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9 meetings set to gather public input on prioritizing Virginia transportation projects


RICHMOND, Virginia — The Commonwealth Transportation Board is asking the public for input on prioritizing transportation projects.

The board has scheduled nine public meetings around Virginia in November. The meetings will give the public an opportunity to review and provide input on 321 proposed local and regional projects that localities submitted to be scored.

The first meeting will be held in Bristol on Monday. Other meetings are set for Nov. 9 in Lynchburg, Nov. 10 in Chesapeake, Nov. 16 in Fairfax, Nov. 18 in Roanoke, Nov. 19 in Verona, Nov. 23 in Culpeper and Nov. 30 in Henrico.

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