Other Regional Projects
The Megaprojects are just some of the improvements coming soon or already under way in Northern Virginia. Below are other projects (under way or planned) not as large in scale, but equally important in making traveling on the road much easier. For an interactive, statewide road construction map, click here.
Other Major Regional Projects
Route 1 Improvements at Fort Belvoir - The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in cooperation with Fairfax
County, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), and the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Belvoir, is completing studies for improvements to U.S. Route 1 through Fort Belvoir from Telegraph Road to Mount Vernon Memorial Highway.
Route 29/Linton Hall Road Interchange in Gainesville – Two overpasses will eliminate the at-grade railroad crossings on Route 29 and Gallerher Road. Includes widening Route 29 to six lanes. Completion: Summer 2015.
Fairfax County Parkway and Fair Lakes Interchange – Construction continues on the bridges that will take the Fairfax County Parkway over Fair Lakes Parkway and Monument Drive. Completion: End of 2013.
Route 28 and Wellington Road in Manassas – Four lane overpass will carry Route 28 over Wellington Road and the railroad tracks, eliminating the at-grade railroad crossing.. Completion: End of 2012.
I-66 Rehabilitation – This project will rehabilitate 6.5 miles of badly deteriorated pavement on I-66 between the Capital Beltway and Route 50 in Fairfax County. To minimize impacts to motorists, all lane closures will take place at night. Completion: June 2013.
Route 50/Courthouse Road/10th Street in Arlington – bridges will be replaced and collector-distributor roads will be added to Route 50 to ease merging. Completion: End of 2013.
Route 50 in Fairfax and Loudoun Counties – roadway will be widened from four to six lanes for 3.7 miles between Poland Road and Route 28. Completion: End of 2014.
Northern Virginia Project Page
Visit the project page for a list of ongoing, planned and recently completed construction projects.