I-95/Fairfax County Parkway Flyover Ramp
|Improving access from northbound I-95 to northbound Fairfax County Parkway|
Project at a Glance
About the Project
This project will construct a flyover ramp from northbound I-95 to northbound Fairfax County Parkway (Route 286) to improve safety and operations. The existing loop ramp will be eliminated.
Other improvements at the interchange include building left-turn lanes at the end of the ramp at Fairfax County Parkway and Loisdale Road, and adding a third lane on southbound Fairfax County Parkway from I-95 to Terminal Road. The left-turn lanes will allow traffic to continue to access Boudinot Drive and northbound Backlick Road, while the additional southbound lane will add capacity and improve operations at the Loisdale intersection. Also, a shared-use path will be added through the interchange.
The schedule for utilities, construction and other phases will be developed when funding becomes available.
Preliminary engineering: $5 million
Right of way: $10 million
Construction: $75 million
Total: $90 million
Design public hearing - September 2016
Design approval - To be determined
Begin right of way acquisition/utility relocation - To be determined
Begin construction - To be determined
An environmental assessment was prepared and approved by the Federal Highway Administration for this project, and includes a full listing of considered impacts and additional findings from the environmental evaluation.
Design Public Hearing (September 2016)
State: 0095-029-846, P101, B608, B609, B607, B610
Federal: IMD-5A01 (268)