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Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Major Avenue Broad Run

Major Avenue Broad Run Church Road (Rt. 600) is the only Major Avenue within New Baltimore. It acts a key transitional space that separates the mixed-use and commercial area of the Triangle and the residential areas to its south. The Major Avenue also provides a key linkage between Route 15/29 and the streets that lead into the residential sections of New Baltimore. The Major Avenue is to serve as both a local transit route and primary pedestrian and bicycle route. It is designed to be a low-to-medium speed (25 to 35 mph) road that is walkable. Goods movement is typically limited to local routes and deliveries. Existing Major Avenues: Broad Run Church Road (Rt. 600) Future Major Avenues: None VDOT Functional Classification: Urban Collector, Rural Major Collector Design Characteristics: Number of Through Lanes: 2 Desired Operating Speed: 25 – 30 Median: 16’ Lane Width 11-12’ On-Street Parking: 7’ On-street/parallel (commercial side) 13 Bicycle / Pedestrian Facilities: 10’ Multiuse Path (residential side) and 6’ Sidewalk on (commercial side) Setbacks: Commercial: 0’ – 20’ Residential: 20’ – 40’ All buildings should front the street. Major Avenue Cross Section: 13 Parking is not expected to be continuous along the commercial frontage, but located in scattered parking bays in appropriate locations to serve commercial uses. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 50

Minor Avenue In New Baltimore, the Minor Avenues provide key linkages for the residents to be able to travel to the Parkway, Boulevards and Through Streets at the northern and southern edges of the service district. Minor Avenues are to serve as local transit routes and primary pedestrian and bicycle routes, with their primary function being access to land. They are designed to be a low-to-medium speed (25 to 35 mph) road that is walkable. Goods movement is typically limited to local routes and deliveries. Minor Avenues are two lanes, and may or may not include a median. Existing Minor Avenues: Auburn Mill Road / Kelly Rd. (Rt. 675), Grays Mill Road (Rt. 674), Shepherdstown Road, Edington Drive/Pebble Run Road, and Kennedy Road Future Minor Avenues: See Triangle VDOT Functional Classification: Local Design Characteristics: Number of Through Lanes: 2 Desired Operating Speed: 25 – 30 Median: Optional Lane Width 11-12’ On-Street Parking: Commercial: 8’ On-street/parallel Residential: Optional Bicycle / Pedestrian Facilities: Commercial: Sidewalk both sides, 8’ minimum Residential: 10’ Multiuse Path on one side Setbacks: Commercial: 0’ – 20’ Residential: 20’ – 40’ Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 51