Update on the light from Steve Snow's investigation of the situation: Paraphrased e-mail from Loudoun Cty. gov't to Steve Snow: **This is a proffered signal by Broadlands so the County monitors the progress but the responsibility is Broadlands. Here is the process and status: 1) Signal Warrant Analysis to be done by developer, submitted to VDOT and the County - VDOT to determine if warranted. Status - Done 2) Developer notified of VDOT's approval that a signal is warranted and told to proceed with signal design. Status - Done 3) Preliminary design plans are prepared by developer and submitted to VDOT for approval. Status: Developer submitted plans, VDOT has reviewed and approved. 4) Developer needs to submit final design plans and submit to VDOT for approval. Status: This is where we are in the process. The developer needs to do this. After step 4 is done the next steps will be for the developer to get VDOT approval on the final design. They will then do foundation plans and pavement and striping plans (if not done as part of signal design). Upon all design approvals from VDOT, they then apply to VDOT Residency for a Permit and post a bond on the work to be done. They hire a contractor to do the construction. While the timing to get the signal operational is up to turn around time and effort on the part of the developer and VDOT - the good news is from my experience to get this operational should be measured in several months rather than a year barring any utility or right of way issues.** Steve indicated he will contact the developer to find out where they are in the final design process and will try to expedite. I was mistaken in the previous post as funding has been made available for the signal and VDOT has reviewed and approved everything they have received thus far from the developer.