In the Regional PlanThese highlighted projects are in the CLRP (Financially Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan), which means they have funding or are anticipated to be funded.
VDOT proposes to reconfigure I-66 outside the Capital Beltway to have two managed express lanes and three general purpose lanes in each direction.Cost: $2-3 billion Completion: 2022
Convert I-66 inside the Capital Beltway into a managed express lanes facility with dynamic, congestion-based tolling for all vehicles with less than three occupants, in both directions during the morning and evening peak periods.Cost: $350 million Completion: 2040
The 23-mile Silver Line will connect East Falls Church to Tysons and Dulles Airport and will extend into Loudoun County. Phase I, ending in Reston, opened in 2014.Cost: $5.6 billion Completion: 2018
Widen US 1 from Fuller Road to Russell Road from 4 to 6 lanes.Cost: $76 million Completion: 2025
Widen VA Route 123 from Leesburg Pike to the Capital Beltway from 6 to 8 lanes.Cost: $22 million Completion: 2021
High-Occupancy/Toll (HOT) lanes on the Capital Beltway, also called the 495 Express Lanes, opened in 2013. Some work on the 14-mile project is not yet completed.Cost: $1.6 billion Completion: 2030
HOT lanes will replace existing HOV lanes between the Town of Dumfries in Prince William County and a point two miles north of the Capital Beltway. South of Dumfries, new HOT lanes will be built. The entire project will be approximately 29 miles long.Cost: $1.01 billion Completion: 2015
A series of roadway improvements will address safety concerns on I-66 inside the Capital Beltway.Cost: $59 million Completion: 2020
A package of projects include the new Potomac Yards Metrorail station on the existing Yellow/Blue Lines, high-quality bus services, and improved accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists.
Carpool lanes will be added to I-66 outside the Capital Beltway in Prince William County.Cost: $131 million Completion: 2018
Bus Rapid Transit service, running every 7.5 minutes during peak hours, will run for 6.5 miles between the Van Dorn and Pentagon Metrorail Stations.Cost: $100 million Completion: 2016
This bypass for US 29 is designed to close through-traffic in the Manassas National Battlefield.Cost: $305 million Completion: 2035
The Fairfax County Parkway will be widened from four to six lanes for a length of three miles largely to the north of I-66. The project includes an interchange construction and upgrades to VA 7100.Cost: $295 million Completion: 2035
Originally called the Tri-County Parkway, this 10-mile road will connect the Manassas area with the Dulles Corridor.Completion: 2035
Other Plans and StudiesBelow are some high-profile projects that are not in the Regional Plan (i.e., not in the CLRP), which means they do not currently have funding plans or anticipated funding sources identified. However, they are featured in Virginia state and local plans and studies.
This Corridor of Statewide Significance (COSS) would include road construction and other improvements along a 45-mile corridor stretching between Route 7 northwest of Dulles Airport and I-95 near Dumfries.
A limited-access road would improve access to Dulles Airport, particularly for air cargo.Cost: $153 million - $813 million
A Potomac River crossing would link I-95 in Virginia (Prince William or Stafford counties) to US 301 in Maryland.Cost: $1.23 billion
The Orange Line would be extended 11 miles west to Centreville in Fairfax County, and possibly beyond to Gainesville or Haymarket in Prince William.Cost: $1.13 billion
Metrorail's Blue Line would be extended approximately 14 miles soutwest from Springfield to Potomac Mills in Prince William County.Cost: $1.52 billion