Fredericksburg Extension

Project overview

The Fredericksburg Extension project will extend the existing reversible 95 Express Lanes south by 16km (10 miles) along the I-95 median. The project includes new access points to the existing I-95 Express Lanes, construction of new ramps for access to Quantico and Old Courthouse Road (VDOT Park & Ride), with the addition of seven new bridges.

Benefits

Extending the Express Lanes south will provide much needed relief from the existing bottlenecks along the I-95 corridor, improving reliability for commuters and freight, enhancing road safety, and setting up the regional economy for future growth.

The project will deliver:

  • 66% increase in capacity on I-95 during peak periods
  • New access points providing faster and easier access to Quantico, supporting 28,000 workers
  • Additional 10 miles of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes and transit options, improving travel times
  • Improvements and time savings to regular I-95 lanes
  • US$1.1 billion in economic activity during construction.

Timing & cost

The design-build procurement process launched in January 2018 with construction expected to begin in early 2019 and service commencement on the new facility scheduled for late 2022.

Financial close on the US$565 million project is scheduled for the first half of 2019.

For more information visit the Express Lanes Fredericksburg Extension page.