About the Project

Project Sections

Gallows Road
The rebuilt section of Gallows Road will include improved bicycle and pedestrian facilities on the bridge over I-66 and access to the new shared-use path being built along I-66. The new design will also improve sightlines for travelers and leave room for future widening of Gallows Road to the north toward Tysons.
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Nutley Street (Route 243) Interchange
The I-66/Nutley Street Interchange is being redesigned to improve safety, better manage traffic flow, and integrate the new shared-use path at this busy junction near the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail Station.
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Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail Station Area
New Express Lanes ramp access and improved bicycle and pedestrian connections will make the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU Metrorail Station a more robust multi-modal hub for commuters and other travelers.
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Route 123 Interchange
Major reconstruction is planned for the Route 123 interchange, including adding access to the new express lanes, improving safety for roadway users, replacing bridge spans, and connecting the future I-66 trail with the City of Fairfax. 
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Route 28 Interchange
Major changes are coming to Route 28, including rebuilding the I-66 interchange to add Express Lanes access, removing all traffic signals between Westfields Boulevard and Route 29, and connecting Braddock Road and Walney Road with a new bridge. Some improvements will be in place by late 2020.
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E.C. Lawrence Park
Access to the E.C. Lawrence Park athletic fields has shifted from Route 28 to a new entrance on Stonecroft Boulevard south of Westfields Boulevard. The entrance from Route 28 will close in December 2019.
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Route 29 Interchange in Centreville 
The Route 29 Interchange in Centreville is being demolished and rebuilt to accommodate the Express Lanes, future mass transit along I-66, and future widening of Route 29 under the interstate.
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University Boulevard Park and Ride Lot (Gainesville)
A new park and ride lot in Gainesville will offer more than 2,000 spaces with direct access to the Express Lanes from University Boulevard for carpools, vanpools, and commuter bus. The first portion of the lot opened in October 2019 with 1,000+ spaces to assist commuters during project construction. OmniRide provides commuter bus service to the Pentagon on weekdays.
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Trails / Shared-Use Path
The Transform 66 Project is adding 11 miles of shared-use path along I-66 that will bolster existing and planned trail networks in Fairfax and Prince William counties. Rebuilt bridges will add bike lanes, shared-use path, and sidewalks to further improve connections for cyclists and pedestrians.
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