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.

Based on results of the preliminary engineering phase of the study, and extensive community outreach and input over the last several years, the "Option 2" alignment was selected for final design.

Estimated Costs
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.

Benefits 

The project aims to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity in the Tysons area.

Major Milestones 

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

Resources

Contact Info:

Abraham Lerner, P.E.
Senior Project Manager

Other relevant links:

Environmental Studies Memo - August 2018

Document | Public Notice

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

Previous Meetings >>

Phase: In Design

UPC: 104005

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

Locality: Fairfax

Page last modified: May 22, 2019