That’s what Prince William County wants to know.
On March 23, the county will hold a citizen’s information meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to get input from residents and talk about the Route 1 widening project between Featherstone Road and Mary’s Way, according to a Prince William County Government release.
According to a release, the meeting will be held at the Potomac Community Library at 2201 Opitz Boulevard in Woodbridge.
The project is set for completion in 2021, and will cost around $86 million, according to a release. The funding will come from local, state, and federal sources, stated a release.
More on the meeting, from a release:
During the meeting, the Prince William Department of Transportation will provide information on the proposed 1.3-mile project that would widen U.S. 1 to six lanes and includes adding one travel lane in each direction, right- and left-turn lanes, a multi-use trail and sidewalk, and providing related drainage, undergrounding of utilities and traffic signal improvements.
Construction on the $86-million project is scheduled to begin in March 2019 after the rights-of-way acquisition, environmental studies, design and utilities relocation phases of the project have been completed.