Loudoun County will host a June 23 online meeting to gain input from the public on a Comprehensive Plan amendment for changes to Rt. 15 between Montresor Road and the Maryland state line.
County supervisors and transportation planners are examining ways to improve traffic flow in the corridor, including widening the road to four lanes in sections. The amendment would revise the planned ultimate condition of this corridor and potentially policy statements in the 2019 Comprehensive Plan.
Login information and meeting materials are available at loudoun.gov/route15CPAM and loudoun.gov/remoteparticipation. Members of the public must sign up in advance by noon Tuesday, June 22 to ask questions during the event. Online participants may also send questions to the project team as chat messages, depending on time.
Parts of the road south of Montresor Road have already been through a similar process. On March 6, 2018, a plan amendment was approved to revise the planned ultimate condition of the segment of Rt. 15 between North King Street and Montresor Road from a two-lane, local access, undivided rural arterial roadway to a four-lane median-divided road.
For more information about active Comprehensive Plan amendments, visitloudoun.gov/cpams.