Under Construction: Tysons/Old Meadow Road Bike/Ped Improvements in Fairfax County
Cost and schedule ►
Traffic alerts ►
During construction, some day and overnight lane closures along the I-495 general purpose lanes, as well as overnight lane closures along the 495 Express Lanes, may be scheduled at the bridge construction site between Route 123 and Route 7 (Leesburg Pike). There also may be some traffic impacts along Old Meadow Road, with one lane in each direction of Old Meadow Road remaining open at all times.
Also during construction, pedestrians are asked to use the sidewalk on the east side of Old Meadow Road while the sidewalk on the west side of Old Meadow Road is closed.
Public outreach ►
The perfect cure for a gloomy day? Check out the most recent progress pics of our new ped bridge over the Beltway in Tysons, opening this year! �� Learn more: https://t.co/ToB957pfN9 pic.twitter.com/1IoPf8C0rf— VDOT Northern VA (@VaDOTNOVA) May 13, 2022
This project, in cooperation with Fairfax County, is building a pedestrian and bicycle bridge and shared-use path in the vicinity of Route 123 and I-495 (Capital Beltway).
New Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge over I-495 and Shared-Use Path from Tysons One Place/Fashion Boulevard to Old Meadow Road/ Provincial Drive
During the first phase of construction, a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge over I-495 is being built along with a ten-foot-wide shared-use path from Tysons One Place and Fashion Boulevard to Old Meadow Road and Provincial Drive via the bridge.
*Looks at Beltway* ��— VDOT Northern VA (@VaDOTNOVA) April 25, 2022
Me: What is different about you? Are you parting your hair on the other side? ��
Beltway: Nope, my new pedestrian bridge in Tysons was placed this weekend. �� It'll be open later this year.
Learn more: https://t.co/O8yJKqREXk pic.twitter.com/AdkTx8vQIJ
Shared-Use Path along Old Meadow Road from Provincial Drive to Route 123
During the second phase of construction, the shared-use path along Old Meadow Road will be completed from Provincial Drive to Route 123 (Dolley Madison Boulevard).
Preliminary Engineering - $2.3 million
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation - $3 million
Construction - $8.1 million
Total - $13.4 million
This project is financed with federal, state and local funding.
The project aims to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity in the Tysons area.
Design Public Hearing - June 2018
Environmental Studies Memo Available - August 2018
Design Approval - November 2018
Begin Right of Way Acquisition - November 2019
Advertise for Construction - April 2021
Award Construction Contract - June 2021
Begin Phase 1 Construction - August 2021
Phase 1 Final Completion - Fall 2022
Begin Phase 2 Final Design and Construction - To be determined as additional funding becomes available
Donald Angerman, CCM
Yusaf Masud, P.E.
Abi Lerner, P.E.
Phase 2 Project Manager
Other relevant links:
Construction Start News Release - August 2021
Environmental Studies Memo - August 2018
Summary of Public Outreach - June 2018
AM/PM Peak Hour Traffic Counts at Selected Intersections - December 2017
Preliminary Engineering Report - July 2017
Concept Plans - June 2017
The Colonies of McLean Meeting Presentation - March 2017
Re-Evaluation Document - March 2007
I-495 HOT Lanes Record of Decision - June 2006
Final Environmental Impact Study - April 2006
Design Public Hearing - June 2018 (Ad)
Design Workshops - November 2017
Public Information Meeting - May 2017 (Ad)
Design Public Hearing - June 2014
Phase: Phase 1: Under Construction
Phase 2: In Design
State ID: I495-029-078, P101, R201, C501, B630
Federal ID: CM-495-5 (091), CM-495-5 (092)
Lat/Long: 38.916233, -77.217619