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The new plan to ease congestion along the Interstate 95/395 corridor does not include High Occupancy Toll Lanes in Alexandria and Arlington, but does include a High Occupancy Vehicle ramp from I-395 to Seminary Road, where thousands of defense-related workers are being relocated under BRAC.
Traffic would be jammed onto a single-lane ramp on one stretch of the Fairfax County Parkway.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has developed more than a billion dollars in roadway projects for next year, which should make state avenues and routes smoother, but not necessarily faster.
Virginia's transportation secretary says personnel and policy changes are coming to the agency.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is spending $318.3 million on road maintenance this year, less than half the state's pavement repair needs.
The change aimed at reducing congestion will seem counter-intuitive. The number of lanes is being reduced to five from six.
A commute on I-66 can be a dreadful drive, but the Virginia Department of Transportation is looking for ways to make it better.
With billions in transportation dollars finally available, Virginia's Department of Transportation is highlighting some improvements designed to ease congestion on I-66.
Prince William County officials say a deadly stretch of Logmill Road will be flattened to help prevent future accidents.
The Virginia Department of Transportation will add 3,000 parking spaces in the Fredericksburg area for those who use the Interstate 95 corridor.