To accommodate milling and paving operations as well as shoulder widening along Route 28, the Prince William County Transportation Department announced lane closures on Linton Hall Road and Vint Hill Road the week of April 2-7.
A newly widened Route 28 and realigned Vint Hill Road was officially opened to traffic after the Prince William Board of County Supervisors held a ribbon cutting ceremony, Monday morning.
The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) recently held a meeting at Gainesville Middle School to get public input on extending commuter rail service 11-miles from Manassas through Gainesville and into the Town of Haymarket. VRE held the meeting to get public input during the study phase.
At a special meeting of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors Monday morning, board members voted unanimously to send a letter to Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne to convey their opposition to VDOT’s (Virginia Department of Transportation) proposal to build a park & ride on the Heflin farm property. “This letter is an official request […]
Corey Stewart (R) recently announced that during his tenure as Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, the jurisdiction has invested more in local roads than any other locality in the state.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority awarded Prince William County a $1.5 million grant to study the feasibility of bringing the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) to Gainesville and Haymarket.
Gainesville District Supervisor Pete Candland held a tele-town hall meeting Feb. 15 to gage his constituents’ priorities during budget season.