Martinsville Southern Connector Study
Draft Environmental Impact Statement Available for Review
On March 6, 2020, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) signed and approved for public availability in the Federal Register the Martinsville Southern Connector Study Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), which can be viewed at the link below.
- Alternatives Analysis
- Indirect and Cumulative Effects
- Hazardous Materials
- Socioeconomic and Land Use
- Traffic and Transportation
- Archaeological Assessment
- Architectural Survey
- Air Quality
- Natural Resources
Public Hearing on the Draft EIS
VDOT and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will hold a public hearing to present the Draft Environmental Impact Statement and all technical supporting documentation.
News and Updates
Previous Public Meetings
In February 2018, VDOT started a study, called an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), to evaluate potential transportation improvements along the U.S. Route 220 corridor between the U.S. Route 58/220 Bypass and the North Carolina state line.
VDOT is conducting the study in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration and will be engaging other state and federal agencies throughout its development.
The Coordination Plan (updated May 10, 2018) is a required document that outlines how cooperating agencies, participating agencies, and the public will be informed of and involved in the study. Additional public or agency coordination may occur outside of the Coordination Plan and the study schedule will be adjusted accordingly.