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Weekend Ramp Work along Dulles Toll Road

From MWAA:

Beginning this weekend, a four month project will replace electronic equipment along the Dulles Toll Road ramps. Single lane closures are planned in the work zone. Only one ramp along the 14-mile Toll Road will be affected at a time. While work crews are present, traffic will be directed through the open lanes.

Schedule:

WELLINGTON ROAD in MANASSAS, Va. NOW OPEN with FOUR LANES; MANASSAS MAYOR HAL PARRISH CUTS RIBBON

WELLINGTON ROAD in MANASSAS, Va. NOW OPEN with FOUR LANES; MANASSAS MAYOR HAL PARRISH CUTS RIBBON

The City of Manassas Department of Public Works and Utilities officially completed the Wellington Road Widening Project, between Godwin Drive and Nokesville Road in Manassas, Va. with Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish and city council members cutting the ribbon to open the road. The 4,100-foot road is now open to the public. For details on the Wellington Road project, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8266.

Fairfax Connector Implements Changes on Ten Routes

From Fairfax County Department of Transportation:

Effective Saturday, January 14, 2012, Fairfax Connector will modify 10 routes to better serve passenger needs and improve the on-time performance of existing routes. The affected routes include: 101, 171, 304, 305, 306, 333, 334, 335, 623 and 652.

Following is a summary of the changes:

Routes 101 and 171

•               Minor adjustment of departure times to improve on-time performance.

Route 304

•               Schedule adjustments to improve on-time performance.

Route 305

New Toll Structure for The Dulles Greenway on January 1

From Dulles Greenway:

Troopers Protect You All Year, Keep Them Safe

From the Virginia State Police:

FAIRFAX CO., Va. – As more motorists take to the highways for the holidays, Virginia State Police will maximize its efforts during the Christmas and New Year’s weekends with increased enforcement to ensure those individuals make it to their destinations safely. In turn, Virginia State Police reminds all drivers to keep troopers safe by obeying the posted speed limits, paying attention to the road and complying with Virginia’s “Move Over” law.

Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter Driving

From Fairfax County:

The winter storm last Jan. 26, left many residents in the region stuck in traffic and stranded in their vehicles for up to 12 hours. This winter, don’t be caught unprepared!

Keep an emergency preparedness kit in your vehicle. FEMA recommends including the following items:
• Shovel.
• Water.
• Flashlight.
• Battery (or hand-crank) radio.
• Snack food.
• Matches.
• Extra clothing.
• First-aid kit.
• Blankets.
• Emergency flares.
• Booster cables.