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The latest wrinkle in the new "Battle of Manassas" is coming from Washington, D.C., not Virginia.
The proposed Bi-County Parkway could come under review from Congress.
Virginia and the National Park Service will move ahead with both the Bi-County Parkway and the Manassas National Battlefield Park Bypass at the same time.
At a forum of transportation experts on Thursday night, panelists called upon elected leaders to think about regional solutions to solve the congestion in the region.
Local leaders say Gov. Bob McDonnell should hold off on plans to build the Bi-County Parkway, a proposed 10-mile stretch of highway that would connect Prince William and Loudoun counties.
The man in charge of Manassas National Battlefield Park assures residents Route 234 won't be closed to traffic until the proposed Bi-County Parkway is built.
A Loudoun County delegate is calling on Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell to stop moving ahead with the controversial Bi-County Parkway and leave it in the hands of the next governor.
A 6.5-mile highway continues to stir passion and divide communities in Northern Virginia with no end in sight.
Prince William County officials push state officials to build both a western and northern bypass around Manassas National Battlefield as the debate heats up over both road construction projects.
A 30 year-old idea to build a road to help the growing Northern Virginia population may be getting some new life.