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, the Board of County Supervisors, the Police Department, and County staff. Each project is selected based on improvements to road safety and traffic congestion issues.
Click on the name of each project for a direct link to its most recent Quarterly Project Report page.
The Antietam Road Sidewalk is a Safe Routes to School project benefitting students walking to Antietam Elementary School. The project involves the design and construction of sidewalks and crosswalks along Antietam Road from Old Bridge Road to Woodfern Court.
The Burwell Road/Fitzwater Drive Improvements project includes the design and construction of safety and intersection improvements at the intersection of Burwell Road and Fitzwater Drive.
This 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.
The Gideon Drive sidewalk project will provide pedestrian continuity along Gideon Drive by constructing several proposed sections of five foot wide concrete sidewalk. The new sections of sidewalk will link with existing sections along the northbound side of Gideon Drive. The project anticipates the use of retaining walls, a segment of guardrail, and curb and gutter to minimize impacts to adjacent properties.
The Glenkirk Road Sidewalk project involves the construction of approximately 1,300 feet of sidewalk primarily within existing rights-of way and existing utility easements along the western side of Glenkirk Road. The facility will connect to an existing 10-foot shared use path on Linton Hall Road, and existing sidewalks on Sterling Point Drive and at the southern terminus of the project on Glenkirk Road.
The Heritage Center Parkway and Route 1 Improvements Design-Build Project includes design and construction of improvements to extend the existing 2-lane Heritage Center Parkway located on the Marine Corp Base Quantico for approximately 0.30 miles to provide a second entrance to U.S. Route 1. The project also includes the intersection improvements to U.S. Route 1 for proper turning movements to and from Heritage Center Parkway. The construction of the new National Museum of the Marine Corps 'Day' Overlook. The project is being completed under a design-build contract administered by Prince William County Department of Transportation. Funding for the project is through grants from the State Transportation Partnership Opportunity Fund and the Heritage Foundation.
This project includes the Design and construction of an asphalt trail for a distance of a approximately 0.4 miles on Hoadly Road between Spriggs Road and Dale Boulevard.
This project is part of the 2006 Road Bond Referendum approved by the voters of Prince William County on November 7, 2006. The project widens Minnieville Road from an existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane divided roadway with a raised median from Spriggs Road to Route 234.
Minnieville Road Exhibit:
Minnieville Citizen Information Meeting (Transcript Documents)
The Panther Pride Drive Sidewalk Project involves the design and construction of a sidewalk and pedestrian facilities along Route 1 at Panther pride Drive.
This 2006 Road Bond Referendum project widens Prince William Parkway to a six-lane divided roadway with a raised median from Old Bridge Road to Minnieville Road. Improvements will also be made at the intersection of Prince William Parkway and Hillendale Drive.
The Old Bridge Road Pedestrian Improvement Project will provide the full design and construction of a pedestrian facility, approximately 3,650 feet along the northern side of Old Bridge Road (Route 641). This project will fill-in areas and improve continuity, connectivity, and linkages between schools, subdivision and commercial developments along the thoroughfare. The approximate limits of the project are between the intersections of Dillingham Square/Cricket Lane and the intersection of Mohican Road.
The Piper Lane Improvement Project is part of the Prince William County Broad Run Commuter Lot Project which includes the design and construction of additional commuter parking spaces at the Broad Run Commuter Lot. This phase of the project includes the widening of the northbound approach of Piper Lane (Rte. 660) at the intersection of Nokesville Road (Rte. 28) and Piper Lane (Rte. 660) to provide additional channelization lanes, improve traffic level of service (LOS) and/or traffic capacity to the intersection.
The Rollins Ford Road Improvement Project consists of the widening of Rollins Ford Road to a four-lane divided roadway from Vint Hill Road to the intersection of Song Sparrow Drive and Yellow Hammer Drive. This project also includes the construction of two 365' bridges spanning Broad Run, the construction of northbound lanes on Rollins Ford Road from Yellow Hammer Drive to Estate Manor Drive, the widening and reconstruction of a section of Vint Hill Road, and site preparation at the future site of the Rollins Ford Community Park.
This project widens Route 1 north to a six-lane roadway from Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road. Improvements will also be made at the intersections of Neabsco Mills Road and Dale Boulevard with Route 1. The new roadway will feature a 16 foot wide raised median with curb and gutter, on-road bike lanes, a pedestrian sidewalk, and asphalt trail.
This project involves several elements including the construction of a four lane divided section of University Boulevard from Sudley Manor Drive to Hornbaker Road (which was part of the 2006 Road Bond Referendum), and the widening of the existing University Boulevard to a six lane divided roadway from Hornbaker Road to the Route 234 Bypass. Also part of this project, is the widening of Hornbaker Road from north of University Boulevard to Thomason Barn Road to a four lane roadway.
This project involves the design and construction of an over 700 space commuter lot located at the old Potomac-Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) bus garage property on Telegraph Road. The project will be constructed in two phases. Phase I will include the construction of over 500 spaces of the commuter lot. Phase II will include roadway improvements to Telegraph Road to accommodate adequate ingress and egress to the lot, construction of the remaining commuter lot spaces, as well as the construction of a pedestrian trail connecting the new lot with the existing Prince William Parkway/I-95 Commuter Lot.
This project will widen the current two-lane undivided roadway in the section of Route 28 from Linton Hall Road to Fitzwater Drive to a four-lane Divided roadway which includes the relocation of Vint Hill Road.
Route 28 widening Exhibits:
Rte. 28 Public Hearing Transcript
This project involves reconstructing a portion of Logmill Road just west of Hickory Grove, beginning 1,200 feet west of Parnell Court and ending 200 feet east of Meander Creek Lane. The proposed project will increase the existing sight distance by improving the vertical geometry of the roadway, meeting AASHTO standards. The purpose of the project is to improve the safety of this section of Logmill Road.
Logmill Road Exhibits:
Logmill Road Public Hearing Document 5-20-14
Logmill Road NEPA Document