Stringfellow Road at I-66 will be modified to add full-time Express Lanes access to and from the east. These ramps will provide commuter buses, vanpools, and carpools with convenient access from the Stringfellow Road Park & Ride lot to the Vienna-Fairfax/GMU Metrorail Station, Tysons, Arlington, and Washington using the region’s express lanes network.
Stringfellow Road Ramps Now Open to Full-time, Two-way Traffic
The Stringfellow Road ramps to I-66 East and from I-66 West converted from alternating, one-way travel to full-time, two-way travel in October 2020. Drivers on Stringfellow Road traveling to I-66 East, and drivers on I-66 West traveling to Stringfellow Road are permitted to use the ramps 24 hours a day. HOV-2 restrictions will remain in effect during peak periods.
Drivers should expect the following traffic pattern change, weather permitting:
Construction Update (Updated September 7, 2021)
Recent Construction Progress:
Upcoming Construction Activities:
Concrete bridge deck is in place to carry the widened I-66 over Stringfellow Road. Piers and ramp for the future flyover ramp from the I-66 East Express Lanes to the I-66 East general purpose lanes and Fairfax County Parkway exit can be seen taking shape toward the top of the roadway. (August 24, 2021)
What Neighbors Can Expect
What Drivers Can Expect
Stringfellow Road Park & Ride Lot
With 698 parking spaces, covered bike racks, and convenient access to the I-66 HOV Lanes, the Stringfellow Park & Ride lot is a commuter hub with extensive Fairfax Connector bus service along I-66 and across western Fairfax County. Service includes Route 697, which launched August 31, 2020, with express service to Southwest Washington, D.C. (D St., SW near L’Enfant Plaza.)
Learn more about the facility and find information about current bus service here.
|Stringfellow Road/I-66 Ramps to Allow Full-time, Two-way Travel Starting on or about Tuesday, October 13 - Website|
Stringfellow Road Park & Ride Overview - Website