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Rt. 29 Advisory Panel Meets Thursday (10/15) in Staunton

route 29 solutions vdotRemote meeting will be live-streamed; panel will tour regional Traffic Operations Center

CHARLOTTESVILLE – The Route 29 Project Delivery Advisory Panel will hold its biweekly meeting at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Staunton District Headquarters, 811 Commerce Drive, Staunton, Va. 24401. The panel will meet from 2-3 p.m., followed by a briefing at the Northwestern Regional Traffic Operations Center. The panel members will be briefed on the TOC’s role in managing traffic and the adaptive traffic signal control technology that is being installed on the Route 29 corridor.

The meeting agenda is available on the Route 29 Solutions page on VDOT’s website. The presentation that will be used during the meeting will also be posted on the web page before the meeting begins.

The meeting is open to the public to observe the discussions, but public comments will not be taken. The public can submit comments online at www.Route29Solutions.org and may access a web link to watch the meeting live online. The tour and briefing at the Traffic Operations Center will not be live-streamed.

Live web streaming

Access the live-streaming link at www.Route29Solutions.org. The direct link to the streaming service is http://www.windrosemedia.com/windstream/vdot-specialprojects/.

Note: The link will not be active until shortly before the meeting begins at 2 p.m. on Oct. 15.

Podcast and video

The meeting will also be recorded and be available by podcast on www.Route29Solutions.org. The podcast will be posted to the web page following the meeting. A video recording of the meeting will be posted to VDOT’s YouTube channel and will be available via the Route 29 advisory panel web page: http://www.route29solutions.org/panels_meetings/meeting_docs.asp

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