Citizens can ask questions and voice their opinion about a Woodbridge project this month.
A public hearing on the proposed Neabsco Mills Road widening plan is scheduled for September 26 at 7 p.m.
The county’s Department of Transportation is hosting the meeting, which will be held at Freedom High School in Woodbridge.
County residents learned more about the proposal at an information meeting in May.
As part of the project, Neabsco Mills Road would be widened from two lanes to four lanes between Route 1 and Smoke Court.
A sidewalk and a shared-use path will be installed along Neabsco Mills Road, according to a release from the county.
Construction on the estimated $35 million proposed project is expected to begin in fall 2020 and be completed by fall 2022.
Community members are looking forward to the changes, according to Project Manager Gladis Arboleda.
“They really want this project to be done as soon as possible because Neabsco Mills is just two lanes,” Arboleda said in a release. We also have the high school and Northern Virginia Community College there. So, the shared-use path and sidewalk will benefit students.”
The impact of the proposed project will be discussed during the meeting.
Attendees can ask questions and voice concerns at the public hearing or can send them to GArboleda@pwcgov.org.
Emails should have “Neabsco Mills Road Widen to Four Lanes Design Public Hearing Comments” for the subject line.
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