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HeadlinesNov. 15, 2018
VDOT WILL LIFT LANE CLOSURES DURING THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
Get to family and friends quicker and safer by preparing before you go
RICHMOND, Va. – Do you have plans to travel for Thanksgiving? Planning ahead for your trip may mean more time with family during the long weekend.
The Virginia Department of Transportation will suspend most highway work zones and lift most lane closures on interstates and other major roads in Virginia from noon Wednesday, Nov. 21, until noon Monday, Nov. 26.
Nov. 15, 2018
VDOT ON THE MOVE FOR MIXED PRECIPITATION THURSDAY
Travelers urged to use caution and go to 511Virginia.org for latest road conditions
RICHMOND, Va. – A mixed bag of precipitation is affecting much of the Commonwealth Thursday, and Virginia Department of Transportation crews are responding to adverse road conditions where needed. Snow, sleet, and heavy rain are expected across Virginia through the afternoon and overnight hours.
VDOT Is Ready for Snow
More than $205 million set aside for winter weather in Virginia
RICHMOND, Va. –The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is ready for winter weather, with staffing, equipment and snow removal materials in place and ready to go once it arrives.
UPDATED SCHEDULE: PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT ON PRIORITIZING TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
Meetings planned statewide through November
Please note below changes to the schedule for meetings in Northern Virginia and Fredericksburg.
RICHMOND, Va. – The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) is holding nine meetings across the commonwealth through November where the public will have the opportunity to get the latest information, ask questions and provide input on the prioritization of transportation projects.