Corridor Study of Western Loudoun North-South Rural Roads

Overview

  • The purpose of this project is to further study Woodgrove Road (Route 719), Cider Mill Road (Route 751) and Stoney Point Road (Route 719) to determine where improvements are needed to prepare the roadways for expected increases in traffic volumes.
  • This study will address short-term improvements that address crash risk and long-term improvements that will involve roadway alignments and roadside improvements.
  • These roadways are located in the rolling countryside in western Loudoun County; they serve farms and farm markets, equestrian facilities, wineries and breweries. These three corridors 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.
  • On June 21, 2022, the Board of Supervisors approved the recommendation to complete the Route 9 Western Area North-South Rural Roadway Corridor Planning Study.

Current Phase: Planning Study Start

Estimated Timeline

  • Summer 2022: Planning Study Start
  • Winter 2024: Public Input 
  • Spring 2024: Study Completion

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

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