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Route 659 (Belmont Ridge Road)
Reconstruct to 4-Lanes Project
Pardon Our Dust Meeting
Belmont Station Elementary School
Oc...
2
 Northern Virginia Transportation Authority
 Loudoun County
 Virginia Department of Transportation
 Dewberry Consult...
3
Objectives
 Project Location
 Project Purpose and Need
 Provide an Overview of Design Features
Describe Construction...
Project Location
4
North
South
West East
• Improve traffic safety
through improvements to
roadway geometry,
operations, and grade
separation of W&OD
• Improve capa...
6
Major Design Features
Typical Section
 Four lane divided roadway
 26’ Wide Grass Median
 10’ Wide Shared Use Path on ...
7
Construction Sequence
Stages 1, 2 & 3
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Bridge Construction Sequence
Stages 1 & 2
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Major Design Features
Grade Separated Interchange Over
W&OD Trail
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Major Design Features
W&OD Trail Parking Facility
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• Wall 1: Hay Rd. to 876’ North, Aprox.13’ Tall
Scheduled to complete by end of 2017.
Major Design Features
Noise Barri...
12
• Wall 2: Churchill Downs Dr. to Chesterton St. is 1,963 LF,
Approx. 13’ Tall, and Scheduled to complete by end of 2017...
13
• Wall 2: Churchill Downs Dr. to Chesterton St. is 1,963 LF,
Approx. 13’ Tall, and Scheduled to complete by end of 2017...
14
•Wall 3: Chesterton
St. to 384’ North,
Aprox.13’ Tall
Scheduled to be
complete by end
of 2017.
Major Design Features
No...
15
• Concrete Posts and
Concrete Panels
•Panels:
Ashlar Stone Pattern
with a 12 Inch Tall
Coping on the Top
Stained Color ...
16
Project Metrics
Total Project Budget: $61 Million
Construction Contract Value: $45.5 Million
Project Length: 1.9 Mil...
17
Construction Metrics
 Communications 13,000 LF Line
Relocations
 Overhead Power 9,000 LF
 Gas Line 7,000 LF Relocati...
18
September 2015 Notice To Proceed
October 2015 - July 2016 Complete Design / Permitting
Summer 2016 - Winter 2016 Right ...
Addressing Your Concerns…
Regarding Construction
19
 A majority of the construction operations will be on
weekdays during...
20
http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/northernvirginia/belmont
_ridge_road_widening.asp
(this webpage will be updated thr...
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Belmont Ridge Road Pardon Our Dust meeting

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Presentation from the Oct. 27 Pardon Our Dust meeting regarding the Belmont Ridge Road widening project.

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Belmont Ridge Road Pardon Our Dust meeting

  1. 1. Route 659 (Belmont Ridge Road) Reconstruct to 4-Lanes Project Pardon Our Dust Meeting Belmont Station Elementary School October 27, 2016
  2. 2. 2  Northern Virginia Transportation Authority  Loudoun County  Virginia Department of Transportation  Dewberry Consultants, LLC  Shirley Contracting Company The Project Team
  3. 3. 3 Objectives  Project Location  Project Purpose and Need  Provide an Overview of Design Features Describe Construction Sequence Discuss the Project Schedule Answer Your Questions
  4. 4. Project Location 4 North South West East
  5. 5. • Improve traffic safety through improvements to roadway geometry, operations, and grade separation of W&OD • Improve capacity & reduce congestion • Enhance Connectivity of Regional Multimodal Transportation Network • Complete 4 lane roadway section from Route 7 to the Dulles Greenway 5 Project Purpose and Need
  6. 6. 6 Major Design Features Typical Section  Four lane divided roadway  26’ Wide Grass Median  10’ Wide Shared Use Path on Both Sides of the Road
  7. 7. 7 Construction Sequence Stages 1, 2 & 3
  8. 8. 8 Bridge Construction Sequence Stages 1 & 2
  9. 9. 9 Major Design Features Grade Separated Interchange Over W&OD Trail
  10. 10. 10 Major Design Features W&OD Trail Parking Facility
  11. 11. 11 • Wall 1: Hay Rd. to 876’ North, Aprox.13’ Tall Scheduled to complete by end of 2017. Major Design Features Noise Barriers
  12. 12. 12 • Wall 2: Churchill Downs Dr. to Chesterton St. is 1,963 LF, Approx. 13’ Tall, and Scheduled to complete by end of 2017. Major Design Features Noise Barriers
  13. 13. 13 • Wall 2: Churchill Downs Dr. to Chesterton St. is 1,963 LF, Approx. 13’ Tall, and Scheduled to complete by end of 2017. Major Design Features Noise Barriers
  14. 14. 14 •Wall 3: Chesterton St. to 384’ North, Aprox.13’ Tall Scheduled to be complete by end of 2017. Major Design Features Noise Barriers
  15. 15. 15 • Concrete Posts and Concrete Panels •Panels: Ashlar Stone Pattern with a 12 Inch Tall Coping on the Top Stained Color Hopsac Major Design Features Noise Barriers
  16. 16. 16 Project Metrics Total Project Budget: $61 Million Construction Contract Value: $45.5 Million Project Length: 1.9 Miles Right-of-Way Acquisition: 26 Parcels Adjustments to 5 Utilities Project Duration: 39 months
  17. 17. 17 Construction Metrics  Communications 13,000 LF Line Relocations  Overhead Power 9,000 LF  Gas Line 7,000 LF Relocations  36” Water Main: 10,000 LF  Earth Moving: 125,000 CY (15,500 Truck Loads)  Storm Drainage: 14,200 LF Pipe 155 Drainage Structures  Pavement Stone: 45,000 Tons  Asphalt Pavement: 80,000 Tons  Noise Barrier: 47,000 SF  Pavement Markings: 130,000 LF
  18. 18. 18 September 2015 Notice To Proceed October 2015 - July 2016 Complete Design / Permitting Summer 2016 - Winter 2016 Right of Way Acquisition Fall 2016 - Winter 2017 Utility Relocations October 31, 2017 Grade Separation Complete Fall 2016 - Winter 2017 Stage 1 Construction Winter 2017 - Fall 2018 Stage 2 Construction Winter 2018 Stage 3 / Complete Project Project Schedule
  19. 19. Addressing Your Concerns… Regarding Construction 19  A majority of the construction operations will be on weekdays during normal daytime hours, generally 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.  Weekends will be utilized as make-up day due to weather.  Flagging operations to a single lane will be performed to place safety measures and equipment access.  Nighttime operations will result in noise impacts.  Notices will be distributed to email distribution list and directly to fire, rescue, and school personnel.  VDOT to send press releases for major traffic shifts.  Speed limit will be reduced from 45 mph to 40 mph during construction.
  20. 20. 20 http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/northernvirginia/belmont _ridge_road_widening.asp (this webpage will be updated throughout the project development) Or Google: “Belmont Ridge Road Widening” Questions and Answers For More Information About Route 659 Widening Project:

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