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The '''Eco-Logical Pilot Project - Free Bridge Congestion Relief''' is a project of the [[Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission]] and the [[Metropolitan Planning Organization]]. The goal is to relieve congestion on U.S. 250 at [[Free Bridge]], a site where an average of 53,000 vehicles a day pass.  
 
The '''Eco-Logical Pilot Project - Free Bridge Congestion Relief''' is a project of the [[Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission]] and the [[Metropolitan Planning Organization]]. The goal is to relieve congestion on U.S. 250 at [[Free Bridge]], a site where an average of 53,000 vehicles a day pass.  
  
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'''See [[Free Bridge]] page for more information on this project'''
  
 
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Revision as of 12:49, 5 May 2019

The Eco-Logical Pilot Project - Free Bridge Congestion Relief is a project of the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission and the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The goal is to relieve congestion on U.S. 250 at Free Bridge, a site where an average of 53,000 vehicles a day pass.


See Free Bridge page for more information on this project


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Resources

Stakeholder guide: File:TJPDC-Eco-Logical-Stakeholder-Guide.pdf

References


External Links

Official site