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Lexington Drive/Riverside Parkway Extension meeting set for April 28

The Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure is holding a public information meeting on the Lexington Drive/Riverside Parkway extension to Loudoun County Parkway/George Washington Boulevard.

The county staff is seeking input and would like to hear the public’s comments on the proposed alignment design.
The meeting will be held Monday, April 28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Exploration Hall at George Washington University, 20101 Academic Way in Ashburn.

The proposed roadway extension is part of Loudoun County’s Countywide Transportation Plan (CTP), to help mitigate congestion and improve safety along Route 7, and to help local traffic move through the area without having to travel on Route 7.

Review of the proposed designs can be done at the public meeting, or by appointment after Monday, April 21 at the office of the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure, on the first floor of 209 Gibson St. NW in Leesburg. If you have any questions, contact the department at 703-737-8624 or by email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

In addition to written or verbal comments made at the community meeting, comments may be submitted by email to Bruce Thornberry or Chris Glassmoyer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by regular mail sent to:

Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure
209 Gibson St. NW, 1st Floor, MS #64
Leesburg, VA, 20177-7000.

Comments may also be emailed to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Reference “Lexington Drive/Riverside Parkway extension” in the subject line.


It would be helpful to have these plans posted online.

Does anyone know the following:

Are there plans in the future to access the 28 freeway from the Lansdowne area WITHOUT using the 7 freeway or Waxpool ?

The improvement mentioned in this article would help me get to the Loudoun Cty parkway, but I am talking about the 28 freeway.

I am curious because the approx 3 mile stretch on the 7 freeway in the morning from Lansdowne to the 28 freeway takes like 15 minutes.

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