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February 2, 2010 <br />Regular Meeting <br />Ord. No. 10 -04 <br />Page Two <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the Prince William Board of <br />County Supervisors does hereby adopt the attached Comprehensive Plan Amendment <br />#PLN2008- 00202, Transportation and Mass Transit Plan Update, with the proposed text and <br />maps, as provided in the January 27, 2010 staff report; <br />BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that the following amendments be <br />incorporated into the proposed text and maps, as shown in bold and italics. <br />Text Amendments: <br />PW -1) James Madison Highway/Route 15 ( Loudoun County Lee Highway/Route 29) <br />(160' PA -2 standard — 174' only where requested by functional plan) — This <br />roadway supports inter - County traffic to and from Loudoun and Fauquier Counties <br />as well as supports intra- County movement to and through the Gainesville area. It <br />is currently the only existing major roadway connection between Prince William <br />County and Loudoun County. <br />Grade separation with the Norfolk- Southern <br />rail line should be evaluated for feasibility and need. The recommended <br />right -of -way for this roadway corresponds eg nerally to the PA -2 standard shown in <br />the Prince William County Design and Construction Standards Manual — except in <br />instances where the VDOT functional plan for this roadway recommends a higher <br />right -of -way standard. Context sensitive solutions for improving this roadway <br />should be evaluated and used where appropriate in areas that are part of the Journey <br />Through Hallowed Ground. <br />PA -12) Route 29 — Alternate Route (Lee Highway /Route 29 to Fairfax County) (156' PA- <br />P standard) — In an effort to provide access to and movement for the properties on <br />the southern side of the Manassas Battlefield, this roadway would provide an <br />additional connection from Route 29 in Prince William County to Route 29 in <br />Fairfax County. The right of way recommended for this roadway corresponds to <br />the PA -1 standard shown in the County's Design and Construction Standards <br />Manual. <br />TR2.4 Support VRE in the location of Cherry Hill, Innovation, and Gainesville, and <br />Haymarket as the highest priority for the expansion of services. <br />