Virginia project will ease travel patterns with new bridges, ramps

12/1/2008 | Washington Post, The

Demolition work will start next month on Virginia's Gainesville interchange, a $223-million project that will overhaul an outdated travel pattern with new safety upgrades, bridges and ramps. "We're trying to separate traffic and eliminate all the weaving and stopping," said project manager Avtar Singh. The state Department of Transportation hopes to complete the project in 2015.

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