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Lee District 2017 VDOT Repaving

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Lee District 2017 VDOT Repaving

  1. 1. County of Fairfax, VirginiaCounty of Fairfax, Virginia LEE DISTRICT 2017 VDOT Repaving Complete Streets – Improving multimodal transportation County of Fairfax, Virginia Lauren Delmare, P.E. Transportation Planner Fairfax County Department of TransportationFebruary 16, 2017
  2. 2. County of Fairfax, Virginia • Why are we here? • What are we asking from the community? • What projects are proposed? • Where are we in the process? • What are the next steps? • Q/A – Please hold questions until this time. 2 Agenda
  3. 3. County of Fairfax, Virginia VDOT is repaving hundreds of roads annually FCDOT identifies opportunities for bicycle facilities, coordinates with VDOT Proposals are limited to restriping existing pavement On-street parking is usually preserved Fast process: Construction from summer through fall 2017 No additional cost to Fairfax County to implement proposed changes, marginal additional cost to VDOT What are pedestrian, bicycle and safety issues in this corridor and can they be addressed through restriping? 3 2017 VDOT Repaving Program
  4. 4. County of Fairfax, Virginia 4 2017 VDOT Repaving Program  To see additional streets to be repaved: virginiaroads.org
  5. 5. County of Fairfax, Virginia Building the Network Over Time Department of Transportation 5 2015 2016 Proposed 2017  Over three years, we are creating a connected 5.3 mile on-road bike network
  6. 6. County of Fairfax, Virginia Indicate a shared environment for bicycles and cars Often used on low speed roads when there is not enough space to add bike lanes Benefits: Alert drivers to expect cyclists on the road Recommend proper bicyclist position May be configured to offer directional and wayfinding guidance 6 Shared-Lane Markings / “Sharrows”
  7. 7. County of Fairfax, Virginia Designate an exclusive bicyclist space with pavement markings and signage Benefits: Provide dedicated space, separate from vehicles. Allows bicyclists to ride at a comfortable speed without interfering with vehicles in the travel lane. 7 Bike Lanes
  8. 8. County of Fairfax, Virginia Bike lane in uphill direction Shared-lane marking in downhill direction Used where there is not adequate space to include bike lanes in both directions Benefits: Allows bicyclists to travel uphill without impeding traffic Bicyclists in downhill direction 8 Climbing Lanes
  9. 9. County of Fairfax, Virginia 9 Lane Width and Traffic Calming
  10. 10. County of Fairfax, Virginia 10 Proposed Streets Memorial Street from South Kings Highway to Richmond Highway (Route 1) Harrison Lane from Lockheed Boulevard to South Kings Highway Bedrock Road from Green Spring Lane to Harrison Lane Rolling Stone Way from Bedrock Road to Vantage Drive (southern intersection) Vantage Drive from Rolling Stone Way (southern intersection) to South Kings Highway  Other Lee District streets not discussed tonight: Rose Hill Dr and Commerce St HarrisonLnHarrisonLn Memorial St Memorial St Rolling Stone WayRolling Stone Way
  11. 11. County of Fairfax, Virginia 11 Bicycle Master Plan Recommendation Memorial Street – Bike Lanes Bedrock Road – Bike Lanes Rolling Stone Way/Vantage Drive – Shared-Lane Markings
  12. 12. County of Fairfax, Virginia 12 Memorial Street South Kings Highway to Richmond Highway (Route 1) ~5,100 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  13. 13. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing South Kings Highway to Richmond Highway (Route 1) 13 Memorial Street Two 10’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes
  14. 14. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed South Kings Highway to Richmond Highway (Route 1) 14 Memorial Street Two 10’ Travel Lanes with Shared-Lane Markings Two Parking Lanes
  15. 15. County of Fairfax, Virginia 15 Harrison Lane Lockheed Boulevard to South Kings Highway ~9,500 to 12,000 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  16. 16. County of Fairfax, Virginia 16 Harrison Lane Lockheed Boulevard to South Kings Highway Shared-Lane Markings and Existing TrailShared-Lane Markings and Existing Trail Bike LanesBike Lanes Bike Lanes/Climbing LaneBike Lanes/Climbing Lane Shared-Lane MarkingsShared-Lane Markings ~9,500 to 12,000 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  17. 17. County of Fairfax, Virginia 17 Harrison Lane Lockheed Boulevard to Bedrock Road Climbing LaneClimbing Lane ~9,500 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  18. 18. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Lockheed Boulevard to Bedrock Road 18 Harrison Lane Two 12’+ Travel Lanes One Parking Lane
  19. 19. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Lockheed Boulevard to Bedrock Road 19 Harrison Lane Two 11’ Travel Lanes with Downhill Shared-Lane Markings One Parking Lane One 5’ Uphill Bike Lane
  20. 20. County of Fairfax, Virginia 20 Harrison Lane Bedrock Road to Huntley Methodist Church Driveway Bike LanesBike Lanes ~9,500 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  21. 21. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Bedrock Road to Huntley Methodist Church Driveway 21 Harrison Lane Two 17’ Travel Lanes
  22. 22. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Bedrock Road to Huntley Methodist Church Driveway 22 Harrison Lane Two 11’ Travel Lanes Two 6’ Bike Lanes
  23. 23. County of Fairfax, Virginia 23 Harrison Lane Huntley Methodist Church Driveway to Ransom Place Shared-Lane Markings and Existing TrailShared-Lane Markings and Existing Trail ~12,000 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  24. 24. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Huntley Methodist Church Driveway to Ransom Place 24 Harrison Lane Two 11’+ Travel Lanes
  25. 25. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Huntley Methodist Church Driveway to Ransom Place 25 Harrison Lane Two 11’+ Travel Lanes with Shared-Lane Markings
  26. 26. County of Fairfax, Virginia 26 Harrison Lane Ransom Place to Groveton Street Bike LanesBike Lanes ~12,000 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  27. 27. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Ransom Place to Groveton Street 27 Harrison Lane Two 14’+ Travel Lanes One Turn Lane
  28. 28. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Ransom Place to Groveton Street 28 Harrison Lane Two 11’ Travel Lanes One Turn Lane Two 5’+ Bike Lanes
  29. 29. County of Fairfax, Virginia 29 Harrison Lane Groveton Street to South Kings Highway Shared-Lane MarkingsShared-Lane Markings ~12,000 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  30. 30. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Groveton Street to South Kings Highway 30 Harrison Lane Two 11’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes
  31. 31. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Groveton Street to South Kings Highway 31 Harrison Lane Two 11’ Travel Lanes with Shared-Lane Markings Two Parking Lanes
  32. 32. County of Fairfax, Virginia 32 Harrison Lane – Other Projects  VDOT is coordinating with Fairfax Water’s water main project  Fairfax Water will complete their work in advance of VDOT repaving to minimize impacts
  33. 33. County of Fairfax, Virginia 33 Bedrock Road Green Spring Lane to Harrison Lane ~1,400 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  34. 34. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Green Spring Lane to Harrison Lane 34 Bedrock Road Two 14’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes
  35. 35. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Green Spring Lane to Harrison Lane 35 Bedrock Road Two 10’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes Two 5’ Bike Lanes
  36. 36. County of Fairfax, Virginia 36 Rolling Stone Way Bedrock Road to Vantage Drive ~200 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  37. 37. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Bedrock Road to Vantage Drive 37 Rolling Stone Way Two 10’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes
  38. 38. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Bedrock Road to Vantage Drive 38 Rolling Stone Way Two 10’ Travel Lanes with Shared-Lane Markings Two Parking Lanes
  39. 39. County of Fairfax, Virginia 39 Vantage Drive Rolling Stone Way to South Kings Highway Up to ~2,400 vehicles/day 25 MPH speed limit
  40. 40. County of Fairfax, Virginia Existing Rolling Stone Way to South Kings Highway 40 Vantage Drive Two 14’ Travel Lanes Two Parking Lanes
  41. 41. County of Fairfax, Virginia Proposed Rolling Stone Way to South Kings Highway 41 Vantage Drive Two 11’ Travel Lanes with Downhill Shared-Lane Markings Two Parking Lanes One 6’ Uphill Bike Lane
  42. 42. County of Fairfax, Virginia 42 Similar Project – Southrun Road, Lorton BeforeBefore AfterAfter
  43. 43. County of Fairfax, Virginia 43 Pedestrian Needs  Where can we improve pedestrian safety through signage and striping?
  44. 44. County of Fairfax, Virginia Next Steps Gather community input tonight and over the following two weeks Comment period closes March 2, 2017 Refine plans as necessary Design completion in Spring 2017 Construction by VDOT in Summer/Fall 2017 44
  45. 45. County of Fairfax, Virginia Thank You! Questions/Comments? DOTBicyclePrograms@fairfaxcounty.gov 45

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