Dulles Toll Road Bridges
|Rehabilitation and joint closures at three sets of bridges over the Dulles Toll Road in Fairfax County|
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
Completed July 2017
$3.9 million total
Michael Gleasman, P.E.
About the Projects
These projects involved bridge rehabilitation and/or closures of deck joints at three sets of bridges (five total) over the Dulles Toll Road: the Reston Parkway dual bridges, Monroe Street/Van Buren Street dual bridges, and the Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride ramp bridge.
The joints that were closed are located above the future Metro Silver Line tracks. The Silver Line's presence will limit access to the bridges' existing piers in the median of the Dulles Toll Road. The cost of performing any future repairs to the piers would need to include cost of coordination with Metro, which would significantly increase future repair costs.
Reston Parkway bridges
- Bridge deck resurfacing
- Southbound bridge repairs to concrete barrier that separates road from shared use path
- Deteriorated concrete repair on abutments and piers
- Repaving of roadway leading up to bridges
- Joint closures
Monroe Street/Van Buren Street bridges
- Pier deteriorated concrete repair
- Joint closures
Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride ramp bridge
- Joint closure/reconstruction
The Reston Parkway northbound bridge was constructed in 1959 and widened and deck-replaced in 1989. The southbound bridge was constructed in 1976 and widened in 1989.
The Monroe Street/Van Buren Street northbound bridge was constructed in 1963, and the deck was resurfaced in 1989. The southbound bridge was constructed in 1989.
The Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride Ramp bridge was constructed in 1999.
Public information meeting presentation (September 2015)
State: 0602-029-252, B639, B640