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Speeding Driver Causes Seven Car Pileup on I-66 at Route 234 Business

Speeding Driver Causes Seven Car Pileup on I-66 at Route 234 Business

| July 31, 2017 | 0 Comments | News

Driver who refused to stop for trooper, caused a seven-car pileup at the I-66 exit onto Route 234 Business in Manassas, Monday afternoon, according to Virginia State Police.

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BOCS Accepts New Requirements for 234 Closure

BOCS Accepts New Requirements for 234 Closure

| September 17, 2013 | 1 Comment | News

The Board of County Supervisors approved a new resolution stating they will not close State Route 234 until the entire Battlefield Bypass has been completed and opened to traffic.

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Supervisors Revisit Closing of Route 234

Supervisors Revisit Closing of Route 234

| September 16, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

When the Board of County Supervisors decided to write a resolution on their consent agenda stating that the closure of State Route 234 would be contingent on the opening of an alternate route, not everyone was in agreement over what was meant by an alternate route.

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Del. Hugo Says Vote on North-South Corridor Delayed

Del. Hugo Says Vote on North-South Corridor Delayed

| May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments | Education

The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) decided to postpone its vote to approve the building of the North-South Corridor/Bi-County Parkway.

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Virginia-Elected Officials Rally Richmond in Delaying the Bi-County Parkway

Virginia-Elected Officials Rally Richmond in Delaying the Bi-County Parkway

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

In respond to citizens’ concerns, U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf and Va. Del. Tim Hugo have taken their fight against the Bi-County Parkway to Richmond.

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Citizens, Supervisors Address Closing of Roads around Battlefield

Citizens, Supervisors Address Closing of Roads around Battlefield

| May 8, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

Several Western Prince William County citizens spoke out against the Bi-County Parkway, and supervisors responded at their May 7 meeting.

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