Broadview Avenue, Town of Warrenton
|Installation of median from Route 211 to south of Route 17 and intersection improvements|
Project at a Glance
During the FY18 SMART SCALE process, the Town of Warrenton split the Broadview Avenue project and submitted two applications to:
- Complete funding on the Broadview Avenue roadway improvements, in the amount of $2.59 million: application | scorecard
- Fund a second $2.8 million project to make improvements at the intersection of Broadview, Frost and West Shirley avenues: application | scorecard
On June 20, 2017, the Commonwealth Transportation Board approved the 2018-2023 Six-Year Improvement Plan, which allocated $5.4 million to fully fund the Broadview Avenue projects through construction.
The combined total estimate of the project is about $8 million comprised of approximately $1.6 million remaining in previous funding, $5.4 million in SMART SCALE funding and $1 million from the Town of Warrenton.
Preliminary engineering work has begun on the project using previous funds. The project design will be presented at a public hearing. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2022.
The purpose of this project is to improve safety and lessen traffic congestion along Route 17/29 Business/211 (Broadview Avenue) in the Town of Warrenton. The project calls for installation of a raised median from Route 211 (Lee Highway) to south of Route 17 (James Madison Highway), a 0.73-mile stretch.
Visit the town of Warrenton's project webpage for more information.
Resources and Links
Access Management Studies:
30 percent roadway design plans (22 MB)
UPCs 111647 and 111648