‘Intelligent transportation system’ coming to Loudoun County, VA

A road known for having some of the worst traffic in Northern Virginia could soon see some relief. It’s because of what’s called an intelligent transportation system — that’s now on its way to Route 50 in Loudoun County.

As previously reported by WTOP, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors recently approved $1.05 million for the system, which had been used previously on Interstate 66. It will roughly stretch from Stone Ridge to the Fairfax County line and is comprised of displays, sensors, and cameras that will be actively monitored by the Virginia Department of Transportation.