RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- A series of fall public hearings on a six-year transportation improvement plan kicks off this week in Virginia.
The projects include road, rail, bicycle, pedestrian and public transportation. Representatives from the Commonwealth Transportation Board and the Virginia departments of transportation and rail and public transportation will be at the hearings.
The first hearing is planned Tuesday night at VDOT's Northern Virginia district office in Fairfax.
Other hearings will be Oct. 29 in Chesapeake, Oct. 30 in Roanoke, Nov. 6 in Richmond, Nov. 13 at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Nov. 14 in Staunton, Nov. 18 in Culpeper, Nov. 19 in Bristol and Nov. 21 in Lynchburg.
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