Nighttime Road Work on Braddock Road


    Last fall we were fortunate to have had Braddock Road repaved between Rolling Road and Roberts Road. Due to the work being completed so close to the cold weather season, the last few bits of corrective work had to wait until the Spring to be done. Supervisor Cook has approved a Noise Variance for nighttime work between the hours of 9:00 p.m. through 5:00 a.m. Sunday night through Friday morning. This work is not permitted prior to 9:00 a.m. on Sundays or Federal Holidays. This Noise Variance is approved for the dates beginning on April 1 and shall expire at 5 a.m. on May 9, and will include milling and resurfacing patches of Braddock Road from Roberts Road to Rolling Road. During the same time period, milling, resurfacing and marking of Braddock Road from Ravensworth Road to Queensbury Avenue will also occur.

    Additionally, a Noise Variance has been approved for the following work at the intersection of Braddock Road and Roanoke River Road:
Construction activity
Demolition of roadway and median
Installation of SWM structure and pipe
Milling and resurfacing and marking
Installation of Fairfax water line

Campus Drive Construction Update    

    The variance restrictions are the same as for the aforementioned work. If you have any questions, we have copies of the documents here at the Supervisor’s office. You can also call the office at 703-425-9300 or email us at braddock@fairfaxcounty.gov. We appreciate your patience with the last bits of this work as we strive to make Braddock Road an easier travel option.

    By mid-April 2013, the detour on Route 123/Ox Road will be in effect between University Drive and Mason Pond Drive. While four lanes of traffic will be open, expect delays along this corridor as the bridges are built on Route 123 over Campus Drive below.

Roanoke River Road/Braddock Road Renovation Update

    It is expected that starting in early April 2013 work hours on Braddock Road will mostly shift to 10:30 p.m.-5 a.m. nightly. As the project nears completion, paving on Braddock Road as well as the installation of a new traffic signal at Roanoke River Road and Braddock Road remain. There still may be some limited lane closures between 9am-3pm as needed.
For construction News, visit http://building.gmu.edu/


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