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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.

UPDATE:  ROW and easement acquisition ongoing.  25 of 39 properties reached settlement.  Utility relocation beginning this month.  Construction to begin August 2016. - JANUARY 2016

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GARRISONVILLE ROAD WIDENING PROJECT 
INFORMATIONAL MEETING HELD JANUARY 11, 2016 
ALEX OWSIAK, P.E. - TRANSPORTATION PROJECT MANAGER
PROJECT SELECTION
- Project was included in the County’s 2008 Transportation Bond Referendum
- 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
- The project is being constructed by Branch Highways, Inc. under a Public Private Partnership contract

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

graphic & construction plan set WERE ON DISPLAY for details
NEXT STEPS
- Utility Relocations are scheduled to start this month and will continue for approximately 8 months 
- You will see crews from DOMINION Virginia Power relocating overhead power lines along the corridor
- Verizon and Comcast crews will also be onsite relocating underground cables
- No extended service disruptions are expected, although short loss of service may occur
- Road construction is scheduled to start in August 2016 and be completed in December 2017

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

Road Closures/Detours
- None at this time

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

STaff is prepared to answer individual questions