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  1. Driverless Car Panel To Va. Regulators: Don't Do A Lot Yet With AV LawsRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2017 | Planning

    But earlier this month, the Eno Center for Transportation , a D.C. think tank, held an AV and state policy roundtable discussion in Arlington , and the reason why those answers were vague became clear. The roundtable brought together representatives from Uber, Daimler , VW , AAA , the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute , urban planning firms, tech companies, localities like Virginia Beach , the Virginia Department of Transportation and other state DOTs.

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  2. Massive Buildup of Garbage Juice Has Officials ScramblingRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2017 | Planning

    April 05 -- VIRGINIA BEACH -- The regional trash authority plans a special meeting next week to decide on emergency steps for dealing with a massive buildup of leachate at its landfill in Suffolk . The Southeastern Public Service Authority's meeting, set for April 12 , comes amid criticism from Virginia Beach City Manager Dave Hansen , who said Tuesday that "mismanagement or malfeasance or neglect" caused the problem at the landfill.

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  3. Virginia Beach Needs $450M to Fix Stormwater Problems, No Money In Next Year's PlanRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2017 | Planning

    Flood control projects in the five Virginia Beach neighborhoods hardest hit by last fall's Hurricane Matthew account for $180 million of the total. Hurricane Matthew, which dumped about 13 inches of rain on the region in October, flooded more than 250 homes in Windsor Woods near Mount Trashmore .

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  4. Protesters, Advocates Speak Out on Atlantic Coast Pipeline at Federal HearingRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2017 | Planning

    After reading off a litany of environmental concerns about a proposed natural gas pipeline set to run into Hampton Roads , Elizabeth Tumilty got choked up. Tumilty was one of more than 100 people who turned out to the Hilton Garden Inn Conference Center in downtown Suffolk on Thursday night at a public hearing on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a proposed 550-mile natural gas pipeline that would carry as much as 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas each day from West Virginia's shale fields to North Carolina and Virginia .

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  5. Philadelphia Turning Railroad Ruins into Elevated Rail ParkRead the original story

    Nov 20, 2016 | Planning

    After more than 10 years of planning, Philadelphia is taking the first steps in transforming an abandoned, overgrown rail line that cuts through the heart of the city into a lush and lively public park. Officials broke ground last month on the first phase of the Rail Park , the City of Brotherly Love's answer to New York City's High Line.

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  6. Virginia Beach Residents Can Have City Permit Fees Waived for Hurricane RepairsRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2016 | Planning

    The city announced the latest updates Tuesday. The deadline to apply for the permits and having fees waived is Dec. 9 , 60 days after the storm hit Hampton Roads .

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