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Route 234 and Williamson Boulevard

Intersection improvements in Prince William County

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Project at a Glance

Begin Date
October 2012

Est Completion Date
December 2012

Cost
Approx. $806,000 total

Locality
Prince William

District
Northern Virginia

Contact
Michael Gleasman, P.E.
703-259-1944
Chan Basnayake, P.E.
703-259-2947
Andy Hetzer
703-259-2751

About the project

This project eliminated the free-flow right-turn lane from westbound Williamson Boulevard to Sudley Road (Route 234) and realigned it to a 90-degree signal-controlled turn. 

The improvements are expected to reduce crashes for westbound right turns, which were under yield control at Sudley Road. Vehicles had limited sight distance and difficulty safely merging with northbound thru traffic. 

Approximately 67,000 vehicles per day use Williamson Boulevard at this location.

Estimated project cost
Preliminary engineering: $300,000
Right of way and utilities: $97,000
Construction: $409,000
Total: $806,000

Project number: 0234-076-996, P101, C501  UPC: 93000

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