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Virginia’s 2nd & 4th Largest Jurisdictions Connected Largely By Narrow Rural Roads

Virginia’s 2nd & 4th Largest Jurisdictions Connected Largely by Narrow Rural Roads The University of Virginia Weldon Cooper Center’s latest data shows that Prince William County (455,000) is now Virginia’s second most populous […]

13th Annual What You Need to Know about Transportation Program and Breakfast

It’s a Wrap! If you missed the 13th Annual What You Need to Know About Transportation – the Alliance’s signature event – on October 3rd, we’re sorry because you missed […]

Winning (or Losing) the Jobs Accessibility Challenge?

For our region to be attractive to business, businesses must be able to attract workers. In a recent study* of automobile commute times of 51 metropolitan areas across the country, […]

Regional Survey Finds Real Consensus Among Transportation Experts on Regional Priorities

A joint regional survey of area transportation professionals most familiar with the region’s transportation challenges finds significant consensus on projects and solutions that would do the most to improve mobility […]

US Route 301/Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge Improvement Project

The Nice Bridge is a two-lane undivided 1.7 mile toll facility crossing of the Potomac River, approximately 25 miles south of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge (I-95). It is considered to […]

Tri-County Parkway Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

A Tri-County Parkway Location and Environmental Impact Statement Study was conducted between 2002 and 2005 to determine the best location for a new north-south corridor. Although technical studies showed the Tri-County […]