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Route 7-690 Interchange
- This project funds the design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction of an interchange at Route 7 and Route 690 (Hillsboro Road) in Purcellville, located approximately two miles west of the Route 7/Berlin Turnpike interchange and approximately two miles east of the Route 7 and Business Route 7 interchange.
- The proposed Route 7/Route 690 interchange would alleviate connectivity issues in the roadway network around Purcellville, reduce traffic in downtown Purcellville and on Route 287, and provide a more direct route to destinations north and northeast of Route 7, including Woodgrove High School and Mountain View Elementary.
- A public information meeting on the design and location of the proposed interchange was held in April 2018 at Woodgrove High School to answer questions concerning the project and receive comments from the public on the proposed interchange project.
- The project has been awarded Virginia Department of Transportation Smart Scale funding. This funding is scheduled to be provided in two installments of $5.5 million and $4.065 million in FY 2022 and FY 2023, respectively, bringing the project’s total budget to about $40.71 million.
- The Smart Scale program includes the use of Federal Funds. As a result, the project will follow Federal procedural requirements, including adhering to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.
- As part of the NEPA process, an Environmental Assessment has been prepared to analyze and document the potential social, economic and environmental effects associated with the proposed interchange project. The NEPA document was revised in December of 2019 as a result of a plan revision to incorporate roundabouts at the intersections of the proposed on/off ramps with existing Hillsboro Road.
- The proposed project conceptual plans and revised environmental documents are available for review on this web page or at the office of the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure.
Community Meeting - March 24
- Loudoun County is hosting a community meeting to provide an update to the public on proposed Route 7 and Route 690 (Hillsboro Road) interchange project in the Town of Purcellville. The meeting will be Friday, March 24, 2023, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Purcellville Train Station, Large Room, 200 N. 21st Street, Purcellville, Va. Members of the public are invited to attend the meeting to learn and ask questions about the project.
Comments through the comment form; by mail to Gary Pozzouli, Loudoun County Department of Transportation & Capital Infrastructure, 101 Blue Seal Drive, Suite 102, Leesburg, VA, 20177; or by email to [email protected]. Please reference “Route 7/690 Interchange” in the subject line.
Current Phase: Right of Way
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- Spring 2023 - Fall 2023: Right of Way
- Winter 2024 - Spring 2024: Procurement of Construction Contractor
- Spring 2024: Award Contract – Construction
- Spring 2024: Notice to Proceed – Construction
- Spring 2024 - Spring 2027: Construction
- Spring 2027: Substantial Completion
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- Route 7-690 Interchange - LACC Willingness for Public Comment (PDF)
- Route 7-690 Interchange - Exhibit
- Public Notice of Route 7 and 690 Interchange Revised Environmental Assessment (PDF)
- Revised Draft Environmental Assessment for Route 7 and 690 Interchange (PDF)
- Approved Environmental Assessment for Route 7 and 690 Interchange (PDF)
- Conceptual Plans for Route 7 and 690 Interchange (PDF)
- Search Board of Supervisors documents for information related to this project.
- If you have questions about this project, email county staffor call
- Email Glen Barbour, Public Information Officeror call