Loudoun County Government: Final Paving On Riverside Parkway Scheduled To Begin Week Of June 14
Press release from the Loudoun County Government: June 2, 2021 Loudoun County is scheduled to begin the pavement milling, final paving and pavement marking operations on the new segment of Riverside Parkway during the week of June 14, 2021. The work is expected to continue for approximately two weeks, through early July 2021, weather permitting. The roadwork, which will impact the entire length and intersections of the new Riverside Parkway project, will begin at the intersection of Loudoun County Parkway and George Washington Boulevard from the east and continue to Riverside Commons Plaza and the existing Riverside Parkway to the west. The work will be performed in the evening and early morning hours from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. and will include temporary and short-term traffic stoppages, lane closures and flagging operations. Motorists should expect minor delays at all intersections, including George Washington Boulevard, Smith Circle (east and west), Silvery Blue Terrace and Pearl Crescent Square. Once completed, the existing traffic pattern will remain in place until the traffic signals and pavement markings at the intersection of Loudoun County Parkway and George Washington Boulevard are placed in the final road configuration. The opening of the roadway to through traffic is expected later this year and will be announced once a date has been confirmed. Electronic message boards alerting the public to the work will be posted prior to and during the construction. Drivers should plan ahead and use extra caution when traveling through the area and follow all directions from the posted signs, road crews and the Loudoun County Sherriff's Office. More information about the project, including a link to sign up for updates, is online at loudoun.gov/riversideparkway. # # # Stay Informed! Sign up to receive news and updates. Media Contacts View Archive of County News Releases This press release was produced by the Loudoun County Government. The views expressed here are the author's own.