Route 642 (Smoketown Road) TO Caton Hill Road
The survey regarding potential transportation safety, congestion and bicycle/pedestrian improvements along Route 294 (Prince William Pkwy.) between Route 642 (Smoketown Rd.) and Route 849 (Caton Hill Rd.) is complete.
The focus of this study is to assess the crash history and identify solutions to improve safety and congestion through the corridor that can be incorporated into a competitive funding application. The entire length of the project area is on the statewide Potential for Safety Improvement (PSI) list. Rear-end crashes account for a majority of the crashes along this corridor, but there are also pedestrian crashes that have the potential to be mitigated through pedestrian and bicycle improvements. Solutions identified should be sensitive to the need to preserve capacity for through travel on Rte 294.
Prince William County Department of Transportation
key points of contact
District Lead: Rahul Trivedi
Lead Consultant: David Beardsley
|Phase 1||August 2021 – September 2021||Problem Diagnosis/Brainstorm Alternatives|
|Phase 2||October 2021 – March 2022||Stakeholder/Public engagement and feedback|
|Phase 3||March 2022 – July 2022||Investment strategy cost estimation and refinement|
|NV04 Executive Summary Phase 1 - PDF, 2.6MB|
|NV04 Executive Summary Phase 2 - PDF, 1.1MB|
|NV04 Stakeholder Presentation Phase 1 - PDF, 4.5MB|
|NV04 Stakeholder Presentation Phase 2 - English - PDF, 5.7MB|
|NV04 Stakeholder Presentation Phase 2 - Spanish - PDF, 5.5MB|
|NV04 Public Engagement Summary Phase 2 - PDF, 519KB|