Under Construction: Rippon Boulevard and Blackburn Road Traffic Signal in Prince William County

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The project is installing a new traffic signal at the intersection of Rippon Boulevard and Blackburn Road. Based on VDOT's traffic study, existing congestion and crash history at this location warrant installing a traffic signal.

The project also includes:

  • Restoring the turn lanes on Rippon Boulevard that have not been in use since the intersection became a four-way stop
  • Flashing yellow arrows for left turns from Rippon Boulevard.
  • Additional sidewalk connections from Blackburn Road to the shared-use path along Rippon Boulevard
  • Accesible Pedestrian Signals

At the intersection, Rippon Boulevard averages up to 12,000 vehicles a day and Blackburn Road averages up to 8,800.

Estimated Costs
Preliminary Engineering - $445,000
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation - $40,000
Construction: $639,000
Total: $1.1 million

This project is financed with federal and county funding.

Benefits 

This project aims to improve driver and pedestrian safety as well as operations at the intersection. 

Major Milestones 

Notice of Willingness to Hold Public Hearing - February 2017
Notice of "De Minimis" Impacts - March 2017
Public Information Meeting - December 2017
Design Approval - November 2018
Begin Right of Way Acquisition - February 2019
Begin Construction - February 2020

Resources

Contact Info:

Jessica Paris, P.E.
Traffic Engineering

Sid Siddiqui, P.E.
Traffic Engineering

Other relevant links:

Notice of De Minimis Impacts - March 2017

Notice of Willingness to Hold Public Hearing - February 2017

Geometric Sheet - January 2017

Right of Way Sheet - November 2016

Signal Plan - October 2016

Signal Warrant Study - July 2014

Previous Meetings >>

Phase: Under Construction

UPC: 107405, 110896

State ID: 0638-076-203, P101, R201, C501; 9999-96A-234, N501

Federal ID: STP-076-9 (030), STP-5A01 (986); NHPP-TS09 (291)

Lat/Long: 38.618950, -77.275922

Locality: Prince William

Page last modified: March 25, 2020