Future Priority Projects

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The following is a list of projects that are priorities for future inclusion in the Capital Improvements Program based upon funding availability and the priorities of the Town Council. Costs are estimates and are subject to change.

Project

Project Summary

Estimated Cost

Status

Battlefield Parkway/Route 15 Bypass Interchange

Development of a new grade-separated interchange on North King Street (Route 15 Bypass) at Battlefield Parkway to reduce congestion at this existing at-grade intersection which serves as a major regional commuter route. This project is included in the Town Council list of priority transportation improvements.

$57,000,000

Awaiting Funding

Chesapeake Bay TMDL WLA RPC Phase II 

Existing (Phase I) project will only satisfy requirements for several years.

$1,500,000

Awaiting Funding

Traffic Signal and Left Turn Lane at Catoctin Circle/Edwards Ferry Road Intersection (07303)

Traffic studies have shown that a traffic signal and additional turn lanes are warranted at this intersection. A Loudoun County proffer in connection with the courthouse expansion project will fund the traffic signal. This project also includes a left turn lane for westbound traffic from Edwards Ferry Road onto southbound Catoctin Circle. The timing of this project was established to coincide with the completion of the Lowenbach Street improvement project (Project Number 05303). Implementation of this project will be based on an analysis of the impact of opening the neighborhood streets.

$900,000

Awaiting completion of Lowenbach improvements

Veterans Park at Balls Bluff (02302)

Design and construction of public recreational facilities, a public access road, parking, boat launch, picnic areas, meadow, park pavilions and visitors’ center consistent with Park Master Plan.

$4,000,000

Awaiting funding

Water Feature(s) for Mervin Jackson Park

Development of interactive and/or passive water feature(s) to be incorporated into the Mervin Jackson Park.

$462,500

Awaiting
funding