GW Parkway/Reagan National Airport and Mt Vernon
Rehabilitation of the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport South Exit and VA Route 233 Bridges over the George Washington Memorial Parkway, and improvements to the Mount Vernon Trail near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
All project work is complete. No further impact on traffic is anticipated.
The project consists of the rehabilitation of the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport South Exit and VA Route 233 Bridges over the George Washington Memorial Parkway, and improvements to the Mount Vernon Trail near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The bridge work includes sidewalk widening, concrete deck overlay, barrier and bridge rail replacement and painting. The trail and roadway work includes trail realignment, stone masonry guardwall construction asphalt pavement milling and overlay, and other miscellaneous work.
Traffic Control / Affects to Public
During several phases of the work, expect lane and ramp closures. Detours will be provided.
There will be no lane closures on the parkway during designated rush hours (5am - 9:30am and 2:30pm to 7:00pm Monday through Friday) and on Holidays.
Mill and overlay work on ramps 500A, 500B and 500C will occur on weekends from 1:00 a.m. Saturday to 4:00 a.m. Monday.
This project was awarded on July 13, 2015. Project was substantially complete on June 17, 2016
|Project #||PRA-GWMP 500(1)|
|Project Name||GW Parkway/Reagan National Airport and Mt Vernon Trail|
|Location||Arlington County, VA|
Federal Highway Administration
Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division
21400 Ridgetop Circle
Sterling, Virginia 20166