I-395 over Four Mile Run
|Bridge rehabilitation in Arlington County|
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
Late Fall 2018
Thomas Mulcahy, P.E., CCM
About the Project
This project is rehabilitating the I-395 bridge over Four Mile Run, located between the Shirlington interchange and Glebe Road.
The bridge was built in 1970.
The 2015 average daily traffic for I-395 was 204,000 vehicles.
Begin Construction - June 2017
Final Completion - Late Fall 2018
Preliminary Engineering - $349,000
Construction - $6.9 million
Total - $7.2 million
Major lane closures along I-395 will occur during weekends July 20 - August 26 for bridge deck work.
Bikers and pedestrians can expect closures of the Four Mile Run Trail when work is being done under the bridge in the area of the trail. During such work, one lane of the trail will be open during daytime hours, while full closures of the trail will occur during nighttime hours. Warning signs will be installed to notify pedestrians and bikers of these closures and a signed detour route will be provided at night during full trail closures.
Drivers can expect intermittent daytime single-lane closures during off-peak hours on I-395.
In addition, there will be nighttime multiple-lane closures on I-395. These will include the closure of several I-395 on/off ramps in the area of the project at certain times. When these ramps are closed, a signed detour route will be provided to direct traffic.
At least one lane of traffic will be open at all times on I-395.
State: 0395-100-846, B688, B689