Photo courtesy of Prince William County
County residents can learn about and share their thoughts on some local road projects.
Part of Summit School Road in the Occoquan District is receiving an extension, according to a release from Prince William County.
The road, which ends at Kinnicutt Drive, will be connected with Telegraph Road north of the entrance to the Horner Road Park & Ride.
Telegraph Road is also getting widened and updated from its intersection with Caton Hill Road to its intersection with Prince William Parkway. A sidewalk and shared-use path are going to be added, as well.
Officials anticipate the $35 million project will wrap up by winter 2023.
More information can be found in a virtual presentation on the Prince William County website.
In addition to filling out the comment form on the website, the public can mail feedback to: Gladis Arboleda, Project Manager, 5 County Complex Court, Suite 290, Woodbridge, VA 22192. They may also call 703-792-7159 or email GArboleda@pwcgov.org.
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