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Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Broad Run Church Road

Broad Run Church Road (Route 600) This roadway has a 30-foot prescriptive right-of-way and needs long-term improvement since it supports traffic from U.S. 15/29, local neighborhoods and C. Hunter Ritchie Elementary school. As the Triangle area to the north develops, Broad Run Church Road will serve this area as well. With the narrow prescriptive right-of-way, it is envisioned that the right-of-way will shift to the north on the commercial property as those properties develop. Cross Creek Boulevard will provide a direct connection between Route 15/29 and Broad Run Church Road. The proposed cross-section for the development of the east end of this roadway between Routes 15/29 and 793 (Shepherdstown Road), as well as the desired setback for buildings fronting the street, is shown on page 50. The following elements are recommended for this roadway: Implement consistent, posted speed limits from its intersections with U.S.15/29, Riley Road and Rt. 215 (e.g., 25 or 30 miles per hour, with special attention around the area of C. Hunter Ritchie Elementary School). Parking is proposed along the north side of the roadway adjacent to commercial development. It is expected that this parking will occur in smaller sections, depending on the development proposed, and not be a continuous lane of parking the entire length. New developments with road frontage are expected to meet the cross-section design reflected in the Plan for the construction of their half section and provide for dedication of the right-of-way. It is envisioned that the center-line of the road will be shifted to the north as new commercial development takes place to better accommodate the provision of pockets of parking along the frontage of the commercial use. Design and install two roundabouts, one at the new intersection of Route 600 and Cross Creek Boulevard and the second at the intersection of Routes 600 and 676. These improvements need to be timed with developments located to the north of these intersections. In the area west of the Route 600/793 intersection, the character of the roadway is recommended to be retained, with improvements made to increase safety. Such improvements need to: Be context sensitive to the Buckland Races Battlefield; Retain the traffic calming effect of the existing curves; Address line of sight issues faced by property owners; Consider pavement width and shoulder enhancements; and Provide signed area where speeding has additional fines assessed. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 72

Route 676 from its intersection with the Route 600 Roundabout to Brookside Parkway In conjunction with Riley Road/Lake Drive turn lane improvements, study, and, if warranted, implement a 4-way stop in this location; and Enhance signage on Brookside Parkway to clearly direct turns to Riley Road. Riley Road will remain as a T-intersection with Allison Marshall Drive, which then connects to Brookside Parkway, complete with a stop for all traffic movements. Shepherdstown Road (Route 793) Design and construct improvements to the Rt. 600/Rt. 793 intersection to include increased line of sight and turn lanes; and Design multi-purpose trail connection along Shepherdstown Road, connecting Lake Brittle, Vint Hill and Brookside to any planned Rt. 600 trail and C. Hunter Ritchie Elementary School. New Road Linkage between the Route 600/676 intersection and Shepherdstown Road Kennedy Road and/or Vint Hill Parkway within Vint Hill The following graphically illustrates a recommended local road linkage between the Route 600/676 intersection and Shepherdstown Road Kennedy Road. With the limited amount of connecting local roads in the service district as a whole, increasing pressure is placed on those few connecting roads. Review of the service district development pattern presents very limited future opportunities. This road linkage is recommended as an additional connection to supplement Shepherdstown Road and should reduce the traffic volume at the Route 600/Shepherdstown Road intersection. The alignment is proposed to generally follow property boundaries on the west side of Shepherdstown Road. and aligns with the existing Buckminster Lane (a private street) on the east side of Shepherdstown Road, and then involves undeveloped RA land in order to connect to Kennedy Road. Detailed evaluation is needed within the RA land to determine the most desirable approach to crossing South Run, just west of Kennedy Road. Continuation from Kennedy Road to Vint Hill Parkway should be explored with the development within Vint Hill. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 73

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