Updated 3/12/2020 — VDOT announced that the meeting will be postponed to a date in April.
Updated at 7:15 p.m. — A Dranesville District Supervisor email this evening says that the meeting will be live streamed.
Earlier: For people avoiding meetings to prevent the coronavirus, an upcoming meeting on the plans to extend the 495 Express Lanes will be filmed.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is set to present the results of the I-495 NEXT environmental study and traffic analysis on Thursday, March 12.
The meeting is scheduled to last from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Langley High School (6520 Georgetown Pike). People will have a chance to provide comments and ask questions after the presentation at 7 p.m.
VDOT said in an email today (Wednesday) that the video of the meeting will be available online starting Monday (March 16).
Currently, the 495 Express Lanes Northern Extension project — a.k.a. 495 NEXT — would extend the 495 Express Lanes north from the I-495 and Dulles Access Road interchange up to the American Legion Bridge and add two new tolled express lanes in each direction.
People will have through April 15 to submit comments either online, at the public hearing, by email or by mail.
“Questions or requests for more information can be emailed to [email protected] virginia.gov, and a project representative will respond,” VDOT said.
VDOT said that the meeting would be rescheduled if Fairfax County Public Schools close. If inclement weather happens, the meeting would get moved to next Wednesday, March 18.
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