29 North could soon have improved traffic flow from better synchronization of the signals. It could happen by the end of the year under an effort called “In Sync.” The county supervisors are using some VDOT revenue sharing money for the project. Supervisor Dennis Rooker says it works by moving what he describes as “platoons of vehicles.” It includes side streets such as Rio and Hydraulic, and their interaction with 29. Rooker also says synchronization has worked well on Pantops.
Supervisors Expect Better Traffic Flow On 29 North