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August 14, 2015

PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD ON P3 PROCUREMENT OPTION FOR I-66 OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY IMPROVEMENTS
Meeting held Aug. 17 in Richmond

RICHMOND – Secretary of Transportation Aubrey Layne has called a meeting of the Transportation Public-Private Partnership Advisory Committee to determine whether or not to affirm the Finding of Public Interest signed by Virginia Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Kilpatrick.  If the committee affirms the commissioner’s decision, the project will advance to procurement.

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July 15, 2015

CTB AWARDS CONTRACT WORTH $6.3 MILLION TO IMPROVE ACCOMACK COUNTY ROAD

RICHMOND, Va. – At its monthly meeting today, the Commonwealth Transportation Board awarded a contract worth approximately $6.3 million to improve a road in Accomack County.

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July 15, 2015

VDOT SAFETY PROJECTS HELP REDUCE ROADWAY DEATHS AND INJURIES

RICHMOND  – Virginia’s Highway Safety Improvement Program is showing life-saving results. In the last decade, crashes with fatalities have dropped by 92 percent and injury crashes by 55 percent where 113 highway safety projects have been deployed. These projects, managed by the Virginia Department of Transportation, include improved traffic signals, better warning signs, rumble strips and other practical and lower cost safety improvements.

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July 15, 2015

COMMONWEALTH OUTLINES PROCESS FOR TRANSFORM66: OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY PROCUREMENT
Decision on Preferred Procurement Expected this December

RICHMOND, Va. – Today, Virginia Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Kilpatrick briefed the Commonwealth Transportation Board on the process to determine a preferred procurement option for the Transform 66: Outside the Beltway project. At this point, the commissioner outlined that procuring the project as a design-build public finance or as a public-private partnership both remain viable options.

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