- The comment period on VDOT plans to add significant new bike facilities to three districts closes on April 14.
- Speak Up now to support these plans and share your ideas on making the restriping program better.
If you haven’t provided comments yet on VDOT’s plans to add new bike facilities to Braddock, Dranesville, and Providence Districts, please do so by the deadline on April 14.
Braddock District plans include a proposal to narrow the wide travel lanes on Freds Oak Road between Oak Leather Drive and Fairfax County Parkway by adding bike lanes. This traffic calming change and bike infrastructure addition will not affect existing legal on-street parking on both sides of the road.
Providence District plans include:
- Bike lanes for Dorr Avenue from Prosperity Avenue to Lee Highway.
- Bike lanes where space allows on Hartland Road from Lee Highway to Cul-de-sac.
- A buffered bike lane in each direction on Hilltop Road from Cedar Lane to Lee Highway.
- A westbound bike lane and eastbound sharrow for Jones Branch Drive from east of Westbranch Drive to Lincoln Way.
- Bike lanes and sharrows for Old Lee Highway between Hilltop Road and Lee Highway.
- A bike lane in each direction for Porter Road between Lee Highway and Gallows Road.
- Buffered bike lanes in each direction for Prosperity Avenue between Hilltop Road and Halstead II Lane and for Providence Forest Drive between Gallows Road and Hartland Road.
Dranesville District plans include:
- Bike lanes in both directions on Dulles Technology Corridor from Sunrise Valley Drive to Sunrise Valley Drive in Reston.
- A southbound bike lane north of Coates Elementary School will be added to the existing bike lanes on River Birch Road between Sunrise Valley Drive and Dulles Technology Drive in Reston.
- A bike lane (north-west bound) and shared lane (south-east bound) will be added to Elm Street from Dolley Madison Boulevard to Chain Bridge Road in McLean.
- Bike lanes and bike lane buffers will be added, where feasible, to Westmoreland Street from Chain Bridge Road to Kirby Road in McLean.
You can find the complete District presentations and provide feedback at the following web pages:
- Braddock District Paving and Restriping
- Dranesville District Paving and Restriping
- Providence District Paving and Restriping
You also can provide feedback on the paving and restriping program by:
- Emailing FCDOT at [email protected]
- Calling 703-877-5600, TTY 711
- Mailing comments to: Active Transportation Program, Fairfax County Department of Transportation, 4050 Legato Road, Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22033
Don’t wait! Check out the plans for your district and Speak Up now!