Amelia/Chesterfield - US 360 Arterial Preservation Plan
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Kimley-Horn, Andy Nagle (804) 673-3882
Amelia and Chesterfield
The purpose of an Arterial Preservation Plan is to develop a holistic approach that identifies ways to ensure the safety and preserve the capacity of the Commonwealth’s arterial highway network without wide scale roadway widenings. This Arterial Preservation Plan has been requested to identify investment recommendations that will help preserve and enhance this key transportation corridor due to the important role it plays in the region as a significant tourism; freight and vital commuting corridor within the Richmond Region.
Localities involved in the study include Amelia County; Chesterfield County and the Richmond Regional Transportation Planning Organization.
Lengths and Limits:
The study area extends along US 360 from the intersection of Winterpock Road in Chesterfield County to Holly Farms Road in Amelia County. The study area is approximately 30 miles in length.
Traffic and crash data collection have been completed. A site field review was conducted to identify safety and geometric deficiencies. Concepts for proposed recommendations are currently being developed based on public comments regarding the existing conditions of the corridor. An existing conditions analysis can be found here.
The public had the opportunity to provide input regarding concerns along the study corridor via an online MetroQuest survey hosted from April-May 2020. Results from that survey can be found here. Additionally, the public will have further opportunity to comment on the proposed recommendations for the corridor once concepts have been identified. It is anticipated that this round of public engagement will occur via a MetroQuest survey in July-August of 2020.