Transportation Budget Chairman Applauds Upcoming Investment in King William County

~ King William Delegate Christopher K. Peace applauds VDOT rehabilitation of Route 30 in King William ~

Central Virginia- Delegate Christopher K. Peace (R-Hanover), chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee on Transportation, applauds new investments in transportation projects by Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) in King William.  VDOT will begin major road repairs in King William on Route 30 beginning in July 2014.

The VDOT contract, valued at $4.4 million, will repair a 4.4 mile section of Route 30 west of Route 360 and a 1.88 mile section in the Town of West Point.  VDOT will be removing and replacing four inches of asphalt on the 4.4 miles section west of Route 360 and removing and replacing two inches of asphalt on the 1.88 mile section in the Town of West Point.

In response to the upcoming road work, Delegate Peace stated, “Route 30 is a major transportation artery for citizens and business.  Transportation investments in King William will be greatly beneficial to residents, many of whom have contacted my office and raised serious concerns over road conditions.  Being mindful of the needs of the District and responsiveness to constituent concerns are my top priorities.” 

Delegate Christopher K. Peace was elected to represent the 97th District of the Virginia House of Delegates.  The District includes parts of Hanover, King William, and all of New Kent County.