Corridor Studies

Corridor studies are conducted for significant transportation projects, such as major highway or transit improvements.

These studies seek to identify the mix of transportation improvements that would be most effective in moving people and goods in specific travel corridors and balancing those improvements with available funding and neighborhood and community concerns.

These improvements are of substantial cost and have a significant impact on mobility in a transportation corridor.

Harrisonburg Southeast Connector Study

Route 460 Location Study

Interstate 66 Corridor Improvements in Prince William and Fairfax counties

Route 1 Location Study: A study examining the U.S. Route 1 corridor in Fairfax and Prince William counties.


Interstate 95 C-D Road / Access Feasibility Study: A study examining collector-distributor lanes and additional I-95 access in Fredericksburg.

I-95 Corridor Study: A study to assess the need for upgrades to I-95 in Hanover County and the town of Ashland, including the interchanges with Route 802, Route 54, and Route 30.
 

Spotsylvania Parkway: A corridor that would provide a connection between Route 3 and the Route 17 bypass, intersecting with I-95.

U.S. Route 58 Corridor Development Program: Project updates on improvements to the longest single road in the state.

Page last modified: Oct. 1, 2014