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I wouldn't mind so much letting Northern Va. (and HR) to fund a greater share of its projects as long as it can tell VDOT and the State at large to take a hike when it comes to deciding what to do with the money. That really isn't the case.

The biggest threat to Fairfax County leveraging its proto-urban areas is VDOT who can apparently find no evidence of people living in close quarters without the need for two left turn lanes at every intersection.

by drumz on Feb 25, 2013 10:01 am • linkreport

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