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    This workshop will focus on providing an overview of local programs and provide training for program management and project development. The workshop will be held on September 9-11, 2019 at the Williamsburg Lodge in Colonial Williamsburg. The theme of the Local Programs Workshop is "Network for Success" and will bring together local government, VDOT, and private sector staff to discuss delivery of the local transportation program. In addition to the plenary sessions, the workshop will feature 20 breakout sessions, scheduled in four concurrent tracks, over the two-day workshop.

    This workshop is intended for those within local public agencies that have oversight of locally administered projects, in addition to Transportation Alternatives project sponsors, consultants and VDOT staff involved in locally administered projects.

    For additional information regarding the Local Programs Workshop, please contact Penny Forrest at 804-786-9810 or penny.forrest@vdot.virginia.gov.

    Location & Lodging

    The Workshop will be held at the Williamsburg Lodge in Colonial Williamsburg.


    An agenda overview is now available! 

    Workshop Materials

    Breakout sessions presentations and handouts will be posted shortly before the Workshop begins on September 9, 2019

    Project Showcase

    As part of the Local Programs workshop, we will be having a project showcase and we are looking for submissions of projects to highlight. The showcase projects will be featured in a slideshow to be shown continuously during breaks and meals in the general session ballroom. In order to be included, projects should be either locally administered, funded through one of our programs, or both and should be complete.