The Prince William County Department of Transportation implements road projects that have been approved by the Board of County Supervisors. Projects are selected on a priority basis to improve road safety and to reduce traffic congestion. County voters also approve projects as part of a road bond referendum. Voter approval allows the County to sell bonds in order to establish funding for projects. Projects are suggested by citizens, Board of County Supervisors, the Police Department, and County staff. Each project is selected based on improvements to road safety and traffic congestion issues.
The Burwell Road/Fitzwater Drive Improvements project included paving Burwell Rd from the existing paved road to the Fauquier County line, and the construction of safety and intersection improvements at the intersection of Burwell Road and Fitzwater Drive. The project was completed in Fall 2019.
Discovery Boulevard Extension- Thomasson Barn Road Extension
This project designed and constructed the extension of Discovery Boulevard approximately 1,600 feet from the existing terminus to Hornbaker Road. The project also included a five-foot wide sidewalk on the north side to connect Discovery Boulevard to Hornbaker Road. The project was completed in 2019.
This project constructed trails and sidewalks in Innovation Science and Technology Park to complete missing segments along University Boulevard, Innovation Drive, Discovery Boulevard. The project was completed in 2020.
Route 28, Phase II (Realigned Vint Hill Road to Fitzwater Drive)
This project widened Route 28 to a four-lane divided facility from realigned Vint Hill Road to Fitzwater Drive (approximately 2.2 miles). The project included pedestrian facilities, traffic signals, retaining walls, bridge replacement, and storm water management improvements. The project was completed in 2019.
Route 28, Phase III (Linton Hall Road to Pennsylvania Avenue)
This project includes widening 1.4 miles of Route 28 from a four-lane undivided roadway to a six-lane divided roadway. Major project features include roadway widening, storm drainage improvements, storm water management facilities, pedestrian facilities, traffic signals, utility improvements, City of Manassas water main improvements, and construction modifications to the Route 28 bridge over Broad Run.
Vint Hill Road Extension (Sudley Manor Drive to Garry Glen Drive)
This project widened existing Vint Hill Road to a four-lane roadway with curb and gutter between Sudley Manor Drive and adding a sidewalk on the one side of Garry Glen Drive, widening Kettle Run Road and adding a sidewalk on the west side, along routes that are existing, and proposed water transmission facilities of the City of Manassas (City). The project was completed in 2019.
Intersection Improvements at Prince William Parkway and University Boulevard
This project constructs innovative intersection improvements at Prince William Parkway and University Boulevard (Quadrant Road Intersection).
A public information Meeting was held on May 20, 2019. To view the meeting details, please click the link below:
University Boulevard Extension (Edmonston Drive to Sudley Manor Drive)
This project will extend University Boulevard from its current terminus to Edmonston Drive to Sudley Manor Drive. The new portion of University Boulevard will be four lanes wide, with the total length of the project being approximately 1.25 miles. The project will also include the construction of a 10-foot wide shared use path on the south side of University Boulevard for the entire length of the project to include a sidewalk on the north side of the project. The shared use path is a component of a longer planned trail that will parallel University Boulevard for the entire length in the future.
Design Public Hearing Design Public Hearing Univ Blvd 11-4-19 F.pdf
Balls Ford Road Interchange
This project will provide a new grade-separated interchange at Route 234 (Prince William Parkway) and relocated Route 621 (Balls Ford Road), that will include a bridge crossing the existing Norfolk Southern Railroad. In addition, the project will construct a relocated Balls Ford Road as a new four-lane facility with a raised median between Delvin Road and Doane Drive.
Balls Ford Road Widening
This project will widen Balls Ford Road to a four-lane section from Groveton Road to Route 234 Business. The scope of this project includes the widening of this section of Balls Ford Road to a four-lane divided roadway with a 16-foot wide median to add much needed capacity to the system: and the design of a ten-foot wide shared use path along with a five-foot wide concrete sidewalk along the north and south side of the road respectively. The length of this project is approximately 2 miles.
Design plans can be found here Balls Ford Road Public Hearing Plans VDOT Project No 0621-076-265 c501 - For Public Availibility.pdf
Design Public Hearing Documents
Devlin Road Widening
This project is an extension and widening of Balls Ford Road through Devlin Road. The project will tie into planned intersection improvements at Devlin Road and University Boulevard.
This project constructed an access road in Innovation Town Center. The project was completed in 2021.
Dumfries Road Sidewalk
This project constructed approximately 800 feet of new sidewalk along the east side of Dumfries Road, connecting the Forest Park Mobile Home Community to the signalized intersection at Counselor Road. The project was completed in 2020.
Route 234- Brentsville Road Interchange Project
This project will construct an innovative interchange at Route 234 and Brentsville Road.
Saratoga Lane Improvements
This project paved Saratoga Lane. The project was completed in 2021.
Waterview Paving Project
This projected paved Waterview Drive from Hinson Mill Lane to Haire Street. The project was completed in 2020.
Featherbed Lane Paving
This project paved Featherbed Lane (Route 622) from the end of existing pavement approximately 0.56 miles north of Lee Highway (Route 29) to 130 feet south of Sudley Road (VA-234). The length of the unpaved section of Featherbed Lane was 8,600feet / 1.61 miles. The project was completed in 2019.
Pageland Improvements Project
This project constructs a right turn lane and traffic signal at the intersection of Pageland Lane and Route 234 to improve safety and operations.
Old Carolina Road Project
This project constructs an asphalt trail on Old Carolina Road to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety.
Neabsco Mills Road Widening
This project widens Neabsco Mills Road from an existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane divided roadway with a raised median from Smoke Court to Jefferson Davis Highway, Route 1. The project will also include a ten-foot shared use path and a five-foot sidewalk.
Smoketown Road/ Opitz Boulevard Pedestrian Improvements
This project constructed curb ramps, crosswalks, cut-through pathways at the channelizing islands and pedestrian signals at the intersection of Smoketown Road at Gideon Drive and Opitz Boulevard at Potomac Mills. The project was completed in 2021.
This project improves the intersection of Gemini Way and Minnieville Road to improve access to the Dale City Commuter Lot. The project includes a 635 foot sidewalk on Minnieville Road.
Old Bridge Road Sidewalk (Tacketts Mill to Minnieville Road)
This projects will design and construct approximately 950 feet of new sidewalk located on the south side of Old Bridge Road from the entrance of the Tackett's Mill Shopping Center to Minnieville Road.
Mill Street Crosswalk and ADA Ramps
This pedestrian and bicycle project includes improving crosswalks and ADA ramps.
Summit School Road and Telegraph Road
This project will construct an access road between Summit School Road and Telegraph Road.
PUBLIC INFORMATION PRESENTATION. PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE PUBLIC INFORMATION PRESENTATION FOR THE SUMMIT SCHOOL AND TELEGRAPH ROAD PROJECT
Old Bridge Road-Occoquan Road Intersection Improvements
This project will realign the roadway, add a turn lane and construct a new pedestrian crosswalk to relieve congestion and improve safety.
Dumfries Road North Shared Use Path (Country Club Drive to Exeter Drive)
This project designed and constructed a ten-foot-wide asphalt shared use path from Country Club Drive to 240 feet south of Exeter Drive along the west side of Dumfries Road (Route 234). The new path connects the existing shared use path at Country Club Drive with the existing shared use path south of Exeter Drive. This project was completed in 2019.
Fuller Heights Road
his project will widen Fuller Road which is the entrance road to serving the Quantico Marine Corps. Base, the Town of Quantico, and communities adjacent to the base. The improvements will involve the widening of the existing four-lane undivided section of a four-lane divided section of roadway and the relocation of Fuller Heights Road east to provide for the maximum spacing between the intersections of Route 1 and Fuller Heights Road.
Maureen Caddigan Way (formerly Inn Street)
This project constructed a two-lane roadway to connect Joplin Road and Jefferson Davis Highway to improve overall operations and accessibility to properties at this location. The project was completed in 2019.
Van Buren Road Environmental Study
This project will complete a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study on Van Buren Road.
Route 1 Widening (Town of Dumfries)
This project will widen Route 1 (Fraley Boulevard) northbound from two to six lanes to serve two-way traffic with pedestrian and bike facilities.
Blackburn Road Pedestrian Improvements
This project constructed a sidewalk/ multi-use trail from Route 1 to the newly constructed Neabsco Boardwalk across from Rippon Lodge. The project was completed in 2019.
Rippon Landing Neighborhood Park Parking Lot
This project constructed a parking lot at Rippon Landing Neighborhood Park for visitors to the park, Neabsco Creek Boardwalk and Rippon Landing Historic Home. The project was completed in 2019.
Express Lane Sidewalk
This project constructed a missing section of the sidewalk at the front of the Woodbridge VRE station and replaced 3 ADA ramps to improve commuter safety and accessibility.
Horner Road Sidewalk
This project constructed a missing sidewalk section with 360 feet of new sidewalk along Horner Road ending at Kilby Elementary School. This project was completed in 2019.
Opitz Boulevard Sidewalk
This project involves the design and construction of approximately 1,300 feet of sidewalk along the south side of Opitz Boulevard. The facility will connect to an existing sidewalk on Potomac Center Boulevard, and to an existing sidewalk on Opitz Boulevard at the Potomac Library. This project was completed in 2020.
Route 1- Featherstone to Marys Way
This project involves the widening of Route 1 from Marys âWay to Featherstone Road from a four lane undivided highway to a six lane divided highway. The total distance of the project will be 1.3 miles and will include the construction of a 1â0 foot wide multi-modal trail and a 5 foot wide sidewalk along the sides of the route.
Southampton Street Sidewalk
This project constructed a sidewalk to provide safe pedestrian access from residential to commercial areas. This project was completed in 2019.
This project is a roadway improvement project to extend Annapolis Way to connect Route 1 to Route 123. The project also includes a design of extending the adjacent roadway of Marina Way and a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) for North Woodbridge.
Neabsco/Potomac Commuter Parking Garage
This project includes the construction of a 1,400 space garage within the vicinity of the Neabsco Mills Road Widening Project. The construction of the garage will serve as a park and ride facility for commuters, relieving capacity at the Route 1/Route 234 park and ride lot.
Route 28 NEPA Study
The Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study evaluates alternatives to relieve congestion on Route 28 (Nokesville Road/ Center Street/ Church Street/Centreville Road) through the City of Manassas, the City of Manassas Park, and the Yorkshire area of Prince William County and select a preferred alternative to be included in the County's long range plans as well as Smart Scale prioritization consideration. The partnering jurisdictions are Prince William County, Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, and City of Manassas. For more information about the Route 28 Corridor Feasibility Study, please visitwww.route28study.com.