Pr. William commuter lot shrinks
Staff writer Jennifer Buske reports on the Dr. Gridlock blog that a popular commuter lot in Prince William County is about to lose more than half its parking spaces.
Potomac Mills mall General Manager Mike Sullivan said the Woodbridge outlet shopping center will be reducing the number of commuter spaces in the roughly 1,000-space lot it provides down to 275 spaces Feb 14. Sullivan said the reduction is needed to make way for new commercial development.
“We had a business decision to make,” Sullivan said. “This is private property, we run a business and we want to have enough parking for customers and employees. We’ve helped the county out over the years … but it’s the county’s job to provide commuter lots.”
County officials could not immediately be reached for comment.
Read the entire post on the Dr. Gridlock blog.
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| January 13, 2011; 3:35 PM ET
Categories: Traffic and Transportation, Virginia
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