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A high-tech van is being used on Virginia roadways to determine and prioritize which of them need to be repaved.
If you could, would you ditch the car and take a boat to work? A commuter ferry on the Potomac River for passengers only is being considered once again and this time there may be money to operate it.
On Monday, the Virginia Department of Transportation will change the traffic flow in the existing High Occupancy Vehicle lanes, cutting off northbound traffic at 10 a.m., instead of 11 a.m., and opening southbound traffic at noon instead of 1 p.m.
As the summer repaving season is in full swing, the Virginia Department of Transportation is spending new transportation money to fix more roads around Northern Virginia.
Mother Nature is responsible for early morning traffic backups and problems on a $2.5 billion bridge that is only six years old.
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.
Located just off Balls Ford Road and Cushing Road, the lot provides a direct on-ramp connection to eastbound Interstate 66 for vehicles with two or more people in them.
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