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Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board - 2019 Spring Meeting #1

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Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board - 2019 Spring Meeting #1

  1. 1. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board 2019 Spring Meeting #1 February 25, 2019 Tom Biesiadny, Ray Johnson, and Janet Nguyen, Fairfax County Department of Transportation Mary Ann Tsai, Department of Planning & Zoning 1
  2. 2. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Presentation Topics • Reston Funding Plan Review • Reston Service District and Road Fund Rate Adjustments and Collections • Development Activity (Reston Transit Station Areas) • Reston Funding Plan Project Updates (Reston Transit Station Areas) • Other Transportation Project Updates (Reston-wide) • Follow-up from previous meeting • Next Meeting/Questions 2
  3. 3. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Review Reston Funding Plan 3
  4. 4. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston (Transportation) Funding Plan Review The Reston Funding Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on February 28, 2017. • Developed to address the funding needs for transportation improvements in the Reston Transit Station Areas (TSAs). • Improvements were either recommended by the Reston Phase I Comprehensive Plan Amendment (adopted February 11, 2014) or necessary to support the plan. 4
  5. 5. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review 5 Roadway Improvements • Dulles Toll Road Crossings and an Underpass • Roadway Widenings • Roadway Extensions • Interchanges • Total Projects: 10 • Total $1.2B Intersection Improvements • Dulles Toll Road On/Off Ramps • At-grade Intersection Improvements • Total Projects: 8 • Total $45M Grid of Streets • Enhanced street network throughout the Reston TSAs to ensure connectivity and more access to transit station areas for vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit. • Total $1.021B Improvements that were included in the Funding Plan adopted on February 28, 2017.
  6. 6. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group Supervisor Cathy Hudgins established the Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group (RNAG) to provide a diverse forum to help address transportation follow-on motions after the approval of the Phase I Reston Comprehensive Plan Amendment. Membership and Purpose: • 11 members from the Reston community representing citizens, the business community, the Reston Association, and the Reston Town Center Association. • Provided Fairfax County Transportation staff with input and feedback on the Reston Network Analysis and associated plans (such as the Reston Funding Plan). • Worked to shape future grid of streets within Reston TSAs, mechanisms, and timing/prioritization for project funding. 6
  7. 7. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review Transportation Follow-on Motions: • Conduct a detailed evaluation and operational analysis of the enhanced street network shown on the Reston Master Plan, prioritize these improvements, and develop an implementation strategy. • Develop an inclusive process to prepare a funding plan for the recommended transportation improvements that includes both public and private revenues. Reston Network Analysis Reston Funding Plan Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group Tasks 7
  8. 8. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review Community Feedback and Outreach In addition to the Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group, staff also sought feedback and input through meetings with the larger Reston Community and with representatives from the Reston business community. • Reston Network Analysis Advisory Group (https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/reston-network-advisory) • Community Meetings (https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/study/reston-network-analysis) • Stakeholder Meetings (https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/reston-network-analysis-stakeholder) 8
  9. 9. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review Current Funding Plan Improvements: The funding plan is monitored and reviewed annually to respond to areas of growth and change within the Reston TSAs. Major Roadway Improvements $1.200 billion Intersection Improvements $0.048 billion Grid of Streets Network $1.021 billion Total Planning Level Project Estimates $2.269 billion *These projects were added to the funding plan in FY 2019. 9 Projects Project Estimate Project Category Reston Roadway Projects Soapstone Road Extension (DTR Overpass) $170,000,000Roadway Town Center Parkway Extension (DTR Underpass) $170,000,000Roadway Reston Parkway Widening (South Lakes Drive to DTR) $25,000,000Roadway Fairfax County Parkway HOV (DTR to West Ox Widening) $80,000,000Roadway Fairfax County Parkway at Sunrise Valley Dr Interchange $400,000,000Roadway South Lakes Drive Extension (DTR Overpass) $90,000,000Roadway Fox Mill Road Widening (Reston Parkway to Monroe Street) $60,000,000Roadway West Ox Rd Widening (Lawyers Road to Centreville Road) $100,000,000Roadway Monroe Sreet Widening (West Ox Road to Town of Herndon) $80,000,000Roadway Pinecrest Road Extension (South Lakes Drive to Sunrise Valley Drive) $25,000,000Roadway Total Reston Roadway Projects $1,200,000,000Roadway Reston Intersection Improvements Fairfax County Parkway at Sunrise Valley Drive (Interim)* $500,000Intersection Reston Parkway/ Baron Cameron Avenue* $2,500,000Intersection Reston Parkway/ Sunrise Valley Drive $15,000,000Intersection Reston Parkway/ DTR WB on/off ramps $5,000,000Intersection Reston Parkway/ Bluemont Way $4,000,000Intersection Reston Parkway/ New Dominion Parkway $5,000,000Intersection Centreville Road at Sunrise Valley Drive $10,000,000Intersection Centreville Road/ DTR EB on/off ramps $1,500,000Intersection Wiehle Avenue/ DTR EB on/off ramps $600,000Intersection Hunter Mill Road/ Sunset Hills Road $3,500,000.00Intersection Sunset Hills Road Realignment* TBDIntersection Total Intersection Improvements $47,600,000Intersection Total Grid of Streets $1,021,000,000Grid Total Intersection + Grid $1,068,600,000Intersection + Grid Grand Total Projects (Roadway + Intersection + Grid) $2,268,600,000
  10. 10. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Review Summary of Projects, Revenue Sources, and Allocations 10 Funding Plan Projects Revenue Source Public or Private Source Amount Percent of Plan Major Roadway Improvements Fed/State/Regional/Local Funds Public $1,201,704,275 53.00% Grid of Streets Developer Construction Private $716,000,000 31.60% Grid of Streets Reston Road Fund Private $211,000,000 9.30% Intersections/Grid of Streets Service District Private $139,895,725 6.10% Total $2,268,600,000 100%
  11. 11. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Project Priorities The Reston Network Analysis prioritized the Roadway Improvements in three general timeframes. • This was necessary, because the County does not control the pace or location of development. • Reston Transportation Plan and development will need to be monitored annually. • The plan is dynamic, so that it can respond as the areas of growth change within Reston. • Based on FCDOT’s current assessment of future development patterns in Reston, the projects in the transportation plan were divided into the following three categories: Tier 1 • Soapstone Overpass • Town Center Underpass • Reston Parkway Widening (Dulles Toll Road to South Lakes Drive) • Fairfax County Parkway Widening/HOV (Entire Length from Route 7 to I-66 and beyond) Tier 2 • Sunrise Valley Drive/Fairfax County Parkway Interchange • South Lakes Overpass • Fox Mill Widening (Reston Parkway to Monroe Street) Tier 3 • West Ox Road Widening (Lawyers Road to Centreville Road) • Monroe Street Widening (West Ox Road to the Town of Herndon) • Pinecrest Extension 11
  12. 12. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Project Priorities Proposed Prioritization of Intersection Improvements: 12 This information was provided along with the cash flow in Fall 2018, staff welcomes feedback on the proposed prioritization. • Fairfax County Parkway at Sunrise Valley Drive (Interim) • Reston Parkway/ Baron Cameron Avenue • Reston Parkway/ Sunrise Valley Drive • Reston Parkway/ DTR WB on/off ramps • Reston Parkway/ Bluemont Way • Reston Parkway/ New Dominion Parkway • Centreville Road at Sunrise Valley Drive • Centreville Road/ DTR EB on/off ramps • Wiehle Avenue/ DTR EB on/off ramps • Hunter Mill Road/ Sunset Hills Road • Sunset Hills Road Realignment
  13. 13. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Service District and Road Fund Rate Adjustments and Collections FY 2020 Rate Recommendation 13
  14. 14. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Service District Rate Recommendation Staff recommends that the Reston Transportation Service District Rate be held at $0.021 per $100 of assessed value in Fiscal Year 2020. 14 Fiscal Year Rate Revenue Estimate Actuals FY 2018 $0.021 $910,727 $910,414 FY 2019 $0.021 $1,984,998 $1,982,690 FY 2020 $0.021 $2,193,484 N/A Total service district revenues received through January 31, 2019 $2,893,104
  15. 15. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Road Fund Rates and Adjustments • County Road Fund rates are adjusted annually by the annual rate of inflation, as calculated by referring to the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers (CPI-U), 1982-1984=100 (not seasonally adjusted) as reported by the United States Department of Labor, or Bureau of Labor Statistics. • Proposed Rate Adjustment is 1.9% based on the CPI-U increase over the last 12 months for the month ended December 2018. New road fund rates are proposed to be effective April 1, 2019. 15 Road Fund Area Type Current Rate Inflationary Increase Proposed Rate Fairfax Center non-residential $6.21 x 1.019 $6.33 residential $1,376 x 1.019 $1,402 Centreville non-residential $6.67 x 1.019 $6.80 residential $2,637 x 1.019 $2,687 Tysons non-residential $4.57 x 1.019 $4.66 residential $1,014 x 1.019 $1,033 Tysons-wide non-residential $6.17 x 1.019 $6.29 residential $1,093 x 1.019 $1,114 Tysons Grid of Streets non-residential $7.04 x 1.019 $7.17 residential $1,093 x 1.019 $1,114 Reston non-residential $9.80 x 1.019 $9.99 residential $2,142 x 1.019 $2,183
  16. 16. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Road Fund and Service District Collections 16 Source Fiscal Year Estimate Actuals Estimated Plan Total (40 Years) % of Plan Amount Received Road Fund 2017 N/A $91,960 Road Fund 2018 N/A $104,812 Road Fund 2019 N/A $121,045 Total Road Fund Collections $317,817 $211,000,000 0.15% Service District 2017 $910,727 $910,414 Service District 2018 $1,984,998 $1,982,690 Service District 2019 $2,193,484 N/A Total Service District Collections $2,893,104 $139,895,725 2.07% Total Received through January 31, 2019 $3,210,921 $350,895,725 0.92% Approved Projects Fiscal Year Total Project Estimate Approved Amount Funding Source Fairfax County Parkway and Sunrise Valley Drive Interim Improvement 2019 $2,000,000 $500,000 Service District Total Approved Projects $500,000 Balance of Road Fund and Service District Collections $2,710,921
  17. 17. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Potential Project to initiate end of FY 2019 Description: Modify intersection to include a second left turn lane from westbound Baron Cameron Avenue to southbound Reston Parkway to address delays. Estimate: • $500,000 to begin conceptual design/preliminary engineering • $2,500,000 total project estimate 17 Reston Parkway at Baron Cameron Avenue – Intersection Improvement
  18. 18. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Cash Flow • A cash flow was developed and presented to the Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board in Fall 2018. • The cash flow is available along with the meeting materials from the October 23, 2018 meeting at the Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board’s County website. • https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/reston-transportation- advisory-board 18
  19. 19. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Development Activity Reston Transit Station Areas 19
  20. 20. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation 20 New Major Construction Activity (Under Construction) CoreSite Data Center • Sunrise Technology Park • Keeping two old buildings, adding 6 new buildings Reston Gateway • The property is located on the north side of Sunset Hills Road between Town Center Parkway and Reston Parkway • Nine new buildings • Will be built in phases • Several existing buildings to be demolished CoreSite Data Center Reston Gateway Reston Gateway Reston Station Office Building 3 • Wiehle-Reston East TSA • Primarily office space with some retail • *Correction from previous meeting - Office Building 2 Is in review for permits, not yet under construction. Reston Station Office Buildings
  21. 21. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Approved Development Applications 4 Total Zoning Actions approved from October 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019 21 Pulte Home Corporation (RZ/FDP 2016- HM-031) • Hendon TSA • Sq. ft. over entitled/existing: • 100,000 sq. ft. residential (40 SFA Units) • Total approved with subject case: • 103,166 sq. ft. non-residential • 100,000 sq. ft. residential Ag-Arc Reston (RZ/FDP 2018-HM- 004) • Reston Town Center TSA • Sq. ft. over entitled/existing: • 174,642 sq. ft. residential (145 MF Units) • Total approved with subject case: • 174,642 sq. ft. residential (145 MF Units) Pulte Woodfield Arc Reston JBG Woodfield Acquisition (PCA B-846) • Wiehle TSA • Sq. ft. over entitled/existing: • 333,000 sq. ft. residential (308 MF Units) • Total approved with subject case: • 80,788 sq. ft. non-residential • 330,000 sq. ft. residential (308 MF Units) • Note: Site was previously approved for 1,014,000 SF of non-residential uses JBG/1831 Wiehle & EYA (RZ/FDP 2016-HM-024) • Reston Town Center TSA • Sq. ft. over entitled/existing: • 232,138 square feet non- residential • 1,341,708 square feet residential (1,100 Units) • Total approved with subject case: • 535,995 sq. ft. non- residential • 1,341,708 sq. ft. residential (1,100 Units)
  22. 22. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation 22 Development Applications In- Process (Submitted) APA Properties (RZ 2018-HM-020) • Wiehle-Reston East TSA • 328,884 non-residential • 2,500,000 sq. ft. residential • 2,100 dwelling units Association Drive (RZ 2018-HM-019) • Wiehle-Reston East TSA • 326,377 sq. ft. non-residential • 1,250,920 sq. ft. residential • 907 dwelling units Campus Commons (RZ 2017-HM-018) • Wiehle-Reston East TSA • 410,090 sq. ft. non-residential • 957,800 sq. ft. residential • 877 dwelling units Reston Crossing (RZ 2018-HM-002) • Reston Town Center TSA • 975,000 sq. ft. non-residential • 872,400 sq. ft. residential • 1,090 dwelling units All figures are approximate and are based on data collected with pending development applications. All figures are subject to change. All images are found within current CDP/FDP submissions for the above referenced cases. Association Drive Reston Crossing Campus CommonsAPA Properties
  23. 23. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Development Totals for Approved and In-Process* Reston TSA Development Applications 23 Land Use – In-Process Applications Existing or Previously Entitled Land Use Action (RZ, PCA, PRC, SE) Non Residential (sq. ft.) 3,049,249 5,301,947 Residential (sq. ft.) 1,963,430 11,688,136 Residential (units) 1,597 10,236 Total All Uses (In-Process Applications) 5,012,679 16,990,083 *Data for applications submitted after 2/15/2014 **Approved with subject case including existing to remain Land Use – Approved Applications Existing or Previously Entitled Land Use Action (RZ, PCA, PRC, SE) Non Residential (sq. ft.) 8,342,336 12,680,825** Residential (sq. ft.) 1,138,046 11,563,094** Residential (units) 1,062 9,813** Total All Uses (Approved Applications) 9,480,382 24,243,919
  24. 24. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation In-Process and Approved Development Applications 24
  25. 25. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Funding Plan Project Updates Reston TSAs 25
  26. 26. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Fairfax County Parkway at Sunrise Valley Drive Interim Improvement Description: This project will improve the capacity of the intersection. Geometric and operational changes are proposed along the northbound and westbound approaches to the intersection. The northbound right-turn lane would be converted to a shared through and right-turn lane. An additional westbound through lane would be added to allow for two left-turn lanes. Other improvements include bike/pedestrian facility enhancement and additional guidance signs. Dulles Rail Phase 2 is responsible for a project to improve eastbound left turn capacity. Estimate: • Total Project Estimate: ~$1-2 million • The Reston Service District Advisory Board and County Board of Supervisors have approved $500k for preliminary engineering of the project Status/Schedule: • In Design • Construction phase estimated to begin 2023 • Estimated completion date 2024 26
  27. 27. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Soapstone Connector Description: Extend Soapstone Drive from Sunrise Valley Drive over the Dulles Toll Road (DTR) to Sunset Hills Road. Provide additional multimodal capacity on a new north-south alternative to mitigate congestion on Wiehle Avenue and Reston Parkway. Estimate: Total Project Estimate ~$170 million Current Funding: • $9.90 million in FY 23-24 federal RSTP funds. • $6.54 million in FY19-20 Revenue Sharing funds. • $7.74 million in NVTA 30% Local or C&I • $24.18 million total Grant Applications Submitted: • $45.4 million in Smart Scale funds for inclusion in the FY 20-25 SYIP, allocation in FY 24-25. 27
  28. 28. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Soapstone Connector Project Status: Currently in environmental phase of project: • FCDOT responded to a request from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. This is necessary before Environmental Assessment (EA) approval. • Currently determining next steps for the project. • Funding agreement between VDOT and Fairfax County for the implementation of the project executed December 19, 2017. Schedule: • 2017 – 2022: environmental, engineering, design • 2022 – ~2024: right of way, land acquisition • 2024 – mid to late 2020s: construction • VDOT and Fairfax County for the implementation of the project executed December 19, 2017 28
  29. 29. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Town Center Parkway DTR Underpass Description: Extend Town Center Parkway from Sunrise Valley Drive west of Edmund Haley Drive under the DTR to Sunset Hills Road. The facility will also include bike and pedestrian facilities linking the mixed-use areas north and south of the DTR. Estimate: Total Project Estimate ~$170 million • $8 million in NVTA 30% Local/C&I for the underpinning • $1 million in NVTA 30% Local/C&I for the Alternatives Analysis Status/Schedule: • VDOT is negotiating with a consultant for feasibility study • Approximately (~) four years: environmental, engineering, design. • ~ two years: right of way, land acquisition • ~ three years: construction • Estimated completion by 2032 29
  30. 30. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Other Transportation Project Updates Reston-wide 30
  31. 31. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Dulles Rail Silver Line Phase 2 Description: Extend Metrorail Silver Line 11.2 miles from Wiehle- Reston East to Route 772 in Ashburn. This rail extension will include the construction of six new rail stations: three in Fairfax County, one at Dulles International Airport, and two in Loudoun County. Estimate: Total Project Estimate $2.778 billion Status/Schedule: • Overall Phase 2 – 92% complete • Package A (Rail line, system, and stations) – 92% • Package B (Rail yard at Dulles) – 94% • Contractual Substantial Completion – August 2019 • WMATA Board to establish Revenue Operations Date 31
  32. 32. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Dulles Rail Silver Line Phase 2 Station Construction • Reston Town Center Station – Mechanical/electrical/plumbing rough-in, paver installation, and pavilion detailing. • Herndon Station – Mechanical/electrical rough-in, station ceiling grid, and elevator/escalator work. • Innovation Station – Detailing for pavilion and escalators, station finishes, electrical rough-in and plumbing continues. 32
  33. 33. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Dulles Rail Silver Line Phase 2 Parking Garages • Herndon Metrorail Station: • Total project estimate - $52 million • Construction progress - 97% • Ready for occupancy – April 2019 • Approximately 3,670 parking spaces • Includes bike room • Innovation Center Metrorail Station: • Total project estimate - $44.5 million • Construction progress - 65% • Ready for occupancy – late 2019/ early 2020 • Approximately 2,100 parking spaces • Includes bike room 33 Herndon Metrorail Station Parking Garage Innovation Center Metrorail Station Parking Garage
  34. 34. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation 34 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Projects TobeCompletedbyAugust2019 Projects Status Reston Parkway and Sunrise Valley Drive: Widen eastbound approach to create dual lefts, a thru lane, and a thru-right. Lengthen the northbound left turn lane on to Reston Parkway. Design complete Sunrise Valley Drive and Herndon Station Site/Roark Drive: Widen eastbound approach to create dual lefts. Add a right-in/right-out entrance for the existing Herndon-Monroe garage assisted by a new right turn lane from Sunrise Valley Drive. Design complete, utility work underway Sunrise Valley Drive and Edmund Halley Drive: Lengthen the westbound right turn lane and eastbound left turn lane on Sunrise Valley Drive. Upgrade Edmund Halley Drive to VDOT standards, so that it may be accepted into the state system upon completion of Phase 2 Design complete, utility work underway
  35. 35. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation 35 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Projects (Continued) TobeCompletedbyAugust2019 Projects Status Sunset Hills Road and Reston Town Center Station: Add a signal for the new entrance to the Reston Station Kiss and Ride. Provide a new eastbound right turn lane into the new entrance. Design complete, utility work underway Fairfax County Parkway and Sunrise Valley Drive: Add storage capacity to the eastbound left turn lanes. Design complete
  36. 36. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Route 7 Widening (DTR to Reston Avenue) 36 Description: Widen Route 7 from 4 to 6 lanes from Jarrett Valley Drive to Reston Avenue, with intersection improvements, shared use trail on both sides of road, and upgraded bus stops. Estimate: Total Project Estimate $314 million Status/Schedule: • Board endorsed design plans: Spring 2017 • VDOT issued a Design-Build Request for Qualifications in August 2017 • Formal Request for Proposals was issued in November 2017 • Bids received on March 29, 2018 • CTB award and NTP to the design-build contractor in July 2018 • Construction start: Spring 2019, and estimated completion: Fall 2024 • Preliminary Design is progress For more information visit www.connectroute7.org
  37. 37. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG) Goal – Review access to new Metrorail stations • RMAG effort – 26 Citizen Members, supported by County Staff and input from General Public • Community’s Priorities for transportation modes & projects • Produced a list of recommended projects which were ultimately approved by the Board of Supervisors. 37
  38. 38. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation 38 Reston Area Metrorail Station Access Improvement Projects (also known as RMAG projects)
  39. 39. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Overall RMAG Stats 39 More information about these improvements can be found here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/projects/silver-line/restonimp 25 Total Projects Phase I 19 Projects Completed 0 Projects in Construction 1 Projects in Land Acquisition/Utilities 1 Projects in Design 4 Other 22 Total Projects Phase II 6 Project Initiation 0 Projects Completed 1 Projects in Construction 3 Projects in Land Acquisition/Utilities 8 Projects in Design 4 Other
  40. 40. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Select RMAG Projects Sunrise Valley Drive - Sidewalk South Side Soapstone to South Lakes • Project Status: VDOT Authorization 03/2019, Construction Award 07/2019 • Current Total Project Estimate ($): $1,428,941 • Estimated construction completion date: 04/2020 Sunrise Valley Drive - Sidewalk North Side Soapstone to South Lakes • Project Status: VDOT Authorization 03/2019, Construction Award 07/2019 • Current Total Project Estimate($): $1,765,485 • Estimated construction completion date : 04/2020 Sunrise Valley Drive – Sidewalk South Side Glade to Reston Pkwy • Project Status: VDOT Authorization 02/2019, Construction Award 06/2019 • Current Total Project Estimate ($): $2,678,000 • Estimated construction completion date: 12/2019 40 Sunrise Valley Drive Sidewalk South Side
  41. 41. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG) RMAG Map ID 39 Sunrise Valley Drive from Reston Parkway to Soapstone Drive Description: • Adding separated bike lanes and pedestrian facility on north side of Sunrise Valley Drive • Adding sidewalk to south side of Sunrise Valley Drive • Upgrading trail on north side • Making all 10 foot trail Status/Schedule: • Construction beginning summer 2019 41 Improvements along Sunrise Valley Drive Walkway
  42. 42. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG) RMAG Map ID 11 Wiehle Avenue/Washington/Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail Phase II Description: • Construct pedestrian/bicycle grade separated crossing Estimate: • Total project estimate $10 million Status/Schedule: • Project is in design • Estimated completion date October 2022 42
  43. 43. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Follow-up From Fall meeting on October 23, 2018 43
  44. 44. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Follow-up from October 23, 2018 Meeting Request • Staff was asked to provide a count of cars registered in the Reston Service District. Follow-up • According to the Fairfax County Department of Taxation, in 2018, there were 7,259 vehicles registered in the Reston Service District. 44
  45. 45. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Next Meeting Reston Transportation Service District Advisory Board 45
  46. 46. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Monday, March 25, 2019 Meeting • Next meeting in 2019 to discuss service district FY 2020 rate recommendation for the Board of Supervisors. • FY 2020 Advertised rate proposed to be $0.021/$100 assessed value. • Rate recommendation deadline prior to end of budget public hearings (tentatively April 11, 2019). • Staff follow up on information requested during today’s meeting. • Consider endorsing staff recommendation of next project for funding. 46
  47. 47. County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Questions/Next Meeting Questions or items for inclusion on the March 25, 2019 agenda? 47

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