Fairfax Pike (Rte.277) Widening Project in Winchester, VA
Public Informational Meeting: November 30, 2017
Frederick County property owners who may be impacted by the Fairfax Pike (Rte.277) Widening Project can learn about the eminent domain process at a public meeting hosted by the Krause & Kinsman Eminent Domain Law Firm. This informational seminar concentrating on landowner rights will take place on Thursday, November 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Winchester SE – Historic Gateway.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) proposes to widen Fairfax Pike (Rte.277) to four thru-lanes with a center median (combination of raised and striped). A sidewalk is proposed on the north side and a shared use path is planned for the south side.
The purpose of this project is to provide additional traffic capacity, overall operational safety, and to improve the connectivity of the regional roadway system. However, it is expected that private property will need to be acquired to complete the project.
Krause & Kinsman attorney David Needham will debrief landowners at this educational workshop. David will focus his discussion on the importance of private property rights and how impacted property owners may be allegeable for additional compensation from the VDOT.
If you believe your property may be affected by the Fairfax Pike (Rte.277) Road Widening Project from Windward Parkway to Forsyth County Line and want to learn more about your rights as a landowner, attend our public informational workshop at the Holiday Inn Winchester SE – Historic Gateway on Thursday, November 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To RSVP or request more information, please contact our team at (844) 336-3467.