Bridgewater Bypass Location Study
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
Lengths and Limits
Begins at Route 257 and Don Litten Parkway and ends at Route 257/42 in the vicinity of Herring Lane. The length of the corridor is about 2.3 miles.
What's Being Done
The study is complete.
- The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), Oct. 20, 2009.
- A revised Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to document the actions of the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) and respond to substantive comments received from the public hearing Oct 20, 2009.
- Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) approves location for Bridgewater Bypass (April 16, 2009)
- CTB Bridgewater Bypass resolution (April 16, 2009)
Preferred Alignment Selected
Findings from the EA and input from the public hearing, local government, as well as comments received on the EA were presented to the CTB for their consideration during their April 2009 meeting. On April 16th, 2009, the CTB approved Candidate Build A as the location of the Bridgewater Bypass.
Candidate Build A
Candidate Build A begins at route 257 and Don Litten Parkway, follows the alignment of Don Litten Parkway and then proceeds in a northeasterly direction to cross Cooks Creek perpendicularly then turns northwestward, crossing route 704, skirting the edge of Turner Ashby High School complex and joining route 257/42 in the vicinity of Herring Lane. The length of the corridor is about 2.3 miles.
- Preferred alternative A (3.7 MB)
- Candidate build alternatives (3.5 MB)
- FONSI (2 MB)
- Revised environmental assessment (2.15 MB)
A public hearing was held Jan. 16, 2008, at Turner Ashby High School in Bridgewater.
- Public hearing newsletter (1.4 MB)
- Public hearing comment form (141 KB)
- Meeting display boards (1.19 MB)