The Virginia Department of Highways and Transportation has tentatively approved fund allocations totaling $62,000,500 for highway improvements in the Northern Virginia area. A public hearing on the allocations is set for 9 a.m. June 16 in the Department of Highways and Transportation auditorium, 1221 East Brdad St., Richmond. Projects under consideration are:

Aid to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority for construction of fringe parking facilities; $3.5 million.

Route 1, Fairfax, drainage improvement at North Fork Dougue Creek and to continue dual-laning of Route 495-South; $1.6 million.

Route 1, Prince William, construct turn lanes and provide traffic control devices for savety improvement at Route 610 south of Neabsco Creek; $60,000.

Route, 7, Alexandria, improvements at the west corporate limits of King Street, Route 95; $200,000.

Routes 7 and 244, Fairfax, cooperative project with the county for construction at the interchange at Baileys Cross Roads; $1 million.

Route 7, Fairfax, replace the bridge and approaches at Sugarland Run (westbound lane) east of Route 228; $110,000.

Route 7, Loudoun, construct turn lanes as safety improvements at Routes 641 and 846, east of Leesburg; $40,000.

Route 7, Leesburg, improvements on King Street at the Route 7 bypass, Catoctin Circle, $40,000.

Route 15, Prince William, conctruct turn lanes as safety improvements at Routes 234 and 601, north of Haymarket; $11,000.

Route 28, Prince William, safety improvements at the intersection of Routes 215 and 619; $30,000.

Route 28, Prince William, safety improvements at Route 1006, south of Manassas; $15,000.

Route 28, Prince William and Fairfax, dual-laning at Manassas-North; $1.3 million.

Routes 29 & 211, Arlington, acquisition of right-of-way and for construction on Lee Highway at Spout Run Parkway, west of Route 66; $460,000.

Routes 29 & 211, Fairfax, installations of traffice control devices for savety improvement at Route 699,-$2,000.

Routes 29 & 211, Fairfax, construct turn lanes for safety improvement at various locations between Route 621 and west of the corporate limits of Fairfax; $14,000.

Routes 29, & 50, City of Fairfax, improvements on Lee Highway at the bridges over Accotink Creek and Central Fork; $700,000.

Routes 29 & 211, Fairfax, improve drainage capacity at Holmes Run; $6,000.

Route 29, Prince William, replace bridge over Broad Run; $75,000.

Route 50, Arlington, installation of safety shields on structure rails at Route 120 and Lynn Street; $25,000.

Route 50, Arlington, safety improvements on Arlington Boulevard at the bridge and approaches to Four Mile Run and Carlyn Springs Road; $150,000.

Route 50, Fairfax, acquisition of right-of-way and premiminary engineering at the interchange at Gallows Road (Route 650); $1 million.

Route 50, Loudoun, continuation of dual-laning from the Fairfax County line westward; $575,000.

Route 66, Arlington, Fairfax, Prince William & Fauquier, improvements from the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge to west of Marshall; $10.7 million.

Routes 95 & 395, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax & Prince William, improvements from the Washington D.C. line to the Stafford County line; $13 million.

Route 120, Arlington, preliminary engineering on South Glebe Road at Route 1 and Route 395; $25,000.

Route 120, Arlington, construction of a bridge over Long Branch on South Glebe Road; $90,000.

Route 123, Prince William, widen pavement for safety improvement north and south of Route 641, south of Occoquan; $6,000.

Route 123, Fairfax, four-laning from the south corporate lomits ot Fairfax southward; $1,000,000.

Route 123, Fairfax, acquisition of right-of-way and construction between the south corporate limits of Vienna and Route 66 interchange; $60,000.

Route 193, Fairfax, installation of traffic control devices for safety improvement at Route 681; $30,000.

Route 228, Fairfax, construction of drainage structure for a branch of Sugarland Run; $145,000.

Route 234, Prince William, dual-laning from the south corporate limits of Manassas, southward; $300,000.

Route 234, Manassas, improvements on Grant Avenue at Liberty Street and Church Street; $400,000.

Route 234, Prince William, extension of left-turn lanes for safety improvement at various locations between Manassas and Route 66; $17,000.

Route 234, Prince William, acquisition of right-of-way and construction at the north corporate limits of Manassas and Route 66 interchange; $330,000.

Route 235, Fairfax, installation of warning flashers for safety improvement at Route 623, $2,500.

Route 236, Alexandria, improvements on Duke Street at Jorday Street and Longview Drive; $800,000.

Route 236, Alexandria, improvements on Duke Street at Roberts Lane and Diagonal Road; $1,000,000.

Route 236, Fairfax, safety improvements between the east corporate limits of Fairfax and the west corporate limits of Alexandria; $80,000.

Route 237, Arlington, construction on 10th Street North at Route 120 (Glebe Road); $265,000.

Route 244, Arlington, construction on Columbia Pike at South Courthouse Road and South Wayne Street; $26,000.

Route 287, Loudoun, asphaltic concrete surfacing at the Maryland State line, southward; $100,000.

Route 309, Fairfax widening of pavement to provide turn lanes to improve the intersection at Route 2807; $4,000.

Routes 495 & 95, Alexandria & Fairfax, improvements on Capital Beltway; $13,500,000.

Route 595, Arlington, improvements on Route 95 and the airport connector; $2,000,000.

Arlington, computerized signal system; $825,000.

Alexandria, installation of a traffic signal system in the central business district; $1,400,000.

Falls Church, improvements on East Annandale Road at South Washington Street and Hillwood Avenue; $100,000.

City of Fairfax, improvements on Pickett Road at Main Street and Arlington Boulevard; $450,000.