Rolling Road and Hunter Village Drive
|New signal in Fairfax County|
Project at a Glance
About the Project
Due to increasing traffic volumes and to avoid side-angle accidents at this intersection, a traffic signal is now needed to improve traffic flow and increase safety for motorists travelling on Rolling Road, and pedestrians exiting or entering Hunter Village Drive and Tanworth Drive.
The new traffic signal includes vehicle detection on all approaches to minimize delays and red-light waiting. Pedestrians will be provided with “walk” signals with timers, push-button callers, a new painted crosswalk, and curb ramps. The project is scheduled for construction in 2014.
View the project plans.
Estimated project cost
Preliminary engineering: $70,000
Right of way: $100,000
Public hearing: Feb. 20, 2013
Public hearing comment period ends: March 2, 2013
Adopt location/design: Spring 2013
Advertise for construction: Spring 2014
State Project: 0638-029-021,P101,R201,M502 UPC: 103436
Federal Project: HSIP-5A01(391), HSIP-5A01(430), HSIP-5A01(428)