The Commonwealth Transportation Board will hold a Six-Year Improvement Program meeting at 6:30 p.m. next Thursday, Oct. 2, at Germanna Community College’s Center for Workforce & Community Education, 10000 Germanna Point Drive, Fredericksburg.
Tina Bundy, a spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Transportation, said the Six-Year Improvement Program allocates funding to a wide range of projects, including roads, bridges, sidewalks, bike paths, rail and transit improvements around the state.
The public meeting will be preceded at 5 p.m. by a local officials’ briefing, a release said, and at 5:30 by open house displays and general discussion.
A series of nine meetings is planned throughout the state during September and October. If you cannot attend a meeting, written comments will be accepted until Oct. 30.
Comments on rail, public transportation and transportation demand management can be sent to Public Information Officer, Department of Rail and Public Transport...
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