RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia officials are seeking public comment on plans for the future of the state's transportation network.
The state's transportation agencies want input on plans for all modes of transportation, including transit, highways, rail, freight, bike and pedestrian, aviation and ports.
Anyone looking to comment on the plans can do so at several meetings. Officials are holding public meetings in Chesapeake, Richmond and Arlington this week. A similar hearing was held last week in Roanoke.
For meeting information or to comment on the plans, visit www.vtrans.org.