In Design: Tysons/Old Meadow Road Bike/Ped Improvements in Fairfax County
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This project, in cooperation with Fairfax County, will build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge and shared-use path in the vicinity of Route 123 and I-495.
Improvements include a new 10-foot shared-use path from near Tysons One Place and Fashion Boulevard to Route 123 and Old Meadow Road via a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge over I-495. The path will mostly follow Old Meadow Road.
Preliminary Engineering - $1.9 million
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation - $3.1 million
Construction - $8 million
Total - $13 million
This project is financed with federal, state and local funding.
The project aims to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity in the Tysons area.
Design Public Hearing: June 2018
Environmental Studies Memo Available: August 2018
Design Approval: November 2018
Begin Right of Way Acquisition: Spring 2019
Begin Utility Relocation: Fall 2019
Begin Construction: Spring 2020
Estimated Completion: Fall 2020
Abraham Lerner, P.E.
Senior Project Manager
Other relevant links:
Environmental Studies Memo - August 2018
Summary of Public Outreach - June 2018
AM/PM Peak Hour Traffic Counts at Selected Intersections - December 2017
Preliminary Engineering Report - July 2017
Concept Plans - June 2017
The Colonies of McLean Meeting Presentation - March 2017
Re-Evaluation Document - March 2007
I-495 HOT Lanes Record of Decision - June 2006
Final Environmental Impact Study - April 2006
Design Workshops - November 2017
Public Information Meeting - May 2017 (Ad)
Design Public Hearing - June 2014
Phase: In Design
State ID: I495-029-078, P101, R201, C501, B630
Federal ID: CM-495-5 (091), CM-495-5 (092)
Long/Lat: 38.921410, -77.211672