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Route 684 (Staffordboro Boulevard) Commuter Parking Lot

Route 610 (Garrisonville Road) Area

Project at a Glance

Begin Date
April 2013

Est Completion Date
October 2014

Cost
Total Estimated Cost: $9.6 million

Contractor
Sargent Corporation

Locality
Stafford

District
Fredericksburg

Contact
Sylvester Okpala, Area Construction Engineer
540-899-4288
Kelly Hannon, Communications Manager
540-374-3344

Project Overview

The primary purpose of this project is to add nearly 1,000 parking spaces to the existing parking lot facility at Staffordboro Boulevard in Stafford County, and to improve circulation and safety conditions for vehicular and pedestrian users. 

The proposed project would also add left and right turn lanes on Staffordboro Boulevard and add a roundabout at Juggins Road. 

 

Temporary Parking Space Closures Starting Thursday, July 24

Construction work to expand the Staffordboro Boulevard Park & Ride facility by nearly 1,000 new parking spaces is in the final stages.

To complete this project, we must close the rear, triangle-shaped portion of the existing commuter lot. This lot will close at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 24. 

At the same time, we will open new parking spaces. The new spaces are located in the northernmost corner of the lot, near the Stafford County water tower. Signs will be posted to guide lot users to these parking spaces.

There will be no net loss of parking spaces during this transition period. 

VDOT will be opening more parking spaces on Friday, July 25 (280 spaces) than we are closing on Thursday, July 24 (130 spaces). 

We regret this inconvenience, and any disruption it may cause while we work to improve the lot.

Please call VDOT Communications with any questions at (540) 374-3344, or email us at fredericksburginfo@VDOT.Virginia.Gov.  

Map of Temporary Parking Space Closure, and New Lot

 

 

Project Details

Additional goals of this project include: 

  • Making infrastructure improvements to the surrounding roadway system to avoid traffic congestion created by the increase in vehicular traffic. 
  • Avoiding or minimizing impacts to the existing wetland.
  • Improving connectivity to and from Staffordboro Boulevard and Juggins Road.

Notable features of the design include:

  • An elliptical five-point roundabout at the northwest entrance connecting Juggins Road, Doc Stone Road and Moncure Lane to the parking lot at Entrance Drive. 
  • A total of four vehicular entrances into the parking lot facility. One at the roundabout, and three at Staffordboro Boulevard.
  • Access for school buses from Staffordboro Boulevard through the site.
  • Informal carpooling, or "slugging," pickup and drop off areas will be located in each parking lot. Each slugging area can accommodate as many as 30 people and 4 vehicles. 
  • A bus bay that can accommodate 4 buses.
  • Maintains access to the municipal water tower.
  • Provides a pedestrian sidewalk along Staffordboro Boulevard, and pedestrian access to bus bay area.
  • Utilizes low impact development techniques to meet stormwater management requirements.
  • Improvements to Staffordboro Boulevard to improve access to the reconfigured parking lot facility.

 

 

Proposed Schedule

A design public hearing on this project has been scheduled:

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011

4-7 p.m.

Anne E. Moncure Elementary

75 Moncure Lane

Stafford, VA 22556

  • The public design hearing and public comment period is scheduled from December 14, 2011-December 26, 2011.
  • Approval of location and design: February 2012
  • Advertise for construction: December 2012

 

Estimated Project Cost

Total Estimated Cost:

  • $9,679,000

Engineering of Roadway Plans:

  • $963,160

Right of Way Acquisition, Relocation Assistance and Utility Relocation:

  • $1,904,672

Construction:

  • $6,811,168

 

Project Brochure and Documents

Please click here to view a copy of the Dec. 14, 2011 design public hearing brochure. 

 

Please click here to view a copy of the final project design approved on February 21, 2012. 

 

 

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