Several members of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors rode along with Virginia Department of Transportation officials on Monday to assess certain roadways and intersections in the county. The ride-along was requested by VDOT officials to help them prioritize road projects and their funding. Shown, from left assessing the Main Street/Route 3/14 intersection, are Craig Van Dussen, VDOT district planning manager; Allison Richter, VDOT assistant district administrator; Sean Trapani, Saluda residency administrator; Petsworth district supervisor John Northstein, at-large supervisor Louise Theberge, Gloucester Point district supervisor Chris Hutson, and York district supervisor Carter Borden. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
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