Route 690 Corridor Study
- Loudoun County is conducting a study to proactively examine travel conditions and analyze current and future traffic volumes along Hillsboro Road (Route 690). The study will evaluate the potential increase in traffic along the corridor with the opening of the Route 690 and Route 7 interchange. Construction of the interchange is estimated to be completed by 2027.
- There are multiple planned roadway network improvements in northwest Loudoun County west of Leesburg that will impact north-south traffic patterns along Hillsboro Road (Route 690) between Charles Town Pike (Route 9) and Route 7.
- The study will also evaluate recent crash history and field observations of driver behavior and roadway conditions.
- The study’s recommendations will identify any operational or safety improvements that would be needed to accommodate the changes in future travel patterns on Route 690.
Current Status: Complete
- On June 21, 2022, the Board voted to endorse all of the recommended Route 690 short-term improvements. The Board also approved funding to design and install the recommended short term improvements. Copy teste can be found here and the Board item can be found here.
- Loudoun County hosted a public comment period on the Route 690 Traffic and Safety Improvement Study from March 9 - 23, 2022. View the meeting materials below under Related Documents.
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- Route 690 Traffic and Safety Improvement Study Public Comment Period Presentation (PowerPoint Show)
- Route 690 Traffic and Safety Improvement Study Summary of Crash Data and Operations Findings (PDF)
- Route 690 Traffic and Safety Improvement Study Public Comments and Q&A (PDF)
- Search Board of Supervisors documents for information related to this project.
If you have questions about this project, email county staff or call 703-737-8624.
Email Glen Barbour, Public Information Officer or call 703-771-5086.