Transportation

Under Corey’s leadership more than $1 billion in vital transportation projects have been completed or are underway in Prince William County.

Prince William County has the most robust local road building program of any county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As Chairman, Corey was instrumental in making sure the 2006 voter-approved Road Bond was fully funded. His commitment resulted in an investment of nearly $370 million into local roads.

Some of the major road projects during Corey’s tenure as Chairman that have eased the flow of traffic in Prince William County include:

  • Route 1 widening from Featherstone Road to Mary’s Way ($3 million – Summer 2016)
  • Route 1 widening from Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road ($58.5 million – Summer 2016)
  • Route 1 widening from Joplin Road to Bradys Hill Road ($67.5 million – Winter 2011)
  • Route 1 widening and intersection improvements at Route 123 ( $259 Million – Summer 2017)
  • Telegraph Road Commuter Lot (Phase I and II) ($12.4 million – Summer 2012)
  • Prince William Parkway widening from Old Bridge Road to Minnieville Road ($17.9 Million – Spring 2015)
  • Prince William Parkway widening from Old Bridge Road to Hoadly Road ($10.4 Million – Summer 2011)
  • Minnieville Road widening from Spriggs Road to Dumfries Road ($37.4 Million – Fall 2016)
  • Logmill Road Safety Improvements ($2.9 million – Fall 2013)
  • I-66 widening from 234 bypass to Route 29, and new interchange at Route 29 ($400 million – Summer 2015)
  • I-66 widening from Route 29 to Route 15, and new interchange at Route 15 ($132.5 million – Summer 2016)
  • Construction of Rollins Ford Road from Vint Hill Road to Songsparrow Drive ($21 million – Summer 2014)
  • Route 28 widening from Linton Hall Road to Vint Hill Road ($34.9 – Fall 2015)
  • Route 28 widening from Vint Hill Road to Fitzwater Drive ($35.6 million – Fall 2015)
  • Construction of University Boulevard extension ($23 million – Fall 2013)

Corey is continuing his commitment to investing in road infrastructure to allow for easier travel to jobs, schools, and the many recreational and leisure activities in Prince William County.