I-395 South Widening - Duke Street To Edsall Road
|Providing a fourth through lane in Alexandria and Fairfax|
Project at a Glance
Note: A Design Public Hearing was held Oct. 27.
- Comment sheet
- Frequently asked questions
- Typical Sections
- Corridor overview
- Display boards: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
About the Project
This project will construct a fourth through lane on southbound I-395 between Duke Street and Edsall Road.
Currently, there are four southbound through lanes north and south of the project corridor, but only three through lanes within the project limits. The additional lane constructed with this project will fill the gap to eliminate the bottleneck through the Landmark area.
When complete, drivers will have four continuous lanes southbound for 2.7 miles from South of Edsall Road (Route 648) to North of Duke Street (Route 236).
Design Public Hearing: April 2016
Supplemental Design Public Hearing: Oct. 2016
Right of way: to be determined
Construction: to be determined
Preliminary engineering: $6.5 million
Right of way acquisition and utility relocation: $700,000
Construction: $45.5 million
Total: $52.7 million
Design public hearing (April 2016)
Public information meeting aerial overview display boards (February 2015): 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Preferred Alternative (August 2014)
Congestion Relief Feasibility Study: Draft Operational & Geometrical Analysis (July 2012)
State: 0395-029-015, P101