Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Residents Call For Restraint On Road Widening in Transportation Plan

Leesburg Today had an interesting article on Friday about last week's public hearing on the draft Countywide Transportation Plan. According to the article:

"Many of the residents from that area said they were concerned the widening of roads and road extensions could be use to justify additional development in an area that has previously been eyed for new mixed-use communities and neighborhoods, and asked the Planning Commission not to let the CTP, in effect, change the county's planning policies for the the transition area.

"The roads most objected to by residents are the Lenah Loop, Tall Cedars Parkway, the once called Tri-County Parkway and limited-access highway improvements to Rt. 50."

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