I think one important aspect of the whole process initiated by Supervisor Nohe this week of taking a second look at both the 234/Purcell intersection improvements and at the long-range planned new connection to the Prince William Parkway is how each component affects the other. In other words, when the Department of Transportation and VDOT were deciding on design requirements for this intersection, was the Purcell connection to the parkway included in the long range plan for the county, and if so was that taken into consideration for the design? It would seem that the expanded highway would result in higher expected traffic volumes and cause more capacity to be built into the intersection. If, after the public process, a decision is made to remove the extension and four-laning of Purcell from the plan, would the 234/Purcell intersection design requirements change (be downgraded)? These are questions that I think should be answered before we go much further on finalizing and moving forward on the 234/Purcell intersection design.