The panel will review conceptual drawings for the Vint Hill Road (above) and Broad Run Church Road intersections.
A Route 29 advisory panel will meet Thursday in Warrenton to continue discussing ways to enhance safety, access and traffic flow along the four-lane highway between Warrenton and Prince William County.
The Nov. 29 meeting will take place at 1 p.m. in the Warren Green Building at 10 Hotel St.
The citizens’ group Thursday will focus on potential improvements to the Vint Hill Road and Route 600 intersections.
The nine-member panel, which will assist the Virginia Department of Transportation, includes Fauquier and Prince William county representatives, merchants and citizens. It already has met three times.
Individuals may attend and observe the public meetings but not comment during them.
The advisory plans to meet three more times: Jan. 24, Feb. 28 and March 28. Meetings will take place 1-3 p.m. in the Warren Green Building.
For information about the advisory group’s work and documents related to previous studies of the approximately three-mile study corridor, click here.