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Oct. 28, 2019



Survey for Route 460/College Avenue study in Bluefield available through November 20
Survey is available at http://bit.ly/364Bi99

BRISTOL – The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has created a survey to gain feedback for an on-going Route 460/College Avenue study in Bluefield. The survey will be available through November 20.

VDOT is looking at ways to improve safety and congestion along Route 460 and College Avenue between Route 720 and Leatherwood Lane.

In addition to the recent October 24 public information meeting held in Bluefield, the survey is another tool being used to gain additional public feedback.     

The public is encouraged to participate with the online survey by visiting the following link: http://bit.ly/364Bi99.

The survey gives citizens the opportunity to provide comments that will assist the Town of Bluefield in identifying and developing future safety and traffic flow improvement projects. The town can use the data obtained from the study to apply for project funding through VDOT’s SMART SCALE program, which scores transportation projects statewide based on an objective, outcome-based process.

Questions regarding the survey or the study should be directed to Mr. Blake Ailor, Project Manager, 870 Bonham Road, Bristol, Virginia 24201. Or, email comments to bristolinfo@vdot.virginia.gov, referencing “Route 460/College Avenue in Bluefield” in the email subject line.     (END)

 



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