Route 655 Bridge, Fauquier County
|Replacement of the bridge over Tinpot Run|
Project at a Glance
Scheduled spring 2013
Est Completion Date
Scheduled late 2013
$4.551 million (2013-2018 Six-Year Improvement Program estimate)
Lengths and Limits
0.5 mile; from 0.4 mile west of Route 1201 to 0.1 mile east of Route 1201
This project will replace the Route 655 (Tinpot Run Lane) bridge over Tinpot Run just east of the town of Remington. The current bridge is a steel beam, timber deck structure that was built in 1960. The bridge is in overall poor condition and is posted for a 13-ton weight limit.
What is Proposed?
The new bridge will be built of pre-stressed concrete beams with 10-foot-wide travel lanes and a 10-foot-wide shared-use path for bicyclists and pedestrians on the north side. Curb and gutter will be added to Route 655 through the project limits.
The project will also realign the intersection of Route 655 and Route 1201 to improve safety.
This section of Route 655 carries approximately 1,100 vehicles per day.
The latest estimated project costs from the 2013-2018 Six-Year Improvement Program:
Total Cost: $4,551,000
Design and Engineering: $830,000
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation: $596,000
These costs are preliminary planning estimates and subject to change as the project develops. Cost estimates will be updated as the project progresses. This project will be financed using state funds.
Design Public Hearing: July 29, 2010, 5-7 p.m.
Remington Volunteer Fire & Rescue Dept.
200 East Marshall Street
Remington, VA 22734
Public Comment Ends: Aug. 9, 2010
Design Approval: November 2010
Right of Way Acquisition Begins: Fall 2011
Construction Begins: Spring 2013
News Releases and Project Information
Public hearing brochure (305 KB)