The road bond projects under consideration would require up to $400 million of contracted debt to issue general obligation capital improvement bonds to fund the costs for acquisition, design, construction and improvements.

Presentation to the Board of County Supervisors - May 7, 2019

Topics

Small2_devlin

Four-lane widening of Devlin Road, which will connect to the Balls Ford Road Interchange and improves access to Prince William Parkway and I-66

Description: Widen to 4-lanes from Linton Hall Rd to Wellington Rd with a sidewalk and shared use path. Total project length of 1.8 miles.

Approximate Project Cost: $50,000,000

Project Duration: 4 to 6 years

Existing Funding: $12.5 million RSTP (Federal) funding. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Improved LOS, connectivity, better access to      I-66, improved bike/ped access

Cons: ROW impacts, utility relocation, possible walls, neighborhood impacts

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Small2_university

Two-lane (half-section) extension of University Boulevard to connect Devlin Road to Wellington Road.  Completes last segment of University Boulevard, which will connect Route 29 to Prince William Parkway/Godwin Drive

Description: Extends University Boulevard (2-lanes) from Devlin Road to Progress Court and a possible pedestrian facility. Total project length of 1.7 miles.

Approximate Project Cost: $30,000,000

Project Duration: 4 to 6 years

Existing Funding: $3.9 million in RSTP (Federal) funding. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Connectivity, LOS, provides parallel route, improves access to 13th High School, access to park and ride lots and Express Lanes

Cons: Utility impacts, environmental unknowns, half section

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Small2_rt28

Construction of a bypass to relieve congestion between the City of Manassas and Fairfax County

Description: 4-lane limited access road, extending from Flat Branch to Route 28 near the Fairfax/Prince William County Line and one bike/ped facility. Total project length of 3.5 miles.

Approximate Project Cost: $300,000,000

Proposed Project Funding: $100,000,000

Existing Funding: $95 million in NVTA funds. $100,000,000 more needed from other sources.

Project Duration: 5 to 7 years

Pros: Relieves congestion, LOS, regional project, bike/ped access, improves travel time, transit reliability, in Small Area Plan

Cons: Cost, not fully funded, environmental impacts, ROW impacts, large wall construction, neighborhood impacts

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Small2_sudley

Improve intersection safety and flow along Route 234 - Sudley Road

Description: Roundabouts at the Catharpin Road/Sudley Road intersection and the Pageland Rd/Sanders Lane/Sudley Road intersection (Includes Pageland Rd Realignment).

Approximate Project Cost: $12,500,000

Project Duration: 3 to 5 years

Existing Funding:  None. Unlikely to receive other funding.

Pros: Improves safety, traffic flow, LOS

Cons: Impact to ROW, maintenance of traffic (MOT), and unknown cultural resources

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Small2_rt55

Eliminate bottleneck between two proposed developer projects and improve the intersection of Catharpin Road at Route 55

Description: 4-lane widening of Route 55 from Gillis Way to Catharpin Road, and intersection improvements at the intersection of Route 55 at Catharpin Road, includes bike/pedestrian facilities. Total project length of 0.8 miles

Approximate Project Cost: $40,000,000

Project Duration: 4 to 6 years

Existing Funding: None. Unlikely to receive other funding.

Pros: Improves LOS, connectivity to proposed projects, intersection safety improvements

Cons: Projects it connects to are completed by others, ROW/utility impacts, maintenance of traffic (MOT), unknown cultural resources

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Small2_minnpw

To provide improved operations at the intersection of Minnieville Road and Prince William Parkway

Description: Grade separated intersection at Minnieville Road and Prince William Parkway.

Approximate Project Cost: $70,000,000

Project Duration: 4 to 6 years

Existing Funding: None. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Improves regional traffic, safety, LOS and capacity, has potential to leverage other funding, in Small Area Plan, allows for future development

Cons: Potential ROW and Utility impacts, MOT

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Small2_oldbridgegordon

To create safer traffic flow from I-95 to Old Bridge Road

Description: Construction of a flyover ramp from Route 123/I-95 to Old Bridge Road.

Approximate Project Cost: $15,000,000

Project Duration: 3 to 5 years

Existing Funding: None. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Improves traffic flow and safety, reduces queueing/stacking, 

Cons: Impacts to ROW, structure, maintenance of traffic

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Small2_oldbridgepw

To promote use of Prince William Parkway to access I-95 by adding capacity and providing safety improvements to the eastbound direction

Description: Addition of a lane to the ramp that connects eastbound Prince William Parkway traffic at Old Bridge Road.

Approximate Project Cost: $15,000,000

Project Duration: 3 to 5 years

Existing Funding: None. Eligible for other funding

Pros: Additional capacity on Prince William Parkway, improves safety, LOS, promotes better access to I-95

Cons: Potential major ROW impacts, utility impacts, MOT

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Small2_summit

Provides for improved and new connection between Minnieville Rd and Telegraph Rd

Description: 4-lane extension of Summit School Road to Caton Hill Road (through Telegraph Road).

Approximate Project Cost: $20,000,000

Project Duration: 3 to 4 years

Existing Funding: $11 million in NVTA Funds. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Connectivity, access to transit, improves bike/ped access, adds capacity, design for full section is fully funded and is being procured, in Small Area Plan

Cons: Unknown utilities and cultural resources impacts, does not complete full project (which extends to Prince William Parkway)

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Small2_vanburen

Creates an internal parallel route to I-95 and Route 1 between Dale Boulevard and Route 234

Description: 4-lane extension of Van Buren Road between Route 234 and Cardinal Drive. Includes bike/ped facilities. Total project length of 2.7 miles.

Approximate Project Cost: $70,000,000

Project Duration: 4 to 6 years

Existing Funding: None. Eligible for other funding.

Pros: Connectivity, relieves congestion, creates internal parallel route

Cons:  Cost, major environmental and grading impacts, neighborhood impacts, unknown cultural resources

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Small2_northwoodbridge

To improve the mobility network in the North Woodbridge Area

Description: Projects may consist of various mobility improvements adjacent to Route 1, Route 123, Horner Road, Annapolis Way and Marina Way.

Approximate Project Cost: $165,000,000

Proposed Project Funding: $55,000,000

Existing Funding: $450,000 Local TRIP funds (Annapolis Way). Eligible for other funding, 

Project Duration: 5 to 10 years

Pros: Connectivity, improves safety, access to transit, access to Occoquan Marina, creates an urban network in the most dense and multimodal area of the County, in Small Area Plan

Cons: Community and business access impacts, large footprint in an urban environment, MOT, environmental and grading impacts

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Small2_other

A separate line item is proposed for other safety/operational and bicycle/pedestrian projects Countywide for $35 million.

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