Use this map to check out proposed improvements near you.
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How to use the map
Select layers to take a closer look at specific improvements planned along the corridor.
- Enter your address to view details of proposed improvements near your property
- Click on a red dot for a short summary of proposed improvements at that location
- Click on the ruler icon to measure distance and area
Legend Element Descriptions
Existing Right of Way: Property VDOT currently owns
Construction Limits in Cut: Land being excavated
Construction Limits in Fill: Land to be added on top of existing ground
Proposed Temporary Easement: Property that VDOT plans to use during construction. It is typically used for slope reconstruction. The property owner will be compensated and retains ownership; the easement is released once construction is complete.
Proposed Permanent Easement: Property that VDOT plans to permanently borrow. It is typically used for utilities and drainage structure maintenance. The property owner will be compensated and retains ownership.
Proposed Right of Way: Property that VDOT plans to purchase. VDOT will be the future owner and the property owner will be compensated.
Drainage: Storm drains, pipes, and other drainage structures
Edge of Pavement: Proposed edge of asphalt pavement once improvements are complete
Parcel Lines: Existing boundary lines between properties
Potential Noise Walls: Locations of reasonable and feasible noise walls as indicated in the preliminary noise study
Traffic Arrows: The number of lanes and direction that a vehicle is allowed to travel
Stream Relocation: Proposed new location of Colvin Run stream
Grass Median: Locations of grassy areas on top of concrete curb and gutter
Stormwater Management Basin: Proposed stormwater management treatment facilities
Bridge: Proposed location of bridges once improvements are complete
Proposed Path: Sidewalks and shared-use paths for pedestrians and bicyclists
Proposed Road: Proposed location of road once improvements are complete