Maintaining Secondary Roads

Virginia is seriously weighing the recommendation of a George Mason University study which suggests that localities maintain their own secondary roads instead of the state.  Cash-strapped localities don’t like the idea of the state handing over the responsibility to them.  But as Virginia Public Radio’s Tommie McNeil reports, some state officials say the current system is antiquated and prevents the Commonwealth from focusing on higher priority projects.


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