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Virginia Department of Transportation

About Virginia Department of Transportation

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) operates as a government agency. The agency responsible for building, maintaining, and operating the state's roads, bridges, and tunnels. The company's mission is to plan, deliver, operate, and maintain a transportation system that is safe, enables easy movement of people and goods, enhances the economy, and improves life. It is based in Richmond, Virginia.

Headquarters Location

1401 E Broad St

Richmond, Virginia, 23219,

United States

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Latest Virginia Department of Transportation News

VDOT looks to repair ‘deteriorating’ I-66 overpass and parking lot

Oct 31, 2022

The parking garage over I-66 near Ballston is falling apart and needs repairs, says the Virginia Department of Transportation. The garage sits above I-66 between N. Stafford and Quincy streets, next to Washington-Liberty High School. It serves as the primary parking area for the school and is the site of a seasonal flea market, called the Arlington Civitan Open Air Market . VDOT has launched a public engagement period to brief locals on the garage’s deteriorating condition and the $2.7 million in planned improvements. Through next Monday, Nov. 7, people can provide comments online in a survey and by email or postal mail. The Commonwealth seeks public input on repairing and rehabilitating the parking garage over I-66 at Washington-Liberty HS. And yes, galvanic cathodic protection is on the menu. The state transportation department says it aims to minimize traffic disruptions and keep most parking spaces available during construction. VDOT expects to send out the project for bid next summer and to start work in the fall of 2023, with construction wrapping up in about six months. “The purpose of this project is to address various conditions identified through routine inspections that are likely to deteriorate further if not repaired soon,” a VDOT staff member said in a presentation . “Delaying action could allow some of them to become critical requiring much more extensive, expensive and disruptive repairs down the road. The repairs will ensure the structure remains safe for all users for years to come.” The garage was built in 1982, and since then, there has been no major work performed beyond routine maintenance, VDOT Communications Coordinator Mike Murphy tells ARLnow. After 40 years of exposure to the elements — including cycles of freezing and thawing, anti-icing salts, and high temperatures — the garage’s columns and surfaces are worse for wear, according to the state transportation department’s presentation. The presenter said these signs of deterioration are typical of structures this age. Slides showing deterioration of the I-66 overpass and parking lot (via VDOT) Some columns on the garage’s lower level need significant repairs to ensure its structural integrity, the presenter said. Leaking water has caused the reinforcing steel within the concrete to corrode, causing the concrete to break in flakes. Slides showing deterioration of the I-66 overpass and parking lot (via VDOT) In one phase of the project, traffic lanes on I-66 will be shifted to the outside lane and the shoulder to allow work along the median, per the presentation. Lane closures are expected to be limited to single lanes. “The majority of repair work occurs on the lower level along I-66, which is isolated from parking areas of the garage,” the VDOT staff member said. “There will be no changes to local traffic patterns or pedestrian flow on N. Quincy Street, N. Stafford Street, or 15th Street N.” No impacts to the Custis Trail — which runs parallel to I-66 under the garage — are anticipated at this time, Murphy said. The Arlington Philharmonic, in its 17th season, is a vibrant community based professional symphony orchestra that plays the best of classical music in Arlington. From well-loved classics to brand new compositions, the symphony performs a variety of repertoire. Chamber music, choral works, symphonic music and concertos with dazzling local soloists engage our enthusiastic audiences. The mission of the Arlington Philharmonic is to make classical music accessible to every Arlington resident, to promote the value of classical music in our civic life, and to build strong, creative partnerships with schools, local government, businesses and other organizations. The Philharmonic is unique among regional professional orchestras because almost all of our performances are free. This means that quality classical music is available to everyone in our community. Join the conversation about positive change in our community! Encore Stage & Studio and the Leadership Center for Excellence are hosting a special presentation of Flip the Script: The Day Nothing Happened on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 3 p.m._ _ The family-friendly performance explores the 1959 desegregation of Arlington’s Stratford Junior High School. In February of that year, four African-American students bravely walked through its doors, making Stratford the first public secondary school in Virginia to be desegregated following the landmark _Brown v. Board of Education _Supreme Court ruling. This special performance and discussion will be held at Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre (125 S. Old Glebe Rd. Arlington, VA 22204). “Encore’s Flip the Script program is a unique opportunity for students to discover community history and interpret it through the lens of theatre,” says Sara Duke, Executive Director of Encore Stage & Studio.

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  • Where is Virginia Department of Transportation's headquarters?

    Virginia Department of Transportation's headquarters is located at 1401 E Broad St, Richmond.

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