Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study

Project News and Updates

Community Meeting Held Sept. 11, 2017

Sully Supervisor Kathy Smith and the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) held a community meeting on the Prince William County Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study, Monday, Sept. 11, in the cafeteria of Centreville Elementary School, 14330 Green Trails Blvd., Centreville, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., with a presentation beginning at 7 p.m. The purpose of the meeting was to inform residents who use the Fairfax County portion of Route 28 about future infrastructure and commuting improvements.

Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need this information in an alternate format or would like to request reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency for events, contact FCDOT at 703-877-5600, TTY 711. Requests for assistance must be received at least 7 business days in advance of an event.


Project Background

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority has funded a Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study, which is being undertaken by the City of Manassas and Prince William County. The goals for the study are to identify infrastructure improvements that will improve travel times and network reliability within the Route 28 Corridor through Prince William County, the City of Manassas, the City of Manassas Park and into Fairfax County, and develop a plan to implement these improvement project(s). A Public Information Meeting for this study will be held September 7, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Manassas Park Community Center, 99 Adams St, Manassas Park, Va. 

In addition to reducing congestion along Route 28, key objectives of the study include:

- Provide increased opportunities for alternative modes of travel, including bicycles, walking and ridesharing.

- Provide improved access to transit facilities.

- Identify improvement project(s) that have public consensus.

- Identify improvement project(s) that avoid or minimize environmental impacts and impacts to existing development.

For more information about the study, visit

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