Gov. McDonnell: Va. to Spend Nearly $155 million on Road Projects

June 21, 2013

Millions of dollars in road improvements are coming to the Commonwealth.

On Friday, Governor Bob McDonnell announced a plan to spend nearly $155 million on transportation projects.

Albemarle County will receive a total of $1,110,000, which will be used for putting in new sidewalks, as well as traffic services on Route 29 North.

Charlottesville will get more than $154,000 for citywide bridge maintenance, while $275,000 will be used to improve intersections on James Madison Highway in Fluvanna County.

A full listing of projects can he found on this website.

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