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Thomas Avenue Cut-Through Analysis

Evaluating potential solutions for residential cut-through traffic in Fairfax and Loudoun counties

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Project at a Glance

Fairfax and Loudoun

Northern Virginia

Thomas Folse, P.E.
Traffic Engineering

Andrew Beacher, P.E.
Preliminary Engineering

Note: A public hearing was held Jan. 16. If you were unable to attend, you may still submit comments via email (please put "Thomas Avenue Cut-Through Analysis" in the subject line) or mail through Monday, Jan. 28.

Meeting Materials

About the Study

This study is evaluating potential solutions for cut-through traffic in residential areas along Thomas Avenue (Route 792) in Fairfax and Loudoun counties.

The proposals include restricting right turns during weekday peak morning traffic hours from southbound Algonkian Parkway to westbound Thomas Avenue to reduce residential cut-through traffic.

Below is the proposed sign for such a restriction:

Public Hearing - Jan. 16, 2019
Public Hearing Comment Deadline - Jan. 28, 2019


Public Hearing - January 2019 (Ad)

Meeting Materials

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