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I-66 Beltway to Haymarket - VDOT

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I-66 Beltway to Haymarket - VDOT

Fairfax County Transportation Subcommittee

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I-66 Beltway to Haymarket - VDOT

  1. 1. Fairfax County Transportation Subcommittee Project Briefing #2 December 9, 2014
  2. 2. Agenda • Project Update • Environmental Document • Transit & Traffic Demand Management , Park & Ride • Corridor Operations • Express Lane Access Locations • Public Outreach status • P3 Procurement Status • Major Milestones 2
  3. 3. Environmental Status Scope of the Environmental Assessment Environmental Data Collection • Waters of the US delineation • Parks • Historic properties • Threatened & endangered species • Other resources 3
  4. 4. Transit and Traffic Demand Management Status Transit/TDM Technical Advisory Group (TTAG) Input • access point alternative concepts • transit assumptions to the Interchange Justification Request travel forecast model • preliminary scenario for initial model run and Measures of Effectiveness for assessment • transit scenario development; TDM strategy development 4
  5. 5. Transit / TDM Implementation Other Coordination Efforts • Coordination with Fairfax and Prince William Counties on status of park-and-ride lots • Coordination with Town of Haymarket on status of park-and-ride lot(s) Next Steps (December / January timeframe) • Review initial forecast • Transit demand • Park & Ride lot demand • Evaluate transit service scenarios • Continue to develop and refine TDM strategies 5
  6. 6. Study Park & Ride Facilities 6 US 15/James Madison Hwy. P University Blvd. P VA 234/Prince William Pkwy. p Balls Ford Rd. P Monument Dr. Stringfellow Rd. p P/T Vienna Metrorail Station p P I-66 park-and-ride focus location T I-66 transit transfer focus location
  7. 7. Corridor Operations Strategies: • Sharing real-time information • Implementing active traffic management during & after construction • Displaying travel times • Performing effective incident management • Establishing redundant communications • Enabling connected/automated vehicles in the future 7 Tasks:  Establish Working Group  Develop corridor vision  Identify initial needs and high-level requirements identified • Finalize corridor vision • Define project requirements
  8. 8. Typical Sections 290’ Alt. 1 – Concrete Barrier with Full Shoulders and Median for Future Center Transit (with auxiliary lanes, if needed) 246’ Alt. 2A –Flexible Barrier with Buffer and Median for Future Center Transit (with auxiliary lanes, if needed) 206’ Alt. 2B –Flexible Barrier with Buffer and No Median (with auxiliary lanes, if needed)
  9. 9. Preliminary Access Alternatives (Prince William County) 9 Balls Ford Rd. - to/from east University Blvd. - to/from east VA 234 Bypass/ Cushing Rd. - to/from east Between US 15 and US 29 - to/from east US 15 / James Madison Hwy. - to/from east University Blvd. - to/from east Balls Ford Rd. - to/from east EXPRESS LANES ACCESS ALTERNATIVE 1 EXPRESS LANES ACCESS ALTERNATIVE 2
  10. 10. Preliminary Access Alternatives (Fairfax County) 10 Vaden Dr. - to/from west West US 50 / Lee Jackson VA 123/Chain Bridge Rd. - to/from east Hwy. - to/from east Monument Dr. - to/from east & west Stringfellow Rd. - to/from east VA 28 / Sully Rd. - to/from east & west I-495 Full access - to/from west Express lanes transition ramps Monument Dr. - to/from east & west Stringfellow Rd. VA 28 / Sully Rd. - to/from east - to/from east & west Vaden Dr. - to/from west BUS ONLY I-495 Partial access - to/from west transition ramp EXPRESS LANES ACCESS ALTERNATIVE 2 EXPRESS LANES ACCESS ALTERNATIVE 1
  11. 11. Project Outreach & Agency Coordination Public Information Meetings (6:30 – 8:30 p.m.) • 1/26/2015 at Oakton High School, Vienna, VA • 1/27/2015 at Bull Run Elementary School, Centreville, VA • 1/28/2015 at Battlefield High School, Haymarket, VA • 1/29/2015 at VDOT NOVA District, Fairfax, VA Snow dates » 2/4/2015 at Battlefield High School » 2/5/2015 at VDOT NOVA District Continued briefings to key stakeholder groups • Update briefings to transportation groups • Update briefings to state and local elected officials • Initial briefings to HOAs and community groups New project logo and website launch 11
  12. 12. I-66 Project Website Launching Soon 12 • Dedicated website for a high-priority project • Distinct project identity with easy to access and up-to-date information • Interactive features encouraging open dialogue with the public
  13. 13. 13 I-66 Project - Have Your Say! Provide input by: • Posting on the discussion board • Sending us an e-mail Stay informed by: • Attending public meetings • e-news updates • Facebook and Twitter
  14. 14. P3 Procurement Status • Established commercial working group • Completing preliminary financial and cost estimates • Preparing for CTB interim briefing as part of the P3 process, prior to formal start of procurement • P3 Request for Qualifications – February 2015 • Shortlist P3 Firms – Spring 2015 14
  15. 15. Major Project Milestones 15 Key Milestones Dates Submit project for inclusion in CLRP December 2014 Public Information Meetings January 2015 P3 RFQ February 2015 NEPA Public Hearing May 2015 Draft RFP Summer 2015 NEPA / FHWA Decision End of 2015 Final P3 RFP End of 2015 Financial Close December 2016 Construction Start 2017

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