a project that added an additional left-turn lane from Route 234 onto Hoadly Road. Before the 600-foot turn lane was added, cars would back up into the travel lanes on Route 234, and people could sit through several …

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I-66 Overnight Closures and Lane Shifts this Week

Provided by Virginia Department of Transportation Overnight lane closures are scheduled to occur on eastbound I-66 between Route 29 in Gainesville and Prince William Parkway (Route 234 Bypass) in Prince William County, May 8-10. Crews will shift travel lanes and set up work zones to allow for construction on the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway project. Closures are scheduled to …

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Overnight Lane Closures this Weekend and Next Week

Provided by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Overnight lane closures previously scheduled on Route 28 in both directions between Braddock Road and Westfields Boulevard are now scheduled to occur tonight, April 27, and Saturday night, April 28. On Sunday night, April 29, overnight lane closures are scheduled on westbound I-66 between Sudley Road (Route 234 Business) and Route 29 (Gainesville) …

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All I-95 Southbound Lanes Closed at Prince William Parkway

Provided by Virginia Department of Transportation All southbound lanes of Interstate 95 will be closed at the Prince William Parkway until the 140-foot privately-owned Potomac Mills sign can be inspected by a structural engineer. Due to today’s high winds, the sign has started to lean. Some vehicles will be detoured into the 95 Express Lanes. Tolls will be suspended. If …

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Prince William Parkway Pork Chop Slims Down

Provided by Prince William County The last section of the Prince William Parkway that needed to be widened to three lanes is now complete and open to traffic. Until recently, the parkway narrowed to two lanes where it crosses the north side of Minnieville Road due to a pork chop that was in the way. A pork chop is a …

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Sudley Manor water main section to be replaced

Provided by Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA) The Prince William County Service Authority will soon be replacing a small portion of water main underneath Sudley Manor Road in Manassas. Once completed, the new main will help reinforce service reliability to the area. The project entails the installation of a 320-foot section of 16-inch pipe beneath Sudley Manor Road just …

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Public Invited to 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony

Provided by Prince William County The 22 Prince William County residents who lost their lives at the Pentagon and at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, will be honored and remembered during a ceremony on Friday, September 9, 2016, at 9:00 a. m. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will be held at the Liberty Memorial.The …

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Board Celebrates the Completion of the Prince William Parkway

The Board of County Supervisors recently came together to celebrate the completion of the Prince William Parkway between Minnieville and Old Bridge roads. The completed road offers better trips for commuters and safer walking for pedestrians. The $15-million, 2006 road bond project included widening the road to six lanes and installing mixed-use, asphalt trails and sidewalks along the sides of …

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Cycling Around Prince William

By Audrey Harman, Contributing Writer Whether you are an experienced bicyclist, or just starting out, there are plenty of helpful resources in Prince William to get your wheels moving. The opportunities to ride in the area stretch from on-road cycling, to mountain biking, to a combination of the two called “hybrid” cycling. These can be enjoyed individually or with a group. …

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