Transportation & Infrastructure


Virginia's Transportation Infrastructure Needs Federal Help
Warner Proposes Investments During Regional Transit Roundtable

ARLINGTON - Virginia's transportation industry needs federal support.

When will the power come back on?
When Will the Lights Come Back on in Virginia?

DINWIDDIE – As of midnight Friday, more than 27,900 Virginians were still in the dark. It may take a few days, however, to fully restore power.

Light,Rail Passenger Trains Could Come to Southwest VA
Southwest Virginia on Track to Receive Regional Rail Service

CHRISTIANSBURG- Legislators from across the Commonwealth have rallied around the idea of extending passenger rail service into Southwest Virginia.

Virginia's Road Budget Got Hit by COVID-19
The Pandemic Took $750 Million From VA’s Transportation Budget. Here’s What Happens Now.

RICHMOND-The Virginia Department of Transportation lost $750 million due to the pandemic.

Members of the Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights endorsed several bills Thursday.
Looking Ahead to Next Year: JLARC Prioritizes Unemployment, Housing Studies

RICHMOND-We got a glimpse this week into priorities the Virginia General Assembly have for the upcoming session.

VDOT Ready for Winter Work
VDOT Ready to Tackle Virginia’s Wintry Roads

RICHMOND – Old Man Winter’s not too far off in the distance.

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Virginia is One of The Worst States to Drive in. These Bills Could Fix That.

Increased gas taxes will pay for road improvements and passenger rail. The most significant transportation package in decades is progressing in the Virginia General Assembly. Companion bills that would change how the state collects transportation revenues and how much money it puts into modernizations, among other changes, have passed the Virginia House of Delegates and...