VDOT has conducted a preliminary study of alternatives to improve the often heavily congested Route 28/I-66 interchange.
Anyone who would like to learn more about the VDOT study can visit the Stone Middle School Cafeteria on April 29 from 6-8 p.m. VDOT will be on hand to answer any questions.
From VDOT's website:
The study will consider:
- Traffic volumes at the year 2040
- Right-of-way impacts and property access issues for the Fairfax County Park Authority
- Braddock and Walney Roads
- Community concerns
- Possible phasing opportunities
There is currently $5 million of funding allocated for preliminary engineering of improvements at this location.
Written comments may be submitted at the meeting or sent to VDOT by May 9. Send comments to:
Leonard Siegel, P.E.
Virginia Department of Transportation
4975 Alliance Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030
or email meeting_comments@VDOT.virginia.gov with "I-66 and Route 28 improvements" in the subject line.
More details about the project are available on VDOT's website.