Walney Road over Flatlick Branch
|Bridge replacement and widening in Fairfax County|
Project at a Glance
A Categorical Exclusion (CE), National Environmental Policy Act document, has been prepared to evaluate the environmental impacts of replacing and widening the 70-foot-long Walney Road bridge over Flatlick Branch in Fairfax County.
The CE is available for your review and comment at the VDOT Northern Virginia District Office located at 4975 Alliance Drive, Fairfax, Virginia, 22030. Please call ahead at 800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623) or TTTY/TD 711 to ensure the availability of appropriate personnel to answer your questions.
Please view this project page for proposed bridge plans, CE and Documentation of FHWA Review.
About the Project
This project will replace and widen the 70-foot-long Walney Road bridge over Flatlick Branch in Fairfax County. Walney Road will keep two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction, and will be widened to include five-foot bike lanes on both the north and southbound lanes, as well as a sidewalk on the west side and a shared-use path on the east side.
The Walney Road bridge was built in 1980 and is now functionally obsolete. The road carries more than 21,000 vehicles a day.
Adopt location and design - April 2012
Right of way acquisition - Fall 2012
Advertise for construction - Early 2014
Preliminary engineering - $1 million
Right of way - $1.43 million
Construction - $4.6 million
Total - $7 million
During construction, the bridge will be closed to traffic with drivers detoured via Westfields Boulevard, Route 28 and Willard Road. View the proposed detour plan.
State Proj. Number: 0657-029-396, P101, R201, C501, B641