In coordination with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Loudoun County is hosting an online design public hearing to gain input from the public on construction improvements for the Route 7 and Berlin Turnpike (Route 287) interchange in the Town of Purcellville. The public hearing will be held Thursday, April 14, 2022, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Members of the public are invited to join the virtual hearing to learn, ask questions and provide input about the project.
Login information and hearing materials, including the public advertisement for the hearing, are available for review at loudoun.gov/route7-287interchange.
This project funds the design and construction of improvements for the Route 7 and Route 287 interchange in the Town of Purcellville. Within an estimated distance of 1.2 miles, the project scope includes lengthened and widened ramps, turn lanes and expanded turn and through lanes along Route 287 between Eastgate Drive and the westbound Route 7 entrance/exit ramps. It also includes expanded pedestrian access to the W&OD Trail and traffic signal modifications.
Comments will be accepted during the hearing, or by April 29, 2022, through the online comment form at loudoun.gov/route7-287interchange; by mail to Gary Pozzouli, Loudoun County Department of Transportation & Capital Infrastructure (DTCI), 101 Blue Seal Drive, Suite 102, Leesburg, VA, 20177; or by email to DTCI . Please reference “Route 7/287 Interchange Improvements” in the subject line.
Funding for this project includes local tax funding and VDOT Smart Scale funding (State Project: 6007-053-177 P101,R201, C501, UPC: 111664, Federal Project: PE -STP-5A01 (959), CN – NHPP-5B01(192). This federal program is administered locally by VDOT.
For more information about the Route 7 and Berlin Turnpike (Route 287) interchange project, including a link to sign up for updates about the project and upcoming public hearing, visit loudoun.gov/route7-287interchange.