Middle Ground Boulevard Extension from Jefferson Avenue to Warwick Boulevard
Middle Ground Boulevard Extension from Jefferson Avenue to Warwick Boulevard, #U000-121-112, PE101, RW201, C501, B601, UPC 11816
Project # U000-121-112, PE101, RW201, C501, B601
In the mid 1980's the City developed a Strategic Transportation Plan and as a key element of that plan, the City identified the need for additional east/west connectors throughout the City. Middle Ground Boulevard was one of those connector so City Council requested a project by the Virginia Department of Transportation to build a new four lane divided roadway between Warwick Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue. This project includes a bike path for the length of the project, a bridge over the CSX railroad and will include landscaping. A sound wall is proposed to protect the residential homes from the CSX railroad to Nettles Drive. Two median breaks are proposed on the Jefferson Avenue side of the project and on the Warwick Boulevard side of the project. Three new traffic signals will be installed. The project will connect up the residential area west of Warwick Boulevard at the intersection of Warwick Boulevard and Maxwell Lane and Oyster Point Business Park at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Middle Ground Boulevard.
To Map PDF (380 KB).
VDOT conducted a Public Hearing on March 17, 2010. The Commonwealth Transportation Board awarded the Design-Build contract to American Infrastructure-VA, INC of Glen Allen, VA on May 18, 2011. Notice to proceed was issued June 1, 2011. All project plans are complete except landscaping, utility coordination/construction is underway, right-of-way acquisition is completion, and construction is underway. As of November 27, 2013, the project work was 58% complete based on expenditures and 71% complete based on time.
||VDOT Contact:||American Infrastructure|
|Department of Engineering||Virginia Department of Transportation||Design-Builder|
|2400 Washington Avenue||4451 Ironbound Road|
|Newport News, VA 23607||Williamsburg, VA 23188||Public Information|
|(757) 926-3665||(757) 253-5367||(757) 207-0510|
|VDOT Project Web Site with map|