The I-64 Corridor Study Team has developed an interactive corridor study map.

Every year, the SAWMPO sets the region's transportation safety and performance targets to meet state and national Transportation Performance Management (TPM) safety goals.

The SAWMPO is conducting a Small Area Study near Interstate 81 Exit 235 in Weyers Cave. The study is evaluating mid-term solutions to periodic congestion, and long-term corridor needs and intersection configurations to accommodate future growth along Route 256 between US 11 and Triangle Drive.

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) is developing the Statewide Rail Plan (SRP) projects, policies, and initiatives that will guide future growth and development in Virginia. 

The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) will consider public comments as it develops the FY2022-2027 Six-Year Improvement Program both via a virtual meeting in April, and via written comments through May 17, 2021.

An expansion of the Town Center Park and Ride commuter lot in Waynesboro is scheduled to begin March 29, 2021. The $1 million project will provide additional parking spaces, new transit facilities and improved access and lighting.

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), in partnership with the Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT), is collecting data associated with travel to and from work in response to COVID-19 in Virginia through three different surveys. These surveys aim to capture changes in co

The Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (SAWMPO) released an amendment to the Title VI Plan for public comment.

The Commonwealth Transportation (CTB) released scores for the fourth round of transportation projects to be evaluated under the SMART SCALE prioritization process at their January

Beginning January 1, 2021, it is now illegal to hold a handheld personal communications device (e.g., a smart phone) while driving a moving motor vehicle. The "hands-free" law allows police to pull a driver over for having a phone in their hand.

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