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A 30 year-old idea to build a road to help the growing Northern Virginia population may be getting some new life.
There are new signs going up on three major roads in Northern Virginia that mean more than just new road numbers.
Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board has approved $5 million for preliminary engineering and design work for the Bi-County Parkway. The ten mile stretch would extend Route 234/Prince William Parkway into Loudoun County near Route 50.
The truck, which did not overturn or jackknife, first started sitting across the roadway prior to the Prince William Parkway just after 6:15 a.m.
Three heavily traveled commuter routes -- the Fairfax County Parkway, Prince William Parkway and Franconia-Springfield Parkway -- will be renamed and renumbered.
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