Route 610 (Garrisonville Road) and Route 641 (Onville Road) Intersection Improvement
Est Completion Date
Estimated $14.9 million
J.L. Kent and Sons, Inc.
About the Project
This $14.9 million Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) project will build double left turn lanes on eastbound Route 610 (Garrisonville Road) for traffic turning onto Route 641 (Onville Road). Triple left turn lanes will be built on Onville Road for traffic turning onto eastbound Route 610.
New pedestrian crossings are being installed on the north, west and south side of the intersection.
Approximately 44,000 vehicles a day travel through the intersection, according to 2015 traffic counts.
West of the intersection, Stafford County is widening Route 610 to six lanes between Onville Road and Eustace Road.
For more details on the Route 610 widening project, please visit the project page on the Stafford County website.
Construction Update: April 2017
Motorists should be alert for traffic pattern changes as new turn lanes start to open at the intersection. New pavement markings and signs will guide drivers.
Drivers will encounter nightly mobile lane closures between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. as crews complete paving and pavement markings.
Weather permitting, all new turn lanes are anticipated to open by Wednesday, April 12.
Commercial Entrance Changes on Garrisonville Road
A new raised concrete median separates eastbound and westbound Garrisonville Road traffic, west of Onville Road. The median contains drainage structures.
Construction of the median will permanently change the traffic pattern for several commercial entrances on Garrisonville Road.
Left turns are no longer permitted into the Garrisonville Village shopping center entrance from Route 610 westbound. Left turns will also not be permitted from eastbound Route 610 into the North Stafford Medical Park and CVS entrances.
Pardon Our Dust Meeting: Monday, January 11
A public meeting was held 6-8 p.m. on Monday, January 11, 2016 at Anne E. Moncure Elementary in Stafford County to share construction details on the intersection project, and how travelers may be affected.