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.
Burwell Road Rural Rustic.pdf
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.
Minnieville Road- Spriggs to Route 234.pdf
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 Construction Kickoff.pdf
Mia's Meadow Report.pdf
This project involves the improvement and widening of a section of Purcell Road from the intersection with Route 234 to west of the Purcell Branch crossing near Vista Brooke Drive to include the construction of a realigned two-lane road, improvements at the intersection of Purcell Road and Route 234, and improving an existing sharp curve on Purcell Road.
Route 1- Featherstone to Marys Way.pdf
This project involves the widening of Route 1 from Marys Way 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 10 foot wide multi-modal trail and a 5 foot wide sidewalk along the sides of the route. The project is part of the County's Six Year Capital Improvement Program (2015-2020) and was approved by the Board of Supervisors on May 6, 2014 by the passage of Res. No. 14-307. In FY 2014, the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority funded design work in the amount of $3 million.
Route 28- Phase I,II,and III.pdf
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:
Vint Hill Road Widening.pdf
This project will widen the existing Vint Hill Road to a four-lane roadway with curb and gutter between Sudley Manor Drive and Kettle Run Road and add a sidewalk on one side of Garry Glen Drive.
104554 - 2nd CIM Brochure - Vint Hill Road.pdf
Route 28 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 visit www.route28study.com.
Buckland Area Transportation Study
This is a feasibility study to determine the limits and phasing of the Buckland/Gainesville/Haymarket Bypass Conceptual Corridor. The study area includes the Fauquier County/ Prince William County border area approximately halfway between Gainesville and Warrenton. A bypass has the potential to redistribute traffic from Faquier County and other western counties around Gainesville and the Historic Buckland District; provide an alternative for congestion for local and regional traffic on Route 15 and Route 19 through Gainesville and Haymarket. For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/29by15/.