Davis Drive (Route 868) Safety Study Public Information Meeting
Davis Drive (Route 868) Vehicular and Pedestrian Safety Study Public Information Meeting was held on February 23, 2021, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
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The purpose of this project is to conduct a vehicular and pedestrian safety study of Davis Drive (Route 868) from West Church Road (Route 625) to South Sterling Boulevard (Route 846), the intersection of Belfort Park Drive (Route 891) and Glenn Drive (864), and the missing sidewalk segment along Lindsay Cars Court (Route 775). The study will identify safety and traffic operational issues and present recommended solutions for consideration by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
- Throughout the study the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) input was received and incorporated into the study and recommendations.
- The roadway is a major collector parallel to Route 28 which carries local and regional traffic north and south. This stretch of roadway includes a multitude of land uses including residential on the northern segment of the corridor and retail and commercial uses spread along the southern portion.
- County staff collected public input and comments on the report and recommendations related to the Davis Drive (Route 868) Vehicular and Pedestrian Safety Study during the public meeting and comment period.
The following items were referenced during the public information meeting:
If you need an accommodation, please contact Shawn Zelman with the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure by email or call 703-737-8624. At least three business days of advance notice is requested; some accommodations require more time to arrange.
Notice of Electronic Meeting: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, this public meeting will be conducted as an electronic meeting under the Continuity Ordinance readopted by the Board of Supervisors on October 14, 2020.