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Mr. Aubrey L. Layne Jr.

District Representative On the Commonwealth Transportation Board

Hampton Roads Partnership

HQ Phone: (757) 625-4696

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Hampton Roads Partnership

430 World Trade Center

Norfolk, Virginia 23510

United States

Company Description

The Hampton Roads Partnership is a public-private nonprofit organization formed on May 15, 1996. The Partnership represents ten cities, six counties, and one town in Southeastern Virginia, equaling nearly 1.6 million citizens. The Hampton Roads Partners ... more

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HRPTA Membership Meeting March 12th with Aubrey Layne of the Commonwealth Transportation Board

Aubrey Layne The Transportation Bill Passed. Where Do We Go From Here?
HRPTA General Membership Meeting with Guest Speaker, Aubrey Layne of the CTB
Aubrey Layne, with the Commonwealth Transportation Board, will be leading us in conversation on matters of transportation at the state and regional levels.
Aubrey Layne, the Hampton Roads CTB representative, made the announcement Thursday at the monthly meeting of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization. He said a total of $17 million was "de-allocated" statewide "for projects that are not moving forward."
"If the money is assigned, we have to use it," Layne told the panel of local, state and federal officials who have purview over regional transportation planning.
According to the CTB website, $4.9 million in matching funds was de-allocated from 60 projects - 18 in York County totaling $1 million; nine in Poquoson totaling $377,000; 14 in James City County totaling about $792,000; 11 in Isle of Wight totaling $1.1 million; six in Hampton totaling $1 million; and two in Chesapeake totaling nearly $537,000. The projects involved a variety of activities ranging from bridge rehabilitation and intersection improvements to rural additions, landscaping, surface treatments, sidewalk repair, paving and drainage improvements among others.
Layne added localities may re-apply for withdrawn funding.
The federal funds will be re-allocated to transportation projects across the state. Layne suggested there could be various reasons the money wasn't spent, including: localities deciding they didn't want to use the money anymore, couldn't come up with matching funds or simply didn't use the money in time. In some cases, including several projects in York County, work was completed under budget and remaining funds were left over, he said.
"The state has an obligation to get the work done or the feds can take the money back," Layne said.

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Layne (left) and McAuliffe. Photo credit:

On the other, it's hard to square cancellation of U.S. 460 with the selection of Aubrey L. Layne, a Hampton Roads businessman, as secretary of transportation. Layne worked for years to get the U.S. 460 project built and now chairs the funding authority for it!
As a member of the Commonwealth Transportation Board under McDonnell, Layne made the case that the highway would provide an alternate hurricane evacuation route for Hampton Roads and a second outlet for freight-laden trucks out of Virginia's ports.
Would Layne really have signed up for the top transportation job if he thought McAuliffe would pull the rug from the project?
Most of Virginia's transportation mega-projects address a congestion crisis, but U.S. 460 represents an opportunity, Aubrey L. Layne, the Hampton Roads district representative, told fellow CTB members.
Layne, who has worked behind the scenes for years to bring the project to fruition, described the project as "forward looking.
Sheppard Miller (left) and Aubrey Layne, representatives from Hampton Roads, chat after the CTB vote on U.S. 460.

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I was shocked that there was an uproar over the tolls," said Aubrey L. Layne, Jr., Hampton Roads district representative.

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Aubrey Layne, the Hampton Roads representative on the CTB, said the U.S. 460 project took the last "big slug of money so no more mega projects will be done in Hampton Roads, or the state for that matter, without additional revenues. All funds currently in the pipeline are committed to specific projects, he said.

Layne listed U.S. 460 - that is expected to begin development this year and construction in 2014 - as a high priority project in Hampton Roads.

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