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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

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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.

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Richard LaBossiere 5 months ago

As a resident of Sanders Lane i moved from Fairfax County to the Rural Cresent for the life style that it offered yet was still close enough to the city. The traffic on Sanders Lane is to the point that we are a major throughfare despite the fact that the road ends in a one lane bridge to Loudoun County. Since Gum Springs round is a 4 lane road for most of the trip to Route 50 I believe that traffic should be directed to that road and off of Sanders Lane. If you want to keep the Rural Cresent you need to reduce traffic that travels through it on a daily basis.

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