JAMES CITY COUNTY — The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is asking the public for feedback on a transportation study which assesses operational and safety improvements on Humelsine Parkway (Virginia Route 199) between Brookwood Drive and John Tyler Highway (Virginia Route 5)
The study will identify and analyze traffic issues along this corridor and its intersections. The primary focus will be on how to mitigate congestion as well as enhance safety for pedestrians, bicycles and public transportation.
According to a press release from VDOT, residents and travelers are encouraged to take the survey. The survey will be on the VDOT Project Pipeline website until March 18.
VDOT is also seeking public input for a similar study on the Jefferson Avenue (Route 143) and Fort Eustis Boulevard (Route 105) intersection in Newport News.
The study will analyze transportation issues at that intersection as well as issues with traffic traveling from the I-64 west off-ramp (exit 250). To take that survey and leave feed back click here. It will be available until March 14.