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July 7 seminar at Manassas Regional Airport on Advanced Air Mobility and Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Learn how Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are transforming the aviation industry during a free Manassas Regional Airport seminar on July 7, 2022 at 7 p.m. in the Airport’s main terminal building. Registration is required at

Carnival Cruise Lines to sail out of Virginia in 2015

After ceasing operations in the state 18 months ago, Carnival, the world’s largest cruise ship line, will resume sailing seasonally from Norfolk in the spring and fall of 2015.

FAA gives nod to Va. Tech’s proposal to test unmanned aircraft systems

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) selected Virginia Tech’s proposal to spearhead a regional research effort on the safest and most effective ways to incorporate Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the existing airspace.

Virginia to continue to fund Saturday buses to Metro until spring

Virginia Megaprojects will continue funding Saturday bus service between eastern Prince William County and the Franconia-Springfield Metro Station through mid-May 2014.

Manassas Regional Airport runway project wins 2013 engineering award

Manassas Regional Airport and the design firm of Reynolds, Smith & Hills, received the Award of Merit in the Airports/Transit category of the Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Best Projects for 2013.

Private firms pose creative solutions to I-66 congestion between Capital Beltway and Haymarket

Nineteen private firms have offered the Virginia transportation officials "innovative and creative solutions" to ease the congested I-66 corridor from Capital Beltway to Route 15 in Haymarket.

Get ready for coming winter storm! Here’s what VDOT is doing

Motorists are urged to prepare for winter weather and avoid driving on icy roads. VDOT anticipates snow, sleet and freezing rain to impact much of the state late tonight through early Monday morning, with the heaviest hit areas in the western and north central regions of the state. One to four inches of snow and ice accumulations are forecasted.

New Virginia for Lovers license plate to hit the streets in 2014

A new “Virginia is for Lovers” license plate will become the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) standard-issue plate beginning next March. The new plate design will replace the plain blue and white plates which have been the standard for the past couple of decades.

Inclement weather policies for Prince William County Schools

Prince William County encompasses 348 square miles and stretches from the Potomac River to the Bull Run Mountains. Road conditions may change, vary from one end of the county to the other, or improve over time but decisions are made on a divisionwide basis for the safety of people across the county.

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