Belmont Ridge Road WideningHay Road to Gloucester Parkway in Loudoun County
Note: A ribbon-cutting was held Dec. 5.
About the Project
This project is widening Belmont Ridge Road (Route 659) from two to four lanes on a six-lane right of way, from Hay Road (Route 642) to Gloucester Parkway (Route 2150) in Loudoun County.
The project also includes:
- A dividing median
- Curbs and gutters
- Bridges over the Washington & Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail
- Shared-use paths on both sides of Belmont Ridge Road
- Direct connections from the shared-use paths to the W&OD Trail
- A parking lot for trail users
The project is financed with state, local and Northern Virginia Transportation Authority funds.
It ties into the Route 7 / Belmont Ridge Road interchange project (UPC 99481), which is being administered by the county.
This section of Belmont Ridge Road averages as many as 12,000 vehicles a day.
Preliminary Engineering: $30,000
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation: $4.6 million
Construction: $47.4 million
Total: $52 million
Southbound Belmont Ridge Road traffic shifted to newly constructed southbound lanes of the new median-divided roadway and to the new southbound bridge over the Washington & Old Dominion Trail in September 2018. The traffic pattern remains one lane in each direction.
Northbound and southbound Belmont Ridge Road traffic shifted onto new pavement from Belmont Station Drive to Gloucester Parkway in June 2018.
Northbound and southbound Belmont Ridge Road traffic shifted onto new pavement from Hay Road to the Washington & Old Dominion Trail bridge in December 2017.
The northbound Belmont Ridge Road bridge over the Washington & Old Dominion Trail opened to traffic in July 2017, carrying one lane of traffic in each direction.
Drivers can expect intermittent single lane closures with flagging between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Pardon Our Dust Meeting - Oct. 2016
State: 0659-053-262, P101, R204, C504, B670, B671
Federal: STP-5A0-1 (583)