Several roads and intersections in Prince William County could be getting updated in the coming years.
Residents can learn more about the projects at an information meeting the Prince William County Department of Transportation is hosting on Thursday.
The meeting will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Loch Lomond Elementary School in Manassas, according to a release from the county.
Prince William County has requested $429 million from the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) for 10 transportation projects.
The Authority manages funding for regional projects that seek to reduce traffic congestion. It shares project costs with localities.
Prince William County’s proposed projects, which would cost $570 million total, may be scheduled between fiscal 2018 and 2023 through the NVTA Six-Year Program.
Here are the proposed projects:
The meeting aims to inform attendees, according to Department of Transportation Director Rick Canizales.
“We hope that the meeting educates the public as to which regional projects Prince William County has applied for and how NVTA makes its decisions,” Canizales said in a release. “People will be able to ask questions and comment at the meeting.”
Community members can provide feedback on the “candidate projects” to the NVTA through midnight on May 20. To learn more information and view a list of the proposed projects, visit the NVTA website.
More information about the county’s transportation projects is available online.
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