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Posted on: April 22, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Commonwealth Accepting Public Comments - Funding the Right Transportation Projects

Commonwealth Transportation Board - SYIP FY 19-24 - Spring 2018

As part of this, the CTB held public hearings from April 16th through May 14th across the Commonwealth.  Staff from Goochland County attended the regional public hearing for the Richmond District, which includes Goochland County, on Tuesday, April 24th at the Hilton Garden Inn (800 Southpark Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834) in Colonial Heights.  While staff presented comments to the CTB at the meeting it is important that they hear from citizens as well.  

Comments will be accepted may be submitted via mail, email or online until May 30, 2018.

Mail: Infrastructure Investment Director, VDOT, 140 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia 23219



The Commonwealth Transportation Board will take your comments into consideration as it develops the Six-Year Improvement Program (FY 2019-2024 SYIP). The program allocates public funds to highway, road, bridge, rail, bicycle, pedestrian and public transportation projects. All federally eligible projects in the SYIP will be included in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program to document how Virginia will obligate its federal funds.

You can review the list of projects and funding allocations in the proposed Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP) via a map or project list.  The SYIP Database is accessible at and for project status see the SMART SCALE Dashboard or the VDOT Dashboard

Critically important projects in Goochland include: 

  • Improve interchange at Rt. 288 and Broad Street Road (Rt. 250)
  • Install a traffic signal at the intersection of Patterson Avenue (Rt. 6) and West Creek Parkway
  • Install a traffic signal at the interchange of I-64 and Ashland Road (Rt. 623)

For more information about the SYIP visit  Comments may be submitted via mail, email or online until May 30, 2018.

CTB 2018-Funding the Right Transportation Projects
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