Transportation Solutions

Over 160 people attended our community meeting in Aldie on February 11th at John Champe High School, 120 people on March 4th in Middleburg, and 40 people on March 18th in Ashburn. The meetings were co-hosted by PEC, the Aldie Heritage Association, Prince William Conservation Alliance, Goose Creek Association, Mosby Heritage Area Association, and  the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy.

Although the majority of the attendees lived in areas near the proposed highway, many of them were unaware of the proposal. Below is the presentation that was given by Chris Miller, President of the Piedmont Environmental Council.



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So Many Names

This project has been proposed and rejected many times.  It has had multiple configurations and many different names, but all are components of an 'Outer Beltway.'

234 Bypass Extended (1988)
Washington Bypass (1989) 
Western Transportation
Tri-County Parkway (2005)
Bi-County Parkway (2011)
North-South Corridor of
    Statewide Significance

Northstar  Blvd and Belmont Ridge Rd (2012)
234 Bypass (2013) 

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