VDOT News - Northern Virginia



Kathleen Leonard

Mike Murphy


Oct. 1, 2020

Public Information Meeting for Shreve Road Corridor Study Oct. 7
Participate in virtual meeting and give feedback online

FALLS CHURCH – The Virginia Department of Transportation will hold a virtual public information meeting Wednesday, Oct. 7 on a study assessing potential safety and operational improvements along more than two miles of Shreve Road (Route 703) between Route 29 (Lee Highway) and Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County.

The study is addressing community concerns related to speeding, pedestrian safety and sight distance, including the following priority areas:

  • The curve west of Oldewood Drive
  • Shrevewood Elementary School
  • Washington & Old Dominion Trail crossings
  • The curve between Chestnut Street and Hickory Street

Get Involved

In lieu of an in-person meeting, VDOT invites residents and travelers to learn more, participate in the virtual meeting and give feedback in the following ways:  

  • Attend the Wednesday, Oct. 7 online Register at virginiadot.org/ShreveRd or to participate without registering in listen-only mode, call 631-992-3221 (use access code 984-855-099). The VDOT study team will make a short presentation beginning at 7 p.m. and answer questions for about an hour after the presentation.
  • Provide comments via the online survey or by email to meetingcomments@vdot.virginia.gov.
  • Mail comments to Mr. Amir Shahpar, P.E., Virginia Department of Transportation, 4975 Alliance Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Once the meeting is complete, the recorded presentation will be available online. Study materials and details are also available at virginiadot.org/ShreveRd.

Send comments through Monday, Oct. 19.

This study does not set construction dates for any of the alternatives. The purpose of this study is to develop proposed improvements that localities can pursue for funding, and to consider including in their comprehensive plans.

The final study and recommendations are expected to be complete and posted online later this fall.

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