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Routes 460 and 29 Corridor

Improving safety through access management

Project at a Glance

Est Completion Date
November 2009



Brian Casto, PE

Citizen Information Meeting II - December 11, 2008

This meeting is being held to provide interested citizens an opportunity to informally review, discuss and provide input on several concepts to convert Route 460/29 to a limited access facility between Route 501 and the Route 29 Bypass that were developed from input received at the first citizen information meeting in mid-2008.
Due to current funding availability, the cost of completely reconstructing the corridor as studied in 2001 is not feasible.
Increased traffic volumes on this roadway have impacted safety. VDOT is investigating ways in which a project, or series of projects, may be completed in a phased approach as funding becomes available and would result in Route 460/29 being a limited access facility.
All comments received, both oral and written, will be reviewed by VDOT personnel. Questions and concerns raised as a result of this meeting will be considered by VDOT in the development of future improvement concepts for this roadway corridor. A comment sheet is included and your oral or written comments and input are encouraged.
Route 460/29 Corridor Citizen Information Meeting:
- Brochure
- Concepts
- Comment Sheet

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