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DEMOLITION OF ROUTE 28 SOUTH BRIDGE OVER I-66 BEGINS FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 15. DETAILS.

About the Project

Poplar Tree Road Extension and Bridge

The Poplar Tree Road extension and bridge over Route 28 opened in November 2020, connecting Walney Road and Stringfellow Road on the east with Stonecroft Boulevard and Westfields Boulevard on the west side of Route 28. The new bridge includes a 10-foot-wide shared-use path that improves access to E.C. Lawrence Park for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The new bridge and E.C. Lawrence Park access road are among several Route 28 improvements that opened in fall 2020 as part of the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway Project.

The bridge was built to accommodate possible future expansion of Poplar Tree Road. The bridge was partially funded as part of a $500 million concession fee payment to the Commonwealth of Virginia by I-66 Express Mobility Partners, dedicated to funding transportation projects benefitting the region.

Construction Update (Updated April 6, 2021)

The Poplar Tree Road Bridge over Route 28 opened in November 2020, providing access to the new E.C. Lawrence Park access road from the east for vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists. New noise wall can be seen between Route 28 and the access road. (Mar. 20, 2021)

Resources

Poplar Tree Road Extension and Bridge Over Route 28 in Chantilly - News Release, Nov. 20, 2020