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HeadlinesMay 19, 2015
TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY LAYNE ANNOUNCES FUNDING OPTIONS TO TRANSFORM I-66 OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA
Presentation Includes Analysis Showing Lower Costs, Greater Benefits of Public Financing vs. Typical Public-Private Partnership Concession Option
Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne announced today the initial results of the Commonwealth’s analysis of procurement options for the Transform I-66: Outside the Beltway project.May 5, 2015
VIRGINIA TO OBSERVE NATIONAL BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY
More than 100 events expected at schools around state on May 6
RICHMOND, Va. – As communities throughout the nation prepare to mark the fourth annual national Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 6, Virginia will have more than 105 schools registered to take part in their own events.
April 15, 2015
COMMONWEALTH TRANSPORTATION BOARD RELEASES DRAFT SIX-YEAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR PUBLIC REVIEW
$12.9 billion in road, bridge rail and public transportation improvements; public hearings to be held
RICHMOND - The Commonwealth Transportation Board released today the draft Six-Year Improvement Program, which allocates $12.9 billion to transportation projects over the next six fiscal years beginning July 1, 2015. Projects include highway, road, bridge, rail, transit, bicycle/pedestrian paths and other transportation improvements across the state.
April 15, 2015
THE MCAULIFFE ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES ROUTE 460 CONTRACT TO BE TERMINATED, PROJECT DEVELOPMENT CONTINUES
NORFOLK – The McAuliffe administration announced today that the Commonwealth has issued a notice to terminate its contract with US 460 Mobility Partners regarding the delivery of the Route 460 project in southeastern Virginia.
March 30, 2015
PUBLIC FEEDBACK SOUGHT ON P3 REFORMS
RICHMOND – The Commonwealth is seeking public feedback to improve the state process to procure transportation projects under the Public-Private Transportation Act, also referred to as the P3 program.