Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Leesburg Projects Among Those to Receive NVTA Funding

According to Leesburg Today, when the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority voted last week to approve a $392 million spending plan, it included two major road projects in Leesburg in its Six Year Plan. (see last Friday's Loudoun County Traffic post for more details.)

The paper reports that the two projects -- the interchange at the Rt. 15 bypass and Edwards Ferry Road and the widening of Rt. 15 between Evergreen Mill Road and the southern corporate limits of the town -- received unanimous support from NVTA members, who will dedicate over $11.5 million in FY2009 and FY2010 to them. Also included in the approved funding plan was the funding toward the construction of the Rt. 7/Rt. 659 interchange.

Funding relies on the package of regional taxes and fees imposed by the NVTA as part of the General Assembly's 2007 transportation funding package.

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