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Project Pipeline is a performance-based planning program to identify cost-effective solutions to multimodal transportation needs in Virginia. Through this planning process, projects and solutions may be considered for funding through programs, including SMART SCALE, revenue sharing, interstate funding and others.

Study Partners

  • Arlington County


The focus of this study is to improve the grade-separated interchange at US Route 50/Arlington Boulevard and VA Route 27/Washington Boulevard in Arlington County. Virginia's Transportation Plan, VTrans, has identified needs, including safety, pedestrian and bicycle access, and congestion, in the study area.

This survey is intended to obtain public input on the alternatives under consideration to address the identified needs and issues that were identified by the study team and through the previous Phase 1 survey that was conducted in August 2023.

This interchange has experienced a high number of rear-end crashes at ramp entrances and exits. Capacity preservation has been identified as important for the interchange; therefore, the proposed safety improvements are focused on ways to mitigate negative impacts on traffic flow and other operational characteristics throughout the corridor.

Study Location

Study area map for Project Pipeline Study NV-23-06 depicting US Route 50/Arlington Boulevard between Fillmore Street and N. Pershing Drive and VA Route 27/Washington Boulevard between Columbia Pike and N. Pershing Drive in Arlington County