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Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Draft Plan - Fauquier County

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((REPLACE THIS GRAPHIC TO DELETE THE BUCKMINSTER CONNECTION)) Vint Hill Public Street Network The future of Vint Hill in attracting new business development is highly dependent on the construction of a public street network within the property. Current efforts are underway to design and build this network using VDOT Revenue Share funds, matched (50/50) by the Vint Hill Economic Development Authority. This street network includes: Phase 1: The design has been completed and construction is expected to commence in the late spring of 2014: Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 74

Kennedy Road – Finch Lane to Rt. 602 (includes a multi-purpose trail and parallel parking adjacent to the County park). This project design is from the end of state maintenance on Rt. 652 to Rt. 602; Vint Hill Parkway Extension (2 lanes, curb and gutter section with sidewalk and roundabout at the Watson Road intersection) to the Kennedy Road/Brookside Parkway intersection; Watson Road extension to the Vint Hill Parkway (curb and gutter section, including sidewalks); Bludau Drive from Aiken Drive to Vint Hill Parkway (curb and gutter section, including sidewalks and on-street parking). Phase 2: The following streets will be designed during 2013. Due to Phase 1 road construction and utility relocation costs, Bludau Drive construction could be delayed to Phase 2. Assuming the grant funding is adequate, the following are expected to be constructed during 2015. Aiken Drive from Kennedy Road to Watson Road (curb and gutter section, including sidewalks and on-street parking); and Two small connecting roads between Aiken Drive and Vint Hill Parkway. Future Phase: 4-lane Vint Hill and Brookside Parkways when traffic conditions warrant. Additional Consideration In addition to these priorities, the New Baltimore Service District Plan supports the Warrenton Service District Plan in the design and funding improvements identified to upgrade Frytown Road and the extend Atlee Road to Academy Hill Road. These improvements assist in providing options for local New Baltimore Service District traffic to access Warrenton from alternative routes other than U.S. 15/29. Otherwise another corridor might be needed in the future to interconnect both Service Districts. FUNDING SOURCES Possible funding sources for the improvements noted herein include VDOT Secondary Road funds, VDOT Revenue Share Grants, Vint Hill Economic Development Authority, the New Baltimore Transportation Trust Fund and proffered contributions from rezoning applications. The County may want to consider the use of transportation impact fees in the future. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009, Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 75 Formatted: Normal