Board of County Supervisors Approves Final Plans for the Annapolis Way Improvement Project

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The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently endorsed the final design of the North Woodbridge Mobility Improvements Project which will finish connecting the missing .28-mile section of Annapolis Way.

The Prince William County Department of Transportation will manage construction of the $8-million project, which is fully funded by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.

The two-lane road project, with a median, a shared-use path and a sidewalk, is designed to improve the multimodal transportation network in North Woodbridge and enhance safety by including the pedestrian infrastructure.

The project falls within the North Woodbridge Small Area Plan that the Board approved in 2019. A small area plan envisions redevelopment in a small area that considers present and future needs of the community.

The right of way acquisition and utility phase of the project is set to begin this fall and run until early spring of 2023, with construction scheduled to begin later in the spring of 2023. The project is scheduled to be completed in winter 2024.


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