Route 28 Corridor Improvements

Loudoun and Fairfax Counties, Virginia
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Route 28 Corridor Improvements
Project description
The project included the conversion of 10 signalized intersections to high-capacity interchanges, the widening of Route 28 from six to eight lanes, along with secondary road improvements.
Developed under Virginia’s Public-Private Transportation Act, Edgemoor served as the turnkey developer after coming up with a creative financing where future tax district revenues were monetized and allocated to pay back the loan, allowing improvements to be complete a decade sooner than originally planned. The development of the Route 28 corridor into a limited access roadway served to address the growing importance of Route 28 as a critical transportation link and economic engine in the Northern Virginia region. The highway connects I-66 with the Dulles Toll Road/Greenway and Route 7 and serves numerous major businesses, a Smithsonian museum, and Dulles International Airport.
Project Type
Public Private Partnerships
Infrastructure
Project Details
Cost: $480 Million
Size: 10 interchanges and widening Route 28
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Route 28 Lifecycle

We understand that every client is different and that each project will contain some, if not all, of the Project Lifecycle elements. The Route 28 Corridor Improvements, structured as a Design-Build-Finance (DBF) project, included the following lifecycle elements:

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