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Garrisonville Road Widening

GARRISONVILLE ROAD - STATE ROUTE 610 - is a Public-Private Transportation Act (PPTA) and a 2008 Transportation Bond Referendum project. This project will widen approximately one mile of Garrisonville Road between Onville Road (SR-641) and Eustace Road (SR-751) from a four-lane, undivided roadway, to a six-lane divided roadway.

UPDATES: 

  • May 2016 - Dominion Power relocating utilities.  County made progress on ROW and easement negotiations with several property owners.  Staff is negotiating with Mike’s Diner on a possible settlement and attempted to meet with Professional Collision Center.  MAY 2016
  • June 2016 - Dominion Power relocating utilities. Verizon utility relocations behind schedule due to strike. Negotiations with property owners continue. The Board approved condemnation of Mike’s Diner and Professional Collision Center easements. Staff waiting for VDOT approval of final plans to begin construction.

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GARRISONVILLE ROAD WIDENING PROJECT 
ALEX OWSIAK, P.E. - TRANSPORTATION PROJECT MANAGER

PROJECT SELECTION
- This section of Garrisonville Road has experienced a 63% increase in traffic between 2009 and 2014
- Traffic on Garrisonville Road is projected to increase an additional 45% in the next 20 years

PROJECT FACTS
- Widen and improve 0.658 miles of Garrisonville Road (SR-610) to a six-lane divided roadway
- Extends from the intersection with Shenandoah Lane (SR-1236) to just west of the intersection with Onville Road 
    (SR-641)
- Total Project Cost: $13 million

The project will 
- Provide 11’ travel lanes with curb & gutter to reduce drainage runoff
- Build a 5-foot concrete sidewalk along both sides of the roadway for pedestrians
- Improve Eustace Road and Center Street intersections with dedicated turn lanes

WHAT TO EXPECT:  CONSTRUCTION
Start: Mid-August 2016           End: JUNE 2017   
Contractor: Branch Highways, Inc.

Lane Closures Allowed:
-
8:00 PM to 5:00 AM 7 Days/Week
- Contractor will maintain at least one travel lane in each direction during construction
- Contractor will maintain access to all businesses and residences during construction - 
    businesses may be restricted to a single entrance at times

WHO TO CONTACT
For any questions or concerns during construction, please contact one of the following:

Stafford County
- Alex Owsiak, p.e. Project Manager - 540-658-4593
               or
Branch Highways        
- Rick Haines, Superintendent - 540-537-1473