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What: Logmill Road Information Meeting
Where: Evergreen Fire Station, 3510 James Madison Hwy, Haymarket
When: Thursday, August 8, 2103, 7 p.m. 
Over the past couple of years, there have been many discussions on the best way to make safety improvements to Logmill Road, while also respecting the access for residents and emergency vehicles.  The Prince William County Transportation Department has developed a new plan to make the much needed safety improvements to Logmill Road, while also keeping the road open during construction. At the meeting a representative from Transportation will attend to answer questions about the updated plan. The improvements to Logmill Road are scheduled to be finished by Spring/Summer of 2014.
VDOT Hosting Meeting on Gainesville Traffic Swith 
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will hold a meeting at. 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 31 to provide details on the Route 29 traffic switch planned for the weekend of Aug. 16-18. The traffic switch will cause delays of up to an hour on roads in Gainesville.
Local businesses and residents are welcome to attend the meeting which will be held at 5095 Wellington Road, in the storefront located between the Sports Authority and Golfsmith in the Gateway shopping center. The project team will be available from 6 to 8 p.m.
VDOT plans to move Route 29 traffic onto the new bridge over the railroad tracks in Gainesville beginning Friday night, Aug. 16 through noon, Sunday, Aug. 18. During that time, only one lane will be open in each direction on Route 29 and Linton Hall Road. Motorists can avoid major delays by using I-66. Message signs will alert motorists of the closures and delays well in advance of the weekend work.
Caton Hill Road Partial Road Closure Until 9-5-13
One(1) thru lane for Caton Hill Road eastbound and 1 thru lane for Caton Hill Road westbound at Telegraph Road will be closed from 7/17/13 until 9/6/13 due to road construction activities. Please contact the Department of Transportation at 703-792-6825 if you have any questions or concerns.
NVTA Project List Announced
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority announced the first year of proposed transportation projects to be funded under the Commonwealth's transportation bill HB2313. The list includes two projects in Prince William County, involving portions of Route 1 and Route 28. There will be a community meeting for residents in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to learn more about these projects, and the entire list of projects, on June 12 at 7 p.m. at the Old Manassas Courthouse.
Orchard Bridge Construction Starts Near Rte.28 and Centerville Road
A large construction project starts this week to enhance the connection from Orchard Bridge to Centreville Road/Rte. 28. The project will take place over the next 6 to 8 months. The developer will be adding a new street connection with left and right turn lanes to facilitate a new residential site.  This project takes place right before the Fairfax County line after you pass Yorkshire Lane.

Please refer questions to the Manassas Permit Office at 703.366.1916.

Seven Miles of Improvements Coming to I-95 in Prince William County
Construction began on April 1, 2013, on the Virginia Department of Transportation’s $40 million project to construct auxiliary lanes and widen the shoulders on a seven-mile stretch of Interstate 95 in Prince William County. The project is designed to ease several chokepoints, add capacity during emergencies, and reduce weaving and merging.

The inside and outside shoulders between Dumfries Road and the Prince William Parkway will be widened, both north and southbound, to 12 feet with full-depth pavement to make the shoulders suitable for traffic use during accidents, evacuation, enforcement and detours. New guardrail and lighting also will be added.

Auxiliary lanes will be constructed at three locations to create safer access and merging, particularly at the truck scale area. To create the auxiliary lane, crews will extend the acceleration and deceleration lanes between on- and off-ramps.

On I-95 South, auxiliary lanes will connect the Opitz Boulevard on-ramp with the Prince William Parkway off-ramp, as well as the truck rest area on-ramp with the off-ramp to Route 234.
On I-95 North, an auxiliary lane will connect the Dumfries Road on-ramp with the truck weigh station off-ramp.
Lane Construction is the contractor for the project which will be complete in August 2015. Most of the work will take place at night or behind barriers to minimize disruptions. All lane closures will be coordinated with the 95 Express Lanes project. For more details, visit VDOT's project page.

Demo April 5 (41) web.jpgCrews demolish the Telegraph Road overpass on the I-95 southbound side in the overnight hours of Friday, April 5, as part of the 95 Express Lanes project. This week, April 8 – 11, the overpass on the northbound side will be demolished as well. Motorists can expect multiple lanes closed after 10:30 p.m., and as necessary, complete temporary stoppages in all northbound lanes for up to 30 minutes after midnight. Later in April, crews will be working on both the northbound and southbound bridge sites during the day, with possible single lane closures through that area as well. For more information about the I-95 Express Lanes Project go to

PRTC Comes to Telegraph Road Lot!
The new Telegraph Road commuter lot, near the intersection of Caton Hill Road and close to the Horner Road commuter lot, is now being served by PRTC buses on the Rosslyn/Ballston OmniRide route and buses on the Dale City – Pentagon / Crystal City OmniRide route. The changes came as part of the fall service changes that went into effect on Nov. 5, 2012. View more information on other service changes. Or view the PRTC Questions and Answers about the Telegraph Road Commuter Lot.

Express "Hot" Lanes Now Open on Interstate 495. More information...

VDOT Projects in Prince William County

Click here for information on projects in the County through the Virginia Department of Transportation. For more information, contact VDOT.

Transportation Development

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority TransAction 2040 multi-modal plan is under way! 

Commuter Parking

Find commuter parking in your neighborhood. 



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