In Design: Route 7 Westbound over Sugarland Run in Fairfax County
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June 2019 - The project scope has been reduced to bridge rehabilitation work only.
This project will rehabilitate the westbound Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) bridge over Sugarland Run. The bridge was built in 1947 and widened in 2000.
The planned improvements include:
- A new concrete bridge deck.
- Repairing the bridge pier and abutments.
- Guardrail upgrades and new curb and gutter in the area of the bridge.
The project originally called for further improvements including widening the bridge and extending the acceleration lane from the Fairfax County Parkway (Route 286) on-ramp to Dranesville Road (Route 228); these components are no longer being pursued. For more information on the revised project scope, click on the "Public Outreach" button above.
This section of Route 7 (westbound and eastbound combined) averages 59,000 vehicles a day.
Preliminary Engineering - $1.2 million
Construction - $6.7 million
Total - $7.9 million
The project is being financed with state and federal State of Good Repair funds used for maintenance of structures and bridges.
This project aims to improve safety and extend the overall life of the bridge.
Design Public Hearing - October 2018
Begin Construction - Early 2021
Shahrad Behboodi, P.E.
Structure & Bridge
Andrew Beacher, P.E.
Other relevant links:
Project Update Displays and Presentation - June 2019
Major funding source: State of Good Repair
Phase: In Design
State ID: 0007-029-113, P101
Federal ID: STP-PM09 (324)
Long/Lat: 39.013248, -77.368648