Citizens will be able to share their thoughts on a new parking facility.
Transportation officials are seeking feedback about the Potomac-Neabsco Commuter Parking Garage.
Expected to hold 1,400 parking spots, the garage will stand at 2502 Opitz Boulevard in Woodbridge.
Project leaders intend to start building the facility in April 2021 and wrap it up two years later, according to a release from Prince William County. It has a price tag of $36.5 million.
More details about the Potomac-Neabsco Commuter Parking Garage is available on the county’s website.
An information meeting about the project is taking place at Freedom High School, 15201 Neabsco Mills Road in Woodbridge, on December 11.
Organized by the Prince William County Department of Transportation, it will run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m..
“The main reason we’re having this meeting is to refine what we have based on input from the public,” Project Manager Dagmawie Shikurye said in a release. “There’s some room to work with the comments that come from the public by incorporating them into our preferred alternative and seeing what would work best.”
In addition to providing input about the garage, participants can learn about the plan, talk with administrators and view exhibits.
“We’re anticipating that we will have a full, topographical view of the parcel, where exactly the garage will be located and types of access. At this point, we have three different access points to the structure. One is via River Rock Way; another one is via Bridge View Drive; and a third one comes through Potomac Center Boulevard.”
Until January 14, local residents are able to email input to DShikurye@pwcgov.org or mail it to Dagmawie Shikurye, Prince William County Department of Transportation, 5 County Complex Court, Woodbridge Va. 22192.
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