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Route 250 (Broad Street) widening, Goochland

Widening to four lanes from Rt. 621 to Rt. 623

Project at a Glance

Begin Date
September 2010

Est Completion Date
July 2012


$7.4 million total ($2.75 million for construction)


Jason Archer

What Was Done

The purpose of the project was to increase safety by improving and widening Route 250 (Broad Street) from about one-quarter mile west of the intersection with Manakin Road (Route 621) to one-tenth mile east of the intersection with Hockett Road (Route 623). The project also realigned the Route 621 intersection to improve sight distance, upgraded drainage and installed a divided concrete median in an area that is projected to see continuing population and traffic growth.

The project as originally contracted is completed. Landscaping will be done during the fall planting season.

Project photos on Flickr


Below you will find the design simulations with WB-67 (Large Cab Tractor and 53’ trailer) for all directions of the Route 250 and Route 621 intersection after planned improvements.


Why the Project Was Done

The project was to accommodate smoother and safer passage of motorists in an area that is projected to see continuing population and traffic growth.


  • Divided highways decrease the likelihood of serious head-on accidents.
  • Improved safe access to businesses along this section of road.
  • Improve site distance at the intersection of Route 621.




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