Adaptive Traffic Signal Control
The Adaptive Traffic Signal Control project upgrades traffic signal technology to optimize signal operation and traffic flow to enable more efficient signal operations and allow real-time adjustments to signals along major traffic corridors.
To enhance mobility options and transportation management, the City will further improve the viability of using a bicycle through the provision of bicycle parking facilities at transit stops, locations with demand proximate to transit and public facilities.
Broadband Link-Eisenhower Ave Project
Design and construction of the Smart Mobility fiber optic communications (broadband) network expansion onto Eisenhower Avenue, between Van Dorn Street and Clermont Avenue.
Duke Street and West Taylor Run Project
The Duke and West Taylor Run Parkway intersection has been identified as a high crash location through the City's Vision Zero Program.
Duke Street in Motion
The City is excited to kick off Duke Street In Motion, a project focused on ensuring that transit improvements in the Duke Street corridor from the Landmark Mall area to the King Street Metro Station provide efficient transportation options that align with all users’ needs, wants, and expectations.
Eisenhower Ave. Metrorail Station Accessibility Improvements Project
The City will be making improvements to the Eisenhower Avenue Metrorail Station Plaza in collaboration with WMATA to improve the overall experience of Metrorail users by enhancing available open space and making it more accessible while connecting it to the Eisenhower Metrorail.
Eisenhower Avenue Widening Project
The City of Alexandria is making improvements to portions of the roadway and sidewalks along East Eisenhower Avenue between Mill Road and Holland Lane.
Four Mile Run Trail Bridge Project
In Summer 2021, it was observed during a field inspection that a hole had formed in the Four Mile Run Park Trail bridge deck. After a follow-up structural inspection, it was determined that the condition of the bridge was not suitable for use by people driving, biking, or walking.
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Integration
These updates will allow the City to better manage and respond to delays and incidents, plan for special events, share critical alerts and data to better inform the public and support new mobility technologies as they come online.
King Street-Old Town Metro Access Improvement Project
The King Street-Old Town Metro Access Improvements project will make the area immediately surrounding the Metrorail station safer and more aesthetically pleasing for station users, while also maintaining efficient levels of service for buses and other transit vehicles accessing the site.
King-Callahan-Russell Intersection Improvement Project
The City of Alexandria is working through procurement and pre construction activities to build the pedestrian safety and access improvements as well as traffic congestion improvements to the intersection of King Street, Callahan Drive, and Russell Road.
Mount Vernon Avenue North Complete Streets
Some short-term improvements have been made to increase safety, including upgraded crosswalks, signs, and signal timing changes. This project will expand on those efforts by providing more robust safety improvements throughout the corridor.
North Beauregard Street and Seminary Road Intersection Improvement Study
Due to the reduced expectancy in development and updated travel behaviors, the Department of Transportation and Environmental Services (T&ES) looks to reevaluate the intersection design and explore other alternatives to address existing and projected traffic conditions within the study area.
Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Project
The new station is needed to address existing and future travel demand in the area resulting from the City of Alexandria’s planned development of Potomac Yard.