Countywide Dialogue on Transportation: Projects by Type
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- Intersection improvements that include some type of grade separation as the solution to the delays at the intersection or a redesign of the interchange that is currently at the location. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 1 - 11 are Interchange projects.
- View Interchange project sheets
- New roadway construction that extends and connects to the existing roadway network. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 12 - 19 are Roadway Extensions.
- View Roadway Extension project sheets
Roadway Spot Improvements:
- Improvements to a single location/intersection or a series of intersections that is not considered to be a major road widening. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 20 - 42 are Spot Improvements.
- View Roadway Spot project sheets
- The addition of travel lanes to a roadway to increase capacity and reduce congestion. All widening projects will include a complete streets blueprint to include bicycle and pedestrian improvements, new transit facilities, bus shelters, pads, and bus pull offs. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 43 - 74 are Roadway Widening projects.
- View Roadway Widening project sheets
- Infrastructure or service improvements needed to provide increased or new transit service throughout the county. This includes increasing the number of buses on a route, increasing the time that the route operates, or adding new routes. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 75 - 85 are Transit projects.
- View Transit project sheets
- The Fairfax County Bicycle Master Plan is used as a guide to developing new projects such as bike lanes, sidewalks, and trails. *On the CDOT survey, projects numbered 86 - 192 are Pedestrian and Bicycle improvements.
- View Pedestrian and Bicycle project sheets