ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Virginia Department of Transportation will be holding an online public meeting where people can learn about traffic concerns on part of Route 29.

According to a release, the June 2 meeting will focus on an improvement study looking at 29 between Airport Road in Albemarle County and Deerfield Drive in Greene County.

Additionally, the meeting will outline concepts for updating multiple intersections along that stretch of the road, including Matthew Mill Road, Frays Mill Road, Boulders Road, Camelot Drive, Lewis and Clark Drive, and Airport Road.

Attendees will get to learn about the study goals, feedback that has been provided so far, alternatives to improve travel, and what is next in this process.

This meeting will be the second chance for residents, drivers and other interested parties to get involved with the study.

VDOT says the study aims to provide safe travel and adequate capacity for all users of the road, including vehicles, transit, bicycles and pedestrians

There is also an online survey people can fill out, which is available here.

For more information on the study, click here.

The online meeting will begin at 7 p.m. on June 2 and will be available here.

The meeting ID is 846 7676 1833 and the passcode will be 409970. People can also join over the phone by calling (301) 715-8592.