Fairfax Forward - The Dulles Suburban Center Study



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The Dulles Suburban Center Study  

Dulles Suburban Center Study The Dulles Suburban Center Study is a comprehensive planning study that will assess the current conditions and land usage of parcels that lie adjacent to the Washington-Dulles International Airport along the Route 28 and Route 50 corridors.

This study will evaluate existing land uses and gauge the potential for alternative land use opportunities in this area. The Dulles Suburban Center study area comprises of over 6,300 acres generally consisting of land south of the Dulles Toll Road to I-66, west of Centreville Road. The study area also includes areas along Route 50 between Centreville Road and the Loudoun County border.   

The interactive map of the study area  provides a variety of information, including layers showing the location of police and fire stations, schools, bike trails, bus routes, libraries and much more. Click on the "Layers" tab to the left of the map and scroll through the available layers. Please note that some layers are only visible if you zoom in or out on the map.You can also use the "Address Search" feature found below the "Information" tab to locate a specific address and see what features are nearby.  

 

 


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