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State's six-year road plan approved page 2
The Commonwealth Transportation Board passed its $11.4-billion Six-Year Improvement Plan. Numerous big area projects are included in the plan.

Date published: 6/21/2012


Key Spotsylvania projects in the plan include the State Route 3 widening and the Spotsylvania Courthouse bypass, both of which are currently under construction.

Spotsylvania's third-track and Virginia Railway Express station projects are also included in the six-year plan.

The third-track project is estimated to cost $32 million. The station will cost $3.425 million. The projects are being paid for by VRE, CSX and Spotsylvania, as well as state and federal grants.

Fredericksburg also has several projects in the state's six-year plan, including the canal bridge replacement on Fall Hill Avenue and the I-95 bridge replacement on the same road.

The canal bridge project will cost up to $3 million.

Work is slated to begin in January and will run through November. Fall Hill will be closed to through traffic during the project.

The I-95 bridge project, with an estimated $36.6 million price tag, is still in the design phase.

Also during Wednesday's meeting, the CTB approved a $4.2 billion fiscal 2013 budget for the Virginia Department of Transportation.

Scott Shenk: 540/374-5436
Email: sshenk@freelancestar.com

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Below is a sampling of key area projects included in the state's 2013-2018 funding plan.


Courthouse Road/Interstate 95 interchange reconstruction

U.S. 17 widening

Falmouth intersection reconstruction

Virginia Railway Express lot expansions at Brooke and Leeland roads

U.S. 1 widening in north Stafford


The current State Route 3 widening project

The VRE third-track and station projects

Gordon Road/Route 3 commuter lot expansion

The current Courthouse Road bypass


Fall Hill Avenue canal bridge replacement

Replacement of the Fall Hill Avenue bridge over Interstate 95