In Design: Elden Street Widening in the Town of Herndon
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This project will widen Elden Street from four to six lanes between Herndon Parkway and Fairfax County Parkway (about a third of a mile) in the Town of Herndon. The total length of the project between Monroe Street and Fairfax County Parkway is about a mile.
Other improvements include:
- Adding bike lanes from Monroe Street to Herndon Parkway and adding from Herndon Parkway to Fairfax County Parkway cycle tracks, which combine the user experience of a separated path with the on-street infrastructure of a conventional bike lane.
- Undergrounding overhead utilities between Monroe Street and Fairfax County Parkway.
- Replacing the culverts over Sugarland Run with a new bridge to provide better stream flow and reduce potential flooding.
- Landscaping and planted medians where feasible.
Elden Street averages up to 30,000 vehicles a day within the project limits.
Preliminary Engineering: $6.1 million
Right of Way Acquisition and Utility Relocation: $19.9 million
Construction: $24.8 million
Total: $50.7 million
This project aims to reduce congestion, improve safety and enhance access to and from Fairfax County Parkway for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.
Design Public Hearing - October 2016
Design Approval - October 2017
Begin Right of Way Acquisition - May 2019
Begin Construction - Early 2023
Hamid Misaghian, P.E.
Location & Design
Andrew Beacher, P.E.
Phase: In Design
State ID: U000-235-110, P101, R201, C501, B606
Federal ID: HPD-5401 (455)
Lat/Long: 38.967631, -77.374576