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Kathleen Leonard 703-638-9115
Mike Murphy 703-638-8547


Sept. 21, 2021

Virtual Public Information Meeting Sept. 28 on Route 50 Chantilly Study
Participate and give feedback online; learn more at virginiadot.org/Route50ChantillyStudy

CHANTILLY – The Virginia Department of Transportation will hold a virtual public information meeting Tuesday, Sept. 28 on a STARS (Strategically Targeted Affordable Roadway Solutions) study that is assessing potential innovative intersection improvements along Route 50 (Lee Jackson Memorial Highway), including partial median u-turns at Lees Corner Road and Stringfellow Road (Route 645), as well as assessing potential safety improvements for side street intersections along the Route 50 service road.  This is being done as a result of public feedback received from the study’s first phase, which assessed potential safety and operational improvements for nearly two miles of Route 50 between Route 28 (Sully Road) and Stringfellow Road.

Route 50 averages 71,000 vehicles a day within the study limits based on 2019 data.

Get Involved

In lieu of an in-person meeting, VDOT invites residents and travelers to learn more, participate in the virtual meeting and give feedback in the following ways through Friday, Oct. 8:  

  • Attend the Tuesday, Sept. 28 online Register at virginiadot.org/Route50ChantillyStudy or to participate without registering in listen-only mode, call 866-952-8437 (use access code 614-802-978). The study team will make a short presentation beginning at 7 p.m. and answer questions for about an hour after the presentation. In case an alternate date is needed, the meeting will be held Wednesday, Oct. 6.
  • Provide comments via the online survey or by email to meetingcomments@vdot.virginia.gov.
  • Mail comments to Ms. Regina Moore, Virginia Department of Transportation, 4975 Alliance Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030.

Meeting materials and the presentation will be available online at virginiadot.org/Route50ChantillyStudy, including the recorded presentation after the meeting.

The study is expected to be complete and posted online later this winter. This study does not set construction dates for any improvements, but develops proposed improvements that localities can pursue for funding.

This study is being completed through VDOT’s Strategically Targeted Affordable Roadway Solutions (STARS) program that aim to identify cost-effective measures to improve safety and reduce congestion.

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