Scope: The planning process of the CUE Transit Development Plan provides opportunity to review/update transit goals & objectives, to assess current transit services, to identify unmet transit needs or issues and finally, to determine appropriate course of action over six year planning horizon.
Fairfax Blvd at Chain Bridge Rd Intersection (Northfax)
Scope: Provide road improvements on Chain Bridge Road (Route 123) from Route 29/50 (Fairfax Boulevard) to Eaton Place. Widen Chain Bridge Road (Route 123) to six lanes from Route 29/50 (Fairfax Boulevard) to Eaton Place. Improve the geometrics (lane alignments) of the roadway approaches for the intersection of Route 29/50 (Fairfax Boulevard) at Chain Bridge Road (Route 123). Improve pedestrian accommodations at all legs of the intersection. Make extensive culvert improvements to eliminate roadway flooding caused by the inadequate culvert under Route 123.
Construction estimated to be complete December 2018.
Scope: This project will construct the missing link of Government Center Pkwy from Stevenson St to Jermantown Rd. Provide two eastbound thru Lanes to provide right and left turn lanes to Jermantown Road, as well as turn lanes to Stevenson St and the shopping center.
Scope: This project is the completion of the Judicial Drive Trail, which runs from Hallman St. to Judicial Drive. Currently, users exit must trail at Presbyterian Way and ride on private property before reconnecting to the City's trail. This project would complete the missing portion of the trail.
Scope: Eliminate substandard horizontal geometry along Fairfax Boulevard/Main Street through the main intersection. Install signalization phasing changes to optimize operation at the Kamp Washington Intersection. Provide an additional southbound lane on U.S. Route 29 from Kamp Washington Intersection to the existing third southbound lane near Shell Station. Extend westbound through lanes on Main Street from Chestnut Street to Hallman Street. Lengthen turn lanes to provide additional storage for turning vehicles. Improve pedestrian mobility with new crosswalks, curb ramps, sidewalks, and pedestrian signalization. Replace span-wire signals with mast arm signals.
Major construction completed in Summer 2018.
Minor construction estimated to be complete in Fall 2018.
Scope:This project includes the design and construction of curb, gutter and sidewalk on the west side of Burke Station Road between Main Street and Stoughton Road. This is a drainage and pedestrian improvements project.