Corridor Study of Western Loudoun North-South Rural Roads

Overview

  • The purpose of this project is to assess the existing safety, operations, and roadway configuration of three corridors in northwest Loudoun County.
  • The study will determine where improvements are needed to prepare the roadways for expected traffic volume increases in the future.
  • Corridors included in the project:  
    • Woodgrove Road (Route 719)
    • Cider Mill Road (Route 751)
    • Stony Point Road (Route 719)
  • These three corridors together connect Route 9 and Route 7 in the western portion of the county. They also connect the Town of Hillsboro and the Town of Round Hill.

Current Phase: Planning Study Start

Estimated Timeline

  • Fall 2022: Planning Study Start
  • Fall 2023: Public Input 
  • Fall 2023 - Winter 2024: Project Completion

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If you have questions about this project, email the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructureor call 703-737-8624.

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Email Glen Barbour, Public Information Officer or call 703-771-5086.