The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is asking drivers who use Interstate 95 at Route 123 in Woodbridge for feedback on potential improvements that are under evaluation for the intersection.
The interchange at I-95 averages up to 232,000 vehicles a day, and Route 123, or Gordon Boulevard, averages up to 71,000 vehicles per day.
The study is assessing modification and relocation of traffic signals, lane extensions, ramp reconfiguration and managing access, and pedestrian, bicycle and transit enhancements to improve traffic flow and safety.
VDOT encourages residents and drivers who use the intersection to share virtual feedback, through April 19, according to a VDOT press release.
The public may also send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
or to Ms. Angel Tao, P.E., Virginia Department of Transportation, 4975 Alliance Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030.
Potential improvements to safety and operations to adjacent intersections at Route 123 and Old Bridge Road, as well as Route 1 and Route 123 are also in the study phase. Chances to learn more and comment on these studies
will come later this spring, the release stated.
The studies do not set any project construction dates. Instead they introduce proposed improvements that localities can pursue for funding.