Reasonable Solutions for I-81
The Shenandoah Valley Network released a six-point plan addressing the real needs on I-81 while respecting the communities in the corridor. Dozens of local governments and community groups have endorsed the “Reasonable Solutions for the Future of I-81.”
The state finally released the long-awaited study to determine the costs and potential of delivering truck freight from I-81 to rail.
Dozens of local governments and community groups have endorsed the "Reasonable Solutions for the Future of I-81."
View the list of organizations that have adopted Reasonable Solutions.
Norfolk Southern's plan for the Crescent Corridor, a $2.5 billion upgrade of rail freight lines from New Jersey to Louisiana, could take one million trucks off I-81, including 750,000 trucks in Virginia