Pacific Boulevard Extension
|From just north of Nokes Boulevard to Russell Branch Parkway in Loudoun County|
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
About the Project
This project aims to improve traffic flow on Route 28 and in and around the Nokes Boulevard Interchange.
This project is constructing a new segment of Pacific Boulevard from just north of Nokes Boulevard to Russell Branch Parkway, a project length of about 3,000 feet (0.6 mile). Pacific Boulevard has been designed as a four-lane urban collector road with pedestrian accommodations. Pacific Boulevard is also being widened from two to four lanes from Severn Way to Nokes Boulevard.
In May 2013, VDOT completed the Pacific Boulevard extension from Dresden Street to Relocation Drive. When this project is complete, drivers will have access to Pacific Boulevard from Russell Branch Parkway south to Old Ox Road (Route 606), a distance of more than four miles.
A location and design public hearing was held on April 1, 2014.
Motorists can expect periodic traffic shifts and daytime lane closures.
Cost and Schedule
Estimated Project Cost
Right of Way - $1 million
Construction - $29.6 million
Total: $30.6 million
Completion - Late 2016
Public hearing brochure (April 1, 2014)
State Project Number: 1036-053-074,P101,R201,C501,B691,B690,D671