Transportation & Infrastructure


Democratic candidate for Governor of Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, left, listens as Del. Lee Carter speaks during a debate held in Bristol, Va., on Thursday, May 6, 2021. (David Crigger/Bristol Herald Courier via AP)
Democrats Debate: Candidates Outline Plans For Broadband Expansion

BRISTOL-How do you provide universal broadband access for Virginia? Candidates for governor all explained how they would solve the problem.

A look at the Virginia Railway Express train at the Manassas Train Station. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
New River Valley Gets Rail: State Launches Western Initiative

CHRISTIANSBURG – For the first time since 1979, a passenger train is coming to the New River Valley. But that's just the start of railway changes we'll see over the next few years.

How Do You Work When the Wi-Fi Doesn’t?

COLLINSVILLE-Parts of Virginia like Henry County struggle with infrastructure needs, like a lack of accessible broadband. What's the solution?

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 29

BRISTOL-The NAACP calls for resignations in Windsor, work will continue on I-81, no more masks for Fairfax County and we talk about early voting.

Traffic signs in Richmond causing traffic confusion
Richmond’s Traffic Safety Signs Flagged as a Potential Hazard

Over the past few weeks, Richmond residents have noticed new signs popping up in the middle of roads all over the city. Now, they're a meme on Reddit.

Broadband Expansion Could Be Coming to Pittsylvania
Pittsylvania County Will See Expanded Broadband Thanks to RiverStreet

CHATHAM-RiverStreet Networks will connect more Pittsylvania County homes to the internet through 2022. It's part of a larger plan.

A Look at The Burning Tractor Trailer Full of Paper On I-95
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Tuesday, March 30

SPOTSYLVANIA-Paper causes a traffic jam, Arlington residents get a drone warning, Charlottesville offers a housing solution and we celebrate the birthday of a District.