The Commonwealth Transportation Board will hold nine public meetings across the commonwealth from August through October on various transportation initiatives.
The public is invited to share comments on transportation projects that have been scored and recommended for funding.
Virginia lawmakers are poised to take the first step towards the passage of a constitutional amendment to protect transportation funds.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board voted on the first wave of transportation projects scored by Virginia’s new data-driven prioritization process.
The bridge over Pleasant Run on Route 988 (Scholars Road) in Rockingham County is closed for bridge work.
The inaugural Women in Transportation Seminar is set for Aug. 31-Sept. 1 at The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center.
Overnight lane closures are scheduled for northbound and southbound Interstate 81 in Frederick County for four consecutive nights beginning May 31.
The Virginia Transit Association unanimously elected Falls Church Councilor, The Honorable David Snyder, as President of the Association.
VDOT will install flashing yellow arrow signals in Albemarle, Louisa, Culpeper to improve left turn safety, efficiency
New signals use a flashing yellow arrow instead of a solid green ball to indicate that drivers may turn left after yielding to oncoming traffic.
The Route 748 bridge over Spring Creek is scheduled to close Tuesday, May 31, through Thursday, June 2, for bridge repairs.
Construction on the Rio Road grade-separated intersection will continue over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
BRITE Bus, Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro’s transit service, is introducing significant improvements to Staunton’s trolley and bus service beginning May 31.
The Virginia Department of Transportation invites residents of Central Virginia to weigh in on recommended transportation projects.
In the early years of the 20th century travelers were advised not to come to Virginia because of the poor condition of the roads.
Virginia Tech graduate student Kayla Sykes of Richmond tested an in-vehicle application with the potential to improve driver safety and save time.
MILG Transport has a new online presence with a website designed by Augusta Free Press.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced major projects to improve transportation on one of the most heavily traveled corridors in the country – I-95 and I-395 in Northern Virginia.
Phase 2 of the Downtown Crozet Streetscape project has received honorable mention in the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance’s 2015 Transportation Engineering Awards. This recognition comes nearly a year after the completion of Phase 2 of the Crozet Streetscape project.
Virginia House of Delegates Speaker William J. Howell (R-Stafford) and House Republican leaders commented Sunday ahead of Governor McAuliffe’s campaign stops in Northern Virginia. House leaders encouraged voters in Northern Virginia to reject the Governor’s plan to add $17 tolls on I-66 and criticized the Governor’s divisive, Washington-style campaign.
Federal and state officials received hands-on experience Monday with “hands-off” automated and connected driving as they traveled a 10-mile stretch of an interstate highway in Northern Virginia in cars sporting the latest automated- and connected-vehicle technology.
Virginia Tech teams with Federal Highway Administration to bring new road safety technology to United States
In a project funded by the Federal Highway Administration, the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute has welcomed the first Sideway-force Coefficient Routine Investigation Machine, or SCRIM for short, to the United States.
Overnight lane closures are scheduled to take place this week on Interstate 81 northbound and southbound in Frederick County between mile marker 309 and 311 near Winchester.
The removal of an overhead sign structure from Route 29 (Emmet Street) between Hydraulic Road and the Route 29/250 interchange will require traffic delays overnight Tuesday.