Route 419 Widening, Safety, and Multimodal Improvements
The congested area of Route 419, Electric Road, near Tanglewood Mall is being improved with an additional southbound travel lane, plus bicycle and pedestrian accommodations. Improvements will extend from Route 220 to Ogden Road.
Estimated cost: $6.5 million.
Design Public Hearing Exhibit
Construction began in August 2020 and is anticipated to be complete in late 2021. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) held a Design Public Hearing in January 2018.
Add one southbound, outside lane from Ogden Road to Route 220, Franklin Road.
Add pedestrian crosswalks and signals at Ogden Road, Elm View Road and South Peak Boulevard.
Add sidewalks on the Tanglewood Mall side of the street from Ogden Road to the Route 220 underpass.
Add sidewalks on the Grand Pavilion side of the street from Ogden Road to South Peak Boulevard.
Consolidate three bus stops into one bus shelter.
Reduce pavement widths and add bicycle lanes to the outside of the travel lanes.
Application Concept Plan
Application Typical Sections
In June 2016, the Commonwealth Transportation Board approved the Fiscal Year 2017-2022 Six Year Improvement Program (SYIP). SMART SCALE, formerly known as House Bill 2, is a system for choosing and funding transportation projects in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Route 419 Widening, Safety, and Multimodal Improvements project received $1 million in Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funds and $4.8 million in HB2/Smart Scale funds. The Commonwealth Transportation Board added additional HSIP funds to the project in June 2019.