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Put SPEEDING on your radar; Supv. Anderson asks for county-wide study of best practices

Occoquan District Supervisor Ruth Anderson has called for Prince William County staff to form a working group to address the countywide residential speeding issue. Police, County and State Transportation, individual citizens and members of local media will be asked to take part in this group. The directive was supported by all Supervisors present at the Dec. 12 meeting.

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VDOT reports analysis of first four days of I-66 express lanes usage inside the beltway

Morning and afternoon commutes were faster and travel times more reliable during the first four days of I-66 Express Lanes Inside the Beltway operations, according to data released today, Dec. 12, by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

Sen. McPike and other legislators to call for halt Dec. 7 on I-66 tolling until snags worked out

State Senator Jeremy McPike plans to lead a team of state legislators Dec. 7 at 3 p.m. at VDOT HQ in Fairfax that will call for Virginia's Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Lane to suspend I-66 tolls until Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) implements what it promised to Northern Virginia commuters.

Va. vehicle inspectors to place stickers on left corner instead of center starting Jan. 1

Effective Jan. 1, 2018, Virginia state inspection stickers will no longer be affixed to the bottom center of a vehicle’s windshield. Due to new innovations in the automotive industry, the state inspection stickers will be placed in the bottom left corner of the windshield, when viewed from inside the vehicle.

Del. Tim Hugo calls for “realistic public policy solution” to ease I-66 commuting costs

Virginia House of Delegates Republican Caucus Chairman Timothy D. Hugo (R-Fairfax) released the following statement Tuesday on the price of new dynamic tolls on Interstate 66 inside the beltway.

Statistics for 66 Express Lanes inside the Beltway after Tuesday, Dec. 5,  a.m. rush hour

Virginia Department of Transportation provided statistics for 66 Express Lanes inside the Beltway following Tuesday, Dec. 5, a.m. rush hour. Over the first three rush-hour periods, there were no major reportable incidents on the lanes, sustained travel times and speeds for carpools, buses, and toll-paying drivers, a news release said.

Gainesville supervisor asks governor to suspend I-66 tolling, develop a “rational” plan

Gainesville District Supervisor Pete Candland has asked Gov. Terry McAuliffe to immediately suspend the tolling on I-66 in order to develop a "rational plan that protects commuters from the exorbitant toll-gouging that is evidenced in the current I-66 tolling fees."

Arlington Memorial Bridge to get $227 million for repairs starting in 2018

Arlington Memorial Bridge will see minor repairs in early 2018 and major bid work will start in fall 2018, according to Congresswoman Barbara Comstock

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