The state Inspector General’s Office has joined the Virginia Department of Transportation’s internal probe of the U.S. 460 highway project. His speech will lay out a different approach to setting state transportation priorities than the process that led to the U.S. 460 project, his office said. The contract the VA Department of Transportation signed for the roadway gives the Route 460 Funding Corporation, the third-party nonprofit bond holder with a $250 million investment in the project, the right to seek money from the state to recover all of its costs if the contract is terminated.

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