Fairfax County Parkway/Prince William County Parkway Trail Paving
|Just north of Rolling Road to Route 7 in Fairfax County; Hoadly Road to Liberia Avenue in Prince William County|
Project at a Glance
FC Pkwy: Fall 2017
PW Pkwy: Sept. 2017
Est Completion Date
FC Pkwy: Summer 2018
PW Pkwy: Late fall 2017
Lengths and Limits
FC Pkwy: Whitlers Creek Dr to Rt 7
PW Pkwy: Hoadly Rd to Liberia Ave
Fairfax and Prince William
Note: Prince William Parkway trail paving from the Occoquan River bridge progressing north toward Liberia Avenue is scheduled to occur Friday, Oct. 27 between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
About the Project
This project is paving portions of the Fairfax County Parkway Trail between Rolling Road and Route 7, and portions of the Prince William County Parkway Trail between Hoadly Road and Liberia Avenue. Nearly 30 miles of trail between the two parkways are being paved in all.
On the Fairfax County Parkway Trail, crews will begin on the northern section between I-66 and Route 7, then work on the southern section between I-66 and Whitlers Creek Drive (about a quarter-mile north of Rolling Road). On the Prince William Parkway trail, crews started at Hoadly Road and are working their way north toward Liberia Avenue.
In 2016, extensive patching and crack sealing occurred on both trails in anticipation of this paving. Maintenance also occurred in 2014 along the Fairfax County Parkway Trail between Route 29 and Route 7.
Trail users can expect this work to occur weekdays between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Users should expect delays and are advised to use alternate routes.
Each work zone will have reflective barriers.
During the project, VDOT will provide regular updates regarding work zone locations to local biking organizations, as well as on this page and via Twitter (@VaDOTNOVA).
State: TRL1-96A-504, N501