VDOT’s large resurfacing project affects some roads in the Broadlands/South Ashburn area:
- Claiborne Parkway from Waxpool Road to Wynridge Drive
- Demott Drive from Reilly Terrace to Mooreview Parkway
- Mooreivew Parkway from Old Ryan Road/Greenway Ramp to Croson Lane
- Mooreview Parkway from Old Ryan Road to Loudoun County Parkway
- Wynridge Drive/Claude Moore Drive from Claiborne Parkway to Old Ryan Road
- Among others not in the Broad Run District. They can all be viewed on this map: http://vdot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=fbf86e85fdcb43e482432f41ddbb51c7
During the project, the contractor completes each of the resurfacing steps on all of the roads at the same time, then moves onto the next step (they are not resurfacing each road one by one). At this point they are putting down temporary pavement markings and will begin painting permanent markings after the new surface has cured for two weeks. Since this project is still ongoing, and has many weeks until completion, any gravel remnants will be removed in the near future. The contractor must complete all road work by October 23, but are currently ahead of schedule. For questions, please contact VDOT directly at 800-367-7623 or my.vdot.virginia.gov/.
PLEASE READ ABOUT SLURRY SEAL PROCESS:
QUESTIONS? Contact the following:
- Matt May of Slurry Pavers, Inc, 804-716-7860 OR
- Rick Kibler of VDOT 703-366-1928 OR
- Jeff Dilly, project superintendent 804-393-6831
These are fast operations that only impact the locations marked and where ‘No Parking’ signage is posted. Contractors will maintain safe traffic flow during these operations. Full access parking will be available after operations in the specified areas that are complete and at the end of the work days. This schedule is based off of the Contractor’s submitted work schedule and may be impacted by weather. Contractor may arrive on site before the start time of 8:00AM to prepare for work. Equipment will be parked at various locations during the progression of work and at the end of the work shift. No entrances or family recreation areas will be impacted by this equipment parking.
PLEASE NOTE: Trash/recycling services MAY be affected if your street is scheduled for maintenance. Since VDOT’s schedule could change at anytime, we are not able to reschedule trash services. Patriot will make every effort to service your street on trash days, but if roadwork is underway and your trash/recycling cannot be collected, you will need to place your bins out again on the next scheduled pick-up day.
Quarterly Community Meeting Presentation, Tuesday February 7, 2017, 7-8 PM: LCSO US Quarterly Meeting February 2017
Due to improvements on Route 7 in Loudoun County, access to the University Station has permanently changed. These changes may not be available through some map or navigation providers. Please use the directions or map below to access the University Station:
From the East on Route 7, take Route 607/Loudoun County Parkway exit (this is the first exit from Route 7, just West of Route 28), bear right from the ramp onto the Parkway, follow for .2 miles then take a right onto George Washington Blvd. Follow George Washington Blvd. until it ends, then make a left onto Research Place, follow down the hill and the University Station suite #100 is on the left.
From the West on Route 7, take Route 607/Loudoun County Parkway exit, from the ramp make a left onto the Parkway, follow for .3 miles then take a right onto George Washington Blvd. Continue on George Washington Blvd until it ends, then make a left onto Research Place, follow down the hill and the University Station suite #100 is on your left.
If you will be traveling from the South, follow Route 28 until ends at Route 7 West. As you are coming down the ramp from Route 28 onto Route 7, stay to the right, and take Route 607/Loudoun County Parkway exit. Bear right from the ramp onto the Parkway, follow for .2 miles then take a right onto George Washington Blvd. Follow George Washington Blvd until it ends, then make a left onto Research Place and follow down the hill and the University Station suite #100 is on your left.
Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project – Phase 2
Beginning Sept. 15, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, lane closures and brief traffic stoppages on the Dulles Greenway and Old Ox Road are expected (Route 606). …Review PDF Flyer for more detail: Metrorail – Rock Removal-606-Station Sept-2016
Sarah Gerstein, the Broadlands Association General Manager, was chosen as one of Loudoun County’s “40 under 40” rising business and community leaders. Honorees were selected from more than 100 nominees and were recognized for their professional accomplishments and community leadership. You can read Sarah’s write up – and those of the other 39 honorees – in the Leesburg Today supplement available at http://issuu.com/leesburgtoday/docs/40/1?e=2102439/30433262. Congratulations, Sarah, on this well-deserved recognition.