I-66 Outside the Beltway is the second phase of a larger project to improve the I-66 corridor. It encompasses 22.5 miles of roadway between Gainesville and Dunn Loring. The project will add two express lanes in each direction and introduce 4,000 new park-and-ride spaces and about 23 miles of shared-use trails to the corridor. Due to its size, the project has been divided into three segments, with the first segment covering Gainesville to Route 29 in Centreville, the second extending to Route 50 in Fairfax, and the final one going from Route 50 to I-495.
Rolling Road (Route 638) will be widening from two to four lanes between Viola Street and Old Keene Mill Road. The project will also add a shared-use path to increase safety for bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized users. The project will have two phases. Phase I includes improvements to the Old Keene Mill Road intersection, and Phase II involves the widening and path improvements.
East Elden Street (Route 606) will be widened from four to six lanes between Herndon Parkway and Fairfax County Parkway in the Town of Herndon. The project will also include adding bike lanes and utility reconfiguration. The project aims to reduce congestion and improve access in the area.
The Route 7 Corridor Improvements include widening almost seven miles of the road between Reston Avenue and Jarrett Valley Drive in Fairfax County. Route 7 will be widened from four to six lanes. The project will also entail intersection improvements and adding shared-use paths on both sides of the road. The project is expected to be completed in 2025.
This project will extend George Washington Boulevard (Route 1050) from its current intersection with Bridgefield Way/Research Place south to Russell Branch Pkwy via a new bridge over Route 7 (Harry Byrd Highway).
This project spans almost three miles of Route 1 from Jeff Todd Way to Napper Road. Along that stretch of road, this project will widen Richmond Highway from four to six lanes, add bicycle lanes and sidewalks, and reserve median width to accommodate Fairfax County’s future dedicated bus-only lanes. All pedestrian and bicycle facilities will be ADA-compliant, turn lanes will be extended wherever possible to improve safety and capacity, and signals throughout the corridor will also be optimized.
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