Another Roadblock Removed: Mooreview Missing Link Open

Construction of the missing link of Mooreview Parkway in eastern Loudoun County is complete and the new segment is open to traffic.

The new road segment, between Croson Lane and Old Ryan Road, has a shared use path on one side of the road and a sidewalk on the other. It provides access to Moorefield Station Elementary School as well as to the future Moorefield Community Park and the under-construction Ashburn Silver Line Metrorail Station.

It is 3,200 feet of four-lane, median-divided roadway, and serves as an extension of Ashburn Village Boulevard on the south side of the Dulles Greenway. It allows drivers to travel through the heart of Ashburn from Loudoun County Parkway to Ashburn Village Boulevard.

Construction of $9.7 million project began in the spring of 2017, included funding from local taxes, the gas tax, and the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.

Under an agreement with the developers of Moorefield Station, the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation will repay the county for its cost to construct the extension.

Next Up: Mooreview Parkway’s Missing Link

One thought on “Another Roadblock Removed: Mooreview Missing Link Open

  • 2018-07-06 at 7:16 pm

    I don’t know this road in particular but I’d like to say that these small road improvements that are being made in Loudoun are making a big difference in congestion relief. For years it felt as if nothing was getting done and now we can drive Route 7 with only 1 stoplight, links are being made, turn lanes installed, etc.. Stuff is finally getting done.

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