Tysons/Old Meadow Road Bike/Ped Improvements
|Near I-495 and Route 123 in Fairfax County|
Project at a Glance
Construction: Spring 2020
Est Completion Date
Abraham Lerner, P.E.
Senior Project Manager
Note: A design public hearing was held June 14. If you were unable to attend, you may still submit comments via email (please put "Tysons/Old Meadow Road Bike/Ped Improvements" in the subject line) or mail through Friday, June 29.
About the Project
This project, in cooperation with Fairfax County, will build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge and shared-use path in the vicinity of Route 123 and I-495, to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity in the Tysons area.
Improvements include a new 10-foot shared-use path from near Tysons One Place and Fashion Boulevard to Route 123 and Old Meadow Road via a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge over I-495; the path will mostly follow Old Meadow Road.
A public information meeting was held in May 2017, materials presented include: Presentation | Brochure | Comment sheet | Displays: Context map | Evaluation scoring (Pros & cons) | Renderings of design options | Plan views
The project team has worked with the community over the last several years on preliminary design options, review a summary of outreach.
Design Public Hearing: June 14, 2018
Design Public Hearing Public Comment End: June 29, 2018
Approve Design: Summer 2018
Begin Right of Way Acquisition: Spring 2019
Begin Utility Relocation: Fall 2019
Begin Construction: Spring 2020
Estimated Completion: Fall 2020
AM/PM Peak Hour Traffic Counts at Selected Intersections (Dec. 2017)
Preliminary Engineering report (July 2017)
The Colonies of McLean meeting presentation (March 2017)
June 2014 Public Comment Summary Report
Public hearing brochure and comment sheet (June 2014)
Aerial overviews 1 | 2 | 3
Typical Sections: Chain Bridge Road and Idylwood Road
Re-Evaluation Document (March 2007)
I-495 HOT Lanes Record of Decision (June 2006)
Final Environmental Impact Study (April 2006)
State: I495-029-078, P101, R201, C501
Federal: CM-495-5 (091)