Loudoun County officials are celebrating the completion of safety and mobility improvements on Allder School Road. The project included the paving of approximately 8,300 feet of Allder School Road (Route 711) from Woodgrove Road (Route 719) to Hillsboro Road (Route 690). The improvements include a new bridge over the South Fork of the Catoctin Creek, the placement of utilities underground, better drainage and a roundabout at the intersection of Allder School Road and Short Hill Road.
On Monday, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall and Blue Ridge District Supervisor Tony Buffington joined with members of the community, including Purcellville Mayor Kwasi Fraser, nearby residents and construction workers on the project, for a ceremonial ribbon cutting.
This segment of Allder School Road serves as an east/west access road for residents. The improvements to the roadway will provide a safe access route to Woodgrove High School and Mountain View Elementary School.
Construction on the project began in July 2017. It was completed ahead of schedule. The total cost of the project was $8.7 million.
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As shown in the photo above and in a larger view here, Loudoun County hosted a ceremonial ribbon-cutting Monday, July 2, 2018, to mark the completion of improvements to Allder School Road.