The Woods Road Improvements
|Realigning and paving a section of gravel road in Loudoun County|
Project at a Glance
About the Project
This project will realign and pave the gravel portion of The Woods Road. The project will accommodate future expansion of the Loudoun County Landfill and provide safe and adequate access to communities along the southern portion of the Gleedsville Road corridor.
The project limits extend from 0.4 miles east of Gleedsville Road (Route 650) to Evergreen Mills Road Route (Route 621), in close proximity to the Loudoun County Landfill, Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve and easements held by the Virginia Outdoor Foundation (VOF).
The new road will feature two ten-foot-wide travel lanes, five-foot-wide paved shoulders for cyclists and turn lanes at the Evergreen Mills Road intersection.
Preliminary engineering: $657,000
Right of way: $1.0 million
Construction: $2.7 million
Total: $4.4 million
Public hearing: Fall 2013
Right of way acquisition: Spring-Summer 2014
UPC: 90725 State Project: 0771-053-P42, P101,R201,C501
- Aerial Overview
- East aerial plan view
- East 50 plan view
- West aerial plan view
- West 50 plan view
- Typical Sections
Location and Design Public Hearing (October 29, 2013) at the J.L. Simpson Middle School, 490 Evergreen Mill Road, SE, Leesburg, VA.