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On April 23, 2015, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) voted to provide an additional $1 million for roadway and transit improvements for Route 1 from Mount Vernon Memorial Highway (Roy Rogers) to Napper Road (Costco) in their FY 2015-16 program.

“We heard constituents loud and clear at the community meeting on March 31, and have since been hard at work to secure additional NVTA funding for this area. Transit improvements will bring new development, residents and businesses to the area and help transform the Route 1 Corridor into a vibrant destination spot in Fairfax County,” Chairman Bulova said.


PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA...During its Board meeting on April 7, 2015, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors requested that the Commonwealth of Virginia locate the planned Northern Virginia Veterans Care Facility on a 27-acre county-owned property located at 11000 Crestwood Drive and 8200 Ashton Avenue.

The Virginia General Assembly and the Governor passed legislation to fund construction of two Veterans Care Centers in the Commonwealth. One is to be located in the Hampton Roads area, and the other in Northern Virginia. "Prince William County is an ideal location for the Northern Virginia Veterans Care Facility," said Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Board of County Supervisors. "This particular site is conveniently located to I-66 allowing easy access for family and friends to visit and within close proximity to the amenities and services needed for our deserving veterans to receive care at the planned facility."


RICHMOND - Governor Terry McAuliffe today proclaimed April as Month of the Military Child and encouraged Virginians to wear purple on April 15 to show their support for military-connected children. “Virginia is home to some of the nation's largest and most important military installations and second only to California in the number of active duty military members,” said Governor McAuliffe. “It should come as no surprise that the Commonwealth's schools educate more military children than schools in almost any other state.”


FAIRFAX - On Monday, March 2, all lanes on Richmond Highway (Route 1) in southern Fairfax County will be shifted to accommodate the placement of temporary traffic barriers to separate the construction zone from traffic, according to the Federal Highway Administration Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).



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