Route 630 (Courthouse Road) and Interstate 95 Interchange Reconstruction
|Exit 140, Stafford County|
Project at a Glance
Project will be advertised for construction in 2016
Estimated $184 million
To be determined
Michelle Shropshire, Assistant District Administrator for Preliminary Engineering
Kelly Hannon, Communications Manager
The existing diamond interchange at Exit 140 (Stafford County) on Interstate 95 at Route 630 (Courthouse Road) cannot efficiently handle the current volume of traffic.
In addition, Courthouse Road, which is two lanes, has reached a critical point at which future traffic will exceed its capacity.
This project will involve a full reconstruction of the I-95/Route 630 interchange (Exit 140/Courthouse Road).
The reconstructed interchange will be a modified split diamond with the Route 630 intersection at Route 1 relocated south to align with Hospital Boulevard.
An Interchange Modification Report (IMR) was prepared and submitted to the Federal Highway Administration. The FHWA approved the IMR in 2011.
This IMR started with 9 alternatives for the interchange reconstruction, including a no-build alternative, and examined each one based on technical and operational effectiveness.
The chosen alternative to be built was advanced because it balanced cost, traffic and operational efficiency, and minimized impacts to the environment and surrounding properties.
Public Hearing and Documents
A public hearing on the project design was held:
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Colonial Forge High School
550 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA 22554
Materials from the meeting are posted below:
Citizen Information Meeting and Documents
An information meeting on the project was held:
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Stafford County Government Center
ABC Conference Room
1300 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA 22554
All meeting materials are posted below: