www.virginiadot.org/ShreveRdFind out about 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). The study
is addressing community concerns related to speeding, pedestrian safety
and sight distance. The following priority areas along the corridor have
been studied: The curve west of Oldewood Drive, Shrevewood Elementary
School, Washington & Old Dominion Trail crossings, and the curve
between Chestnut Street and Hickory Street.
The meeting will be held as a virtual/online meeting. Information for
accessing and participating in the virtual meeting will be posted on the
study website (www.virginiadot.org/ShreveRd).The VDOT study team
will make a short presentation beginning at 7 p.m. and answer questions
for about an hour after the presentation.
Review study information and meeting details on the VDOT study website
or during business hours at VDOT’s Northern Virginia District Office, 4975
Alliance Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030. Please call ahead at
703-259-1731 or TTY/TDD 711 to make an appointment with appropriate
Give your comments after the presentation, submit your written
comments by October 19, 2020 via the study website, by mail to Mr. Amir
Shahpar, P.E., Virginia Department of Transportation, 4975 Alliance Drive,
Fairfax, VA 22030 or email meetingcomments@VDOT.virginia.gov. Please
reference “Shreve Road Corridor Study” in the subject line.
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activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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