The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) proposes to construct a 2.2-mile, two lane roadway (Route 784) with bike lanes, a multipurpose trail, a 5-foot-wide sidewalk, and stormwater facilities, on a new location northwest of the Town of Culpeper, in Culpeper County, Virginia. The southern terminus will connect to the existing Route 522, and the northern terminus will connect to the existing Route 729. The public comment period ends on February 21, 2015.
Seagate Terminals LLC proposes to develop a marine terminal on the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River that will handle bulk materials for import and export. The approximate 15-acre landside facility will permanently impact thousands of square feet of wetlands. The public comment period ends Feb. 19, 2015.
The applicant proposes to fill waters of the U.S. for the purpose of providing pre-developed infrastructure, transportation, and pad site improvements of a size necessary to attract an industrial use capable of providing a transformational, substantial positive economic impact to the Danville/Pittsylvania County area.
Bradley Square Neighborhoods, LLC proposes to permanently impact 0.87 acres of jurisdictional wetlands for the realignment of and improvements to the existing Old Dominion Drive to the east for approximately 0.3 of a mile in Prince William County, Virginia. Comment period ends Febr. 9, 2015.
Prince William County proposes to widen and improve Route 28 (Nokesville Road), including new crossing structures and stormwater management facilities. Comments are due by Feb. 6, 2015.