Soccer fields at the Warhill Sports Complex are used for local and regional events.

WATA Purple Route bus line serves citizens the length of Longhill Road.

Olde Towne Road/Devon Road at Longhill Road experiences significant periods of congestion during the AM and PM peak hours.

Traffic and safety around schools on Longhill will be closely studied.

Innovative stormwater management techniques will be considered at Powhatan Creek.

Bicyclists are a common sight along the entire corridor.

Rural residential home located along south side of Longhill Road.

Longhill Road serves as a primary means of access for a large area of the County to Route 199 and the City of Williamsburg.

Latest News

Study approved by Board of Supervisors

The final Longhill Road Corridor Study was approved by the Board of Supervisors on Oct. 14, 2014 by a vote of 5-0. See final study report and appendices here.

Study recommended for approval

The final Longhill Road Corridor Study was recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on Sept. 3, 2014. It will go to the Board of Supervisors for approval on Oct.14, 2014. See final study report and appendices here.

Plans, Strategies Presented at Final Meeting

The revised concept design for the roadway, and strategies for implementing the study and phasing future improvements, were presented at the final public meeting on May 8, 2014 at New Zion Baptist Church, 3991 Longhill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188.

Plans presented at the meeting can be seen here.

Public workshopJCC Hosts Longhill Road Corridor Study Public Workshops

The Longhill Road Corridor Study is gathering speed and the finish line is in sight. The third public workshop was held over two sessions on February 19 and February 20 at Lafayette High School, 4460 Longhill Rd.

Workshop Helps Clarify Corridor's Future

About 50 citizens attended our second public meeting on the Longhill Road Corridor in November, offering their opinions on safety, bicycle and pedestrian use and landscaping. They were asked to vote on what measures would be most appropriate for the roadway.

October Public Meeting a Success

Our Project Symposium was held on October 3, 2013. About 70 citizens attended and learned more about the project, offered their thoughts and opinions, and helped us start to create a vision for the corridor's future.

Citizen Input Used to Design Four-Lane Longhill Road with Roundabouts, Stoplights | February 21, 2014

Residents who have been providing input on improving Longhill Road between Route 199 and Centerville Road since October had a look at what their suggestions helped design at a set of public meetings held this week. Read article »

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