Route 29 Solutions Advisory Panel meeting cancelled due to winter storm

road-work-headerThe Route 29 Project Delivery Advisory Panel’s meeting on Thursday at the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research in Charlottesville has been cancelled due to the forecast winter storm.

The panel’s next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 19, the regularly scheduled date.

Podcasts of past meetings can be found on the project website, www.Route29Solutions.org. Video recordings of the meetings are posted to VDOT’s YouTube channel and are available via the Route 29 advisory panel web page: www.route29solutions.org/panels_meetings/meeting_docs.asp

There is a public discussion forum online at www.route29solutions.org/provide_input/default.asp

Members of the public can also submit comments via email to Route29Solutions@VDOT.virginia.gov. Those comments will be shared with the project delivery advisory panel and the VDOT project team.

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