Open to the Public

 

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation offer many opportunities for citizens to learn about and give their opinions on transportation projects and issues. (Nondiscrimination policy).

For details on a particular meeting, contact the VDOT district office nearest the location. District descriptions, phone numbers and email addresses are on our transportation directory page.
 

 

Public Hearings, Meetings, Events and Comment Opportunities

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Date Event Location
Jan. 23, 2020

5 - 6:30 p.m.

Design public hearing

Route 7667 (Skipwith Rd.) and Route 157 (Pemberton Rd.) Bridge Rehabilitations, Henrico County

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Gayton - Henrico County Public Library
10600 Gayton Rd
Henrico

Jan. 23, 2020

5 – 7 p.m.

Citizen information meeting

Routes 122 and 636 intersection improvements, Franklin County

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Burnt Chimney Elementary School
80 Burnt Chimney Road
Wirtz

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Jan. 29, 2020

4 – 6 p.m.

Design public hearing

Staunton Crossing Street Extension, Staunton

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Bessie Weller Elementary School
600 Greenville Ave.
Staunton

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Jan. 30, 2020

6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Citizen information meeting

Route 50 STARS Safety and Operational Improvements Study, Fairfax County

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Brookfield Elementary School
4200 Lees Corner Road
Chantilly

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Feb. 13, 2020

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Citizen information meeting

Braddock Road and Old Lee Road Safety and Operational Improvements Study, Fairfax County

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Westfield High School, Lecture Hall
4700 Stonecroft Boulevard
Chantilly
(Inclement weather date: Thursday, February 20)

Feb. 24, 2020

5 - 7 p.m.

Design public hearing

Route 17 (George Washington Memorial Highway) at Route 216 (Guinea Road), Intersection Improvements, Gloucester County

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Abingdon Elementary School Cafeteria
7087 Powhatan Drive
Hayes
(Inclement weather date: Monday, March 2)

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Commonwealth Transportation Board

Appointed by the governor, the 17-member Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) establishes administrative policies for Virginia's transportation system.

The CTB allocates highway funding to specific projects, locates routes and provides funding for airports, seaports and public transportation.

The board usually meets on the third Tuesday and Wednesday of the month in months where meetings are scheduled.

For specific meeting, times and locations, consult the meeting schedule.

Ad hoc meetings may also be called at the discretion of the Secretary of Transportation.

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Page last modified: Jan. 21, 2020