Garrisonville Road Widening Project (Eustace Rd to Shelton Shop Rd)


Project Description

The Garrisonville Road (RT 610) Widening Project will widen approximately 1.40 miles of Garrisonville Road, between the intersections with Eustace Road (RT 751) and Shelton Shop Road (RT 648), to a six‐lane divided roadway with raised concrete median, curb & gutter and 5’ sidewalks for pedestrians.

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Project Funding

Total estimated project funding is $78,002,312 and is anticipated to start design in FY2024

(TRS007) Garrisonville Road Widening


Operating Impact Summary

All roadway improvements are done within VDOT right‐of‐way and therefore the maintenance of this roadway will continue to be VDOT’s responsibility.

Relationship to Approved County Policy or Plan

  • The County’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan calls for the development of a safe, comprehensive and connected regional network of on‐road and off‐road

bicycle and pedestrian corridors and related facilities.

  • Supports the BOS Strategic Priority – Responsive Transportation System.
  • Project was identified and included in the approved 2019 Transportation Bond Referendum.

Change or Reasons for Revisions

FY2021 – Project was included in Stafford County’s 2019 $50 Million Road Improvement Bond Referendum as a priority road project for safety & congestion

improvements.

FY2022 –Further cost estimation and inflation factors provided by VDOT as part of the Round 4 SMART SCALE application process resulted in a significant

cost increase from $29.5M to approximately $52.4M. The project funding assumes $8.6M in future Revenue Sharing funding , $17.6M in future SMART SCALE funding, and $2.3M in future STBG funding as a source of revenue. If the funds are not approved by VDOT and/or FAMPO, other funding sources will need to be identified in order for the project to move forward as presented in the CIP.

FY2023 - Project cost increased $2,983,669 as part of cost estimate update for Revenue Sharing funding request in October 2021.

FY2024 - Project cost increased $22,624,521 from FY23 CIP.