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In Design

Route 20 at Route 231, Orange County

Construction of roundabout

Project at a Glance

In Design

$3.1 million

Lengths and Limits
Intersection of Rt. 20/Rt. 231



Justin Warfield
Lou Hatter

Attend A Public Hearing

VDOT invites residents and other interested parties to attend a design public hearing on Thursday, March 8, 2018 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Lewis Hall Classroom at Montpelier, 13384 Laundry Road, Montpelier Station, VA 22957.

The public hearing is an opportunity to give VDOT comments and/or suggestions regarding the proposed project. Representatives from VDOT will be available to answer questions and take public comments.

Written comments may also be sent to Justin Warfield, Project Manager, VDOT Culpeper District, 1601 Orange Road, Culpeper, VA 22701, or Comments must be postmarked, emailed or delivered to VDOT by March 18, 2018. A comment worksheet is linked below.

Project Overview Video

Project Details

Between 2010 and 2015, 26 crashes occurred at this intersection resulting in 32 injuries. VDOT has installed rumble strips and intersection ahead signs with advance warning flashers to advise motorists to use caution approaching the area but the rate of crashes has remained consistent. 

To improve safety and reduce crashes, VDOT proposes to replace the existing two-way stop intersection of Route 20 (Constitution Highway) and Route 231 (Blue Ridge Turnpike) with a single-lane roundabout

Approximately 3,800 vehicles use Route 20 daily. The traffic count on Route 231 is about 1,200 vehicles per day.

Construction is anticipated to take about one year and will require periodic lane closures.  

Project Schedule

Citizen information meeting: June 20, 2017
Public hearing: March 8, 2018
Public comment period ends: March 18, 2018
Right of way acquisition and utility relocation: November 2019
Construction begins: Spring 2021
Construction completion: Winter 2021

Project schedule is subject to change

Project Cost

Total Cost: $3,140,000

Engineering of Roadway Plans: $600,000
Right of Way Acquisition, Relocation Assistance and Utility Relocation: $320,000
Construction: $2,220,000

Project cost is subject to change

Resources and Information

Public Hearing materials (March 8, 2018):

Citizen Information Meeting materials (June 20, 2017):

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