The Loudoun County government is gathering input on possible congestion solutions for Rt. 15 north of Leesburg.
The online survey, which mirrors the surveys conducted in public meetings, gauges preferences and priorities for the road, which is accident-prone and faces intense congestion during rush hours. The online survey is open until Monday, July 24.
County consultants have proposed a variety of possible solutions for Route 15, focusing on widening the road and improving the intersections with King Street and Whites Ferry Road. Those range from stoplights to roundabouts.
The county has also extended that consultant study further north to the Maryland line at Point of Rocks, and is convening a stakeholder committee on the Rt. 15 corridor.
More information, including consultant reports, is available at loudoun.gov/Route15.