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Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Rural Parkway Lee

Rural Parkway Lee Highway (U.S. 15/29) is the only Parkway within New Baltimore; its primary purpose is to provide the high volumes of growing regional traffic efficient access through the County. It is designed to be a multi-lane facility with high-to-medium-speed (45 mph +), and have limited-access with at-grade intersections. Landscaping is generally located on each side and in the median. Existing Rural Parkways: Lee Highway (U.S. 15/29) Future Rural Parkways: None VDOT Functional Classification: Principal Arterial Design Characteristics: Number of Through Lanes: 4 Desired Operating Speed: 45, reduce to 35 within the Commercial Node Median: Required with enhanced landscaping Lane Width 12’ On-Street Parking: None Bicycle/Pedestrian Facilities: Optional separated pathway Rural Parkway Cross Section: Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 46

Through Street Through Streets are designed both to carry traffic, to provide access to abutting property in rural areas and provide circulation around the edges and developed areas of New Baltimore. They are generally designed to operate at medium speeds (35-45 mph +). The through streets are the primary streets used for movement of goods and emergency response routes. They also have regional significance, as they provide connections and alternative routes for people commuting to the employment areas in Prince William County and further east. Existing Through Streets: Dumfries Road (Rt. 605), Rogues Road (Rt. 602), Riley Road (Rt. 676) 12 , and Vint Hill Road (Rt. 215) Future Through Streets: Route 606 connection north of Route 15/29 VDOT Functional Classification: Urban Collector and Rural Major Collector Design Characteristics: Number of Through Lanes: 2 Desired Operating Speed: 35 – 45 Median: None Lane Width 12’ On-Street Parking: None Bicycle / Pedestrian Facilities: 10’ Multiuse Path on one side Through Street Cross Section: 12 It is uncertain at this time if the Bishop’s Run project on Riley Road, north of Broad Run Church Road, will be constructed or whether the land will be placed in a conservation easement. This section assumes it will not be constructed. Should Bishop’s Run be constructed, the road cross-section should be modified to reflect that approved with the construction plan, including on-street parking. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 47

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