McAuliffe will talk to his secretary of transportation to discuss the possibility of upping the speed limit of some roads and highways in the commonwealth.
McAuliffe says something needs to be done to alleviate traffic congestion in Northern Virginia.
By the time he leaves office, McAuliffe says he want to do something on Route 66 outside of the Capital Beltway.
Rt. 460 could be off the list of his transportation projects.
“I have no idea what people were thinking," McAuliffe says of Rt. 460. He adds he "won’t approve a road that doesn't have permitting."
When it comes to potholes in Virginia, McAuliffe says as soon as the weather improves, the potholes will be attacked and repaired.
McAuliffe says pre-treatment was the key to get the Virginia roads opens and passable during snow storms.
McAuliffe says he is "all in" when it comes to helping the needs of those with disabilities. He says he is really passionate about closing the coverage gap.
Of his two-year spending plan that calls for expanding Medicaid, McAuliffe says "Republicans in the House of Delegates voted it down without giving it any consideration."
"We have a long way to go," McAuliffe says of the commonwealth's mental health system.
"Michigan State is going down," McAuliffe says of the Virginia game.